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Rotterdam in a Day (part 2) – Windmills – Jo’s Monday Walk

Our day in Rotterdam began with a typically European picturesque Saturday market surrounded by mind-twisting architecture. After lunch we rented beautiful most comfortable cruisers at StayOkay hostel located in the Cube Houses and went to explore the city. The weather gave us its best gift - perfect warm golden autumn day! The whole point of… Continue reading Rotterdam in a Day (part 2) – Windmills – Jo’s Monday Walk

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Rotterdam in a Day (part 1) – Jo’s Monday Walk

If you have only one day to spend in Rotterdam, let it be a Saturday. Because Saturday is market day. The central square is transformed into a wonderfully atmospheric old-fashioned market, with its friendly buzz, a melting pot of colors, smells and tastes, a treasure hunt and a sociologist's dream. Such markets are found only in… Continue reading Rotterdam in a Day (part 1) – Jo’s Monday Walk

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Renaissance Fair in Las Vegas – Jo’s Monday Walk

Perhaps, Las Vegas is the most unlikely place for a Renaissance Fair. But guess what? Age of Chivalry (http://www.lvrenfair.com) is a tremendously popular event!  It's an open-air festival, held annually in the beginning of October. The location could not be better - a huge park with shady trees, green grass and a lake turns into a… Continue reading Renaissance Fair in Las Vegas – Jo’s Monday Walk

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Jo’s Monday Walk: Hundertwasser House in Vienna

    Today I'm taking you to Vienna, to visit a village within a city. The village so perfectly unfit to the general perception of the city of Vienna, that its existence is all the more remarkable.  Hundertwasser Village is a dwelling block, with an apartment building and a a shopping/dining place separated by a court… Continue reading Jo’s Monday Walk: Hundertwasser House in Vienna