Columbia Center in Seattle: Best View of the City

  By Alex  The most iconic image of Seattle is the Space Needle, the tower built for the 1962 World’s Fair. Standing at 605 feet tall and being one of the first structures in the world with a revolving dining room, it’s such a popular attraction that you should be prepared to wait at least…

Berlin’s Topography of Terror: A History Lesson in Atrocity

  On a recent trip to Berlin I visited the new Topography of Terror Museum, along with My Destination Berlin, who filmed the experience alongside me. Berlin’s Topography of Terror offers wonderful historical insight into the horror of human cruelty. The new documentation and exhibition center opened in 2010 on top of the former Gestapo and…

7 Reasons Athens Might Still be Europe’s Greatest City

  Athens is the oldest city in Europe. With a history spanning over 2,500 years, it’s the birthplace of democracy, history, theatre and many aspects of science. The modern version has a population of 4.5 million people and while falling on tough economic times, that hasn’t changed the fact that Athens might still be Europe’s…

How to Experience Bellagio, Italy Cheaper

  Have you stayed or visited the famously posh Bellagio hotel in Vegas? When we were younger we previously walked through the Bellagio hotel while we were staying in a cheaper hotel on Las Vegas Boulevard. While the Bellagio is Italian themed, we didn’t pay attention to where Bellagio actually was in Italy. Particularly in…