Archive for July, 2015

Travel Guide to Dublin

Additionally to the previous post I’d like to add the video Travel Guide to Dublin, Ireland. Probably it can help to travelers who are going to visit this wonderful city as well.

Dublin in August

My friend is going to be in Dublin with a small company for a short time (several days) in August. She asks me what to do and where they may go in Dublin. Definitely visiting Dublin in summer is great idea for many reasons. Sure if you are tired of everyday fuss and routine you should get a breaking away from this state for a while though. Second, Ireland is one of the best idea to change the summer’s heat for more delicate whether. +15 degres (59F) and 23 rainfall days in august in Dublin what might be better to get some cool and pleasure with. For me that’s wonderful! And finally, Dublin is James Joyce’s city! Once the famous writer declared that if Dublin “one day suddenly disappeared from the Earth it could be reconstructed out of my book Ulysses”.

What to do and where to go.
National Museum of Ireland. The Museum is located on Kildare Street in Dublin, first opened its doors in 1890 since offered to see prehistoric Ireland and experience life as well as the Vikings in Viking Age Ireland and different medieval Ireland 1150-1550, documents life in Ireland in the age of cathedrals, monasteries and castles.

Farmleigh House is situated in the north-west corner of the Phoenix Park and is adjacent to the Chapelizod and Castleknock areas of Dublin and has an area of 79 acres and contains many beautiful features, including the main house, which is a fine example of Georgian – Victorian architecture, the sunken garden, the walled garden, the famous clock tower and the lake.

Also it’s worth to visit in Dublin Number Twenty-Nine – Georgian House Museum, Kilmainham Gaol, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Chester Beatty Library, National Museum of Ireland – Natural History, The National Library of Ireland, Old Jameson Distillery, National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts & History, Dublin Castle, Christ Church Cathedral and many other famous places you would love.

The years have made me bitter, the gargle dims me brain
‘Cause Dublin keeps on changing & nothing seems the same
The Pillar & the Met have gone, the Royal long since pulled down
As the great unyielding concrete makes a city of my town

Travel Games

Are you preparing for a trip? That’s great. We do live in a wonderful world which is full of beauty, charm and adventure and we like to know things. To my mind, the greatest reward of any travel is to be able to get any travel experience as a chance to learn this beautiful world better.

Well, travelling abroad is very exciting idea, but there are so many things you have to do before you go. You know, you should care about flight tickets, hotel accommodations, rental cars, order other regularly occurring deliveries and services.

Besides that there are another important thing you have to arrange to make your trip truly successful. Your pre-travel checklist wouldn’t be complete if you didn’t consider what you will do while you are travelling for long ours. I mean having fun on the trip is very important part of your travel.

Now you have to be about travel apps, games and podcasts for your smartphone, iPhone and iPad, to check out the latest gaming news and developments to pick up the ones you love and you need the most then download them to your device.

No doubt mobile games will keep you occupied while you are travelling for long ours. Games don’t let you to be bored to death as a passenger bringing an entertainment in situation when you are waiting for dallied flight in airport, during a long time plane, train or car ride, or in time when you want just to relax in your hotel bed.

Actually there are many games to play which can help you to pass the time while you are traveling. You can taste Cut The Rope Check or Zen Bound 2 to solve a succession of one-screen puzzles and feel clever; match the colored gems with Greedy Bankers watch them grow, then cash them in; Super Stickman Golf is amazingly and be sure you’ll be at it for ages; Alto’s Adventure (iOS), strategic FTL or 80 Days are also good choice.

Move, catch the winds in your sails, explore, dream, discover and have a fun!

Best time Peru travel

The best time to visit Peru is the Peruvian winter that lasts from May to September. This is perfect season for travel to this travel to Peru to see Cusco area and trek the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu which is also known as Camino Inca or Camino Inka, Puno and Titicaca, the White city Arequipa, Nazca desert, Iquitos, Amazonia and other unforgettable places. Sure you don’t miss the capital of Peru Lima to visit Sacsayhuaman, Catedral del Cuzco o Catedral Basilica de la Virgen de la Asuncion – the beautiful church. If you like the architecture and history of churches then it’s a must see.

Peru is one of the most miraculous places in the world which has a deep history and rich cultural traditions. Peru is best known as the heart of the Inca empire, also it was a home to many others indigenous cultures which were long before the Incas arrived. Although there is evidence of human habitation in Peru as long ago as the eighth millennium BC , there is little evidence of organized village life until about 2500 BC. It was at about this time that climatic changes in the coastal regions prompted Peru’s early inhabitants to move toward the more fertile interior river valleys.

For the next 1500 years, Peruvian civilization developed into a number of organized cultures, including the Chavìn and the Sechìn. The Chavìn are best known for their stylized religious iconography, which included striking figurative depictions of various animals (the jaguar in particular) and which exercised considerable influence over the entire coastal region.

Peru’s population is about 30.4 million, is multiethnic, including Amerindians, Europeans, Africans and Asians. The main spoken language is Spanish, although a significant number of Peruvians speak Quechua or other native languages. This mixture of cultural traditions has resulted in a wide diversity of expressions in fields such as art, cuisine, literature, and music.