What a beautiful summer day in Mississauga today. There is just enough breeze to complement it.
I have been to Frankfurt several times, but only at the airport. So I decided one day to spend a few more hours just walking around the downtown core…and there I was, hoping that on my next visit it will be longer.
Sydney skyscraper enveloped by the glow of the early morning sun.
Salvador de Bahia is one of the oldest colonial cities in South America founded by the Portuguese in 1549. In all my travels to Latin America: Salvador, Quito, and Cartagena are the most beautiful colonial cities I have seen so far.
Uruguay is the second-smallest nation in South America. Montevideo is the capital. It has more or less 3.5 Million people.
Guarding the square in Bratislava before the tourists arrive…
I visited New York City the first time in 1991. New York City has always been described as the Big Apple. Coming from a country that had to import apples, apples were those big, red, sweet-smelling ones, and expensive. One just wants to look at it and smell it. So, when they say New York City was the Big Apple, it conjured in me this image of a city that must be so beautiful and desirable. When I got there, the Big Apple was a rotting apple. It was dirty, full of graffiti, and lunatics everywhere. I vowed never to return… In 2014 I decided to give it another look… the city is still crazy, but good crazy.