If you want a holiday with a difference, do check out the tours on Tenerife, for you might find something a little more unusual to your tastes. Don’t always feel pressed to go with the mainstream tours – for there is a saying, that the road less trodden is worth more. Reach out, branch out, and do your research. You might find that Tenerife has a whole lot more to offer than you first thought.
Hunt the Blessings of the Almighty in Notre Dame Basilica
At the sake of sounding cheesy, I think every person I’ve encountered while traveling has influenced me. Anyone with a story to tell – I’m all ears.
My Road Trip Route
Here, people can view a significant selection of relics in the Silla Kingdom era including Silla crowns, jewelry, pottery, figurines, decorations, petroglyphs, and the Bell of King Seongdeok. A few of the things on display were retrieved from the local Wolji Pond Anapji Pond. As is the standard in South Korea, many of the exhibits of the museum are situated outdoors.
History of St. Peter’s Basilica
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Although Paros has its own regular summer guest list of A-list celebrities like Tom Hanks (who owns a Parian villa), Paros keeps to its own authentic vibe.
See the Frescos of the Church of St. Sophia (Sveti Sofia)
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Take a Carriage Ride
Among the very road foods you’ll discover in Kuromon Ichiba Market is tako tamago, which is a grilled octopus that’s stuffed with a quail egg. Do not let its look turn off you; it’s a genius blend of textures and tastes and incredibly tasty. Give it a chance!
Have Breakfast in a Market
Today, you can admire the 14th century walls, wonderfully preserved and still functional. There are some places where the city walls reach the height of 25 meters, so you can only imagine the spectacular views that will unfold in front of your eyes. You can access the walls by the Pile Gate, St. John Fortress or Customs Gate. St. John Fortress houses the Aquarium and Maritime Museum.
Beso Restaurant, Sofia
Today you can see the ruins of Via Flaminia, the main street of the town, which is a collection of footpaths and gutters, thermal baths, two twin temples, the forum, the remains of some public buildings, the basilica (the public meeting hall for the citizens of Carsulae), the amphitheater, which was probably built during the Flavian dynasty, and a theater built during the ruling of Augustus, so before the amphitheater.
Your recent Facebook campaign video about traveling the world went viral. How do you manage to sustain a life of travel?
For Laurence it’s Antarctica (heading there in 2021), for Jess it’d probably be back to Tanzania in Africa.