Travel & Culture

Artsy Tour In Europe

Ireland, Amsterdam, Spain. Those are three of the countries I would like to visit one day and in this lifetime. I hope. Ancient architecture, cultural heritage, arts and museums are among the common reasons why I would like to visit these places. I am such an admirer of lovely structures and they are abundant in these places.

In Ireland particularly in its largest city, Dublin, I would like to see the picturesque houses that many travelers flock because of their famous doors. The doors that are now renowned through postcards and other images. I wonder if Hotel Dublin got one of those doors, that would be great.

I’ll visit the Rullan clan in Spain and will ask them to take me to one of the UNESCO WOrld Heritage Sites in Barcelona. Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domènech i Montaner architectural works are said to be found in there. the renowned architectural works of Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domènech i Montaner. Oh how I would love to take their photos and if I’ll be lucky Hotel Barcelona is one of their renowned masterpiece. But I don’t think my relatives would let me stay in a hotel when I’m there.

For the fun adventurer in me I would love to see Amsterdam and visit those wonderful museums and architectural structures they have. But of course I would take a peak at the famous Red Light District, just to see how different it is here in Manila. I heard Hotel Amsterdam is located in the towns center which great not because its close to the RDL but because it has a great view of this unique canal city, with its flower lined bridges and quaint cafes. I heard they are a bike riding community so it means less pollution.

Oh, I can dream, and dream some more. Wish upon a star. Or place my bet in one of Manny Pacquiao’s fight so I can finance this awesome trip. Sigh. Good thing there is internet I can travel online!

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