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Brick by Brick: The Lego Americana Roadshow

Okay, just a disclaimer, today’s post is NOT about fashion. It’s about Legos and history and the U.S.A. and a stroll down memory lane. If none of that sounds interesting, I suppose you could skip this post…but I’d love for you to read it, and you might find it interesting. 440 more words

Architecture

The Tower of London

So I spent an amazing day here a couple of months ago! It really was great. There's so much to do in this one place! Like we didn't expect it to be so big and full of stuff! 68 more words

Photography

#TravellingTuesday

Spain, Europe.

I’ve visited Spain twice both as a child to the South of Spain, Costa Del Sol.

I don’t really remember much from the visits as I was around nine/ten when I undertook them, maybe a little bit younger. 72 more words

Positivity

Downtown St. Louis

Downtown St. Louis in the heart of the Midwest. Here you see our Arch, Busch Stadium (home of the St. Louis Cardinals), the Mississippi River, Eads Bridge and more. 65 more words

Landmarks

Why tourism is killing Barcelona

In a perfect world, tourism causes local businesses to thrive and prompts the local government to improve infrastructure, leading to an overall improvement in the quality of lives of the residents of a city. 554 more words

Current Affairs

12 Hours in Paris

When you think of the places you can travel to by train within 2 hours, the options don’t seem all that interesting. One destination however definitely stands out from the rest and that is Paris, “La Ville Lumière”. 837 more words