Bellevue Avenue is famous for its gilded mansions from the 1800s. Take a stroll with me to some of the most famous homes in the world. The Elms Mansion ($1.5 million in 1898) The Rosecliff Mansion ($2.5 million in 1902) The Vanderbilt Mansion ($7 million in 1893) Marble House ($11 million in 1888)
I’ve probably written more about Colorado than any other state I’ve been to. Being from South Africa, I love the mountains and the great outdoors. Take a peek inside some of my best posts – from the hauntings at The Stanley Hotel (location of Stephen King’s ‘The Shining’) to exploring Aspen in the Fall, to
Only a ferry ride from Washington D.C. National Harbour, this Old Town (dating back to George Washington’s day) is full of remarkable historic spots. Read more here.
Marilyn Monroe’s house tops my list of things to see in LA!
Mount Vernon in Washington is George Washington’s old home! Take a look.
The great thing about Charleston is there’s always something to do steeped in history + beauty.
Venice is probably best known for being the land of the the festive “Carnival” – with its elaborate masks, costumes, grand balls, eccentric performances + magically decorated castles! The music is at least certainly around all year on the streets. I felt the mystery of the city when I watched a glass-blowing demonstration, listened to minstrels,
Nothing can prepare you for the splendor of the Vatican City – Rome’s prized jewel. The gold + marble adorning the interior of the St. Peter’s Basilica is a magical sight. The numerous fountains, colors, smells + quirky sights on the Roman streets leads to some interesting pictures + memorable moments.
There’s a certain mood in the air standing on the old cobbled streets of Pompeii; Mount Vesuvius not too far from your vision. Exploring ancient shop fronts, brothels, bakeries + atriums is a whole-day activity. As you cast your eye over these mysterious spaces from 79 AD – including the “Villa of Mysteries” – you’re struck