Travel · United States

The Revs Institute, Naples: a must visit for automobile aficionados

While Ferrari is synonymous with race cars, did you know that the Tipo 166 was the first Ferrari to win a major car race? Imagine standing next to the Mercedes 1923 Targa Florio, a unique masterpiece and one of only three that exist in the world today.  View the world’s most famous sports racing OSCA (Officine… Continue reading The Revs Institute, Naples: a must visit for automobile aficionados

Travel · United States

Hershey’s Chocolate World: a day of fun and “sweet” happiness

“More than any other food, chocolate delights and enchants… chocolate tantalizes and it comforts. Chocolate has soothed fretful children and welcomed tired travelers; mountain climbers have saved their last piece of chocolate to celebrate reaching new heights; suitors have given chocolate to show the depth of their devotion. Chocolate has been used as a stimulant, an… Continue reading Hershey’s Chocolate World: a day of fun and “sweet” happiness

Travel · United States

Niagara Falls: mist, magic and magnificence personified

Derived from the Native American word that means “split in the flat land”, Niagara falls are arguably one of the most beautiful and popular water falls in the world.  Stunningly beautiful and breathtaking, no words can actually do justice to the magnificence of this natural wonder. Located at the international border between Canada and the… Continue reading Niagara Falls: mist, magic and magnificence personified

Travel · United States

Corning museum of glass: a display of sheer excellence, beauty and grace

While glass is an essential commodity that we use almost daily in our lives, it is something we take for granted and not much importance is attributed to the material though its utility is so high.  So, when you hear about a museum that is dedicated completely to the history, science and art of this… Continue reading Corning museum of glass: a display of sheer excellence, beauty and grace

Travel · United States

Solvang: a slice of Denmark in California

Danish windmills, statues of Hans Christian Andersen, Danish bakeries, wooden storks and elf houses atop Danish style buildings.  For a moment, you could think this is straight out of a quaint town in Denmark, but this is Solvang in California for you! History Translating into “sunny field” in Danish, Solvang was founded by three Danish… Continue reading Solvang: a slice of Denmark in California

Travel · United States

Alcatraz, San Francisco: an enigmatic trip down history

  One of the most popular attractions in fog city aka ‘San Francisco” is the Alcatraz island.  Located just under two kilometres from Fisherman’s wharf, the island is also called the “rock” owing to the fact that it was a barren, irregular mass of land jutting out of the bay.  Covering an area of about… Continue reading Alcatraz, San Francisco: an enigmatic trip down history

Travel · United States

Five ways to enjoy the Grand Canyon to the fullest

For some, the majesty of the Grand Canyon can be a bit overwhelming for the first-time visitor. Nothing can really prepare you for this fascinating 277-mile long and 18-mile wide natural wonder where the passage of time is not measured in years but centuries. One of the seven natural wonders of the world, the entire area… Continue reading Five ways to enjoy the Grand Canyon to the fullest