Monday, 14 November 2011
Sunday, 13 November 2011
5:26 pm Marjolyn L. (Marj) : www.frenchieparis.com | www.marjtravelexperiences.com 6 comments
I stumbled upon the Pantheon in Rome located at the Piazza della Rotonda whilst sightseeing along the Trevi Fountain. The Pantheon was erected as a Roman temple and soon after it was sanctified as a catholic church. This is a free entry admission with opening hours between 8:30 am to 7:30 pm, Monday to Saturday. Don’t miss out!!
Tuesday, 8 November 2011
12:47 am Marjolyn L. (Marj) : www.frenchieparis.com | www.marjtravelexperiences.com 4 comments
I arrived at the London Eye after walking through Queens Walk of Southbank, London. It’s true what they say about this being the tallest ferries wheel, which offers fascinating views over the whole of London. The wheel is situated by the western section of Jubilee Gardens along the Southbank River Thames. It is between the Westminster Bridge and the Hungerford Bridge, so you surely cannot miss it.
Monday, 7 November 2011
10:53 pm Marjolyn L. (Marj) : www.frenchieparis.com | www.marjtravelexperiences.com No comments
While touring around Gracia in Barcelona, I found some reasonable priced cafes to relax and have some coffees during day time (or drink some wine or beer at night time).
Cafe del Teatre
This cafe is located in the intersection of Carrer de la Perla and Carrer de Torrijos. Majority of customers in this cafe are the friendly young crowd. This would be a good place to lounge prior to going out with friends. It is cozy and it definitely has soothing music to go with it in the background while you enjoy your drinks. It’s simple and an affordable cafe.
Cafe del Sol
This cafe is located at the bohemian Placa del Sol. It is a lively cafe crowded with young locals, expats and tourists and flourished so well in the attractive Gracia neighborhood. Occasionally it has a DJ playing soothing tracks. Drinks and tapas are quite affordable which naturally goes well with the beautiful Spanish atmosphere.
Wednesday, 2 November 2011
11:41 pm Marjolyn L. (Marj) : www.frenchieparis.com | www.marjtravelexperiences.com 3 comments
Ah...Venice, known as very romantic and an ideal destination for lovers. I definitely think that it comes second after Paris being the most romantic city you will ever visit:) There seems to be an everlasting amount of streets considering that vehicles or bicycles are not permitted on most of the streets and bridges in Venice. In the old days Venice was known as the city of lovers and assassins. It seems like the streets and alleyways were deliberately