In any kind of travel, may it be for leisure, business, or work, hotels are a major consideration. They play a big role when you travel in that hotels somewhat become your second home while being away from your own home.
And being in a hotel, you look for certain qualities and standards. Qualities and standards that will make your stay worthwhile; that will make you feel and have the familiar comforts of home; and that will make every penny you have spent worth it. Read more
When you say “hotel” you immediately think of relaxation, traveling and beautiful moments. Ever since the biblical times the idea of offering hospitality to people who come into one’s house has been elevated to the degree of duty. From the idea of thermal baths to mansions, people have always had in mind the idea of hosting others and offering them a nice place to spend the night while traveling.
And while most people try to book hotels closer to the city center or in the middle of the roaring atmosphere, there are some who choose to go to isolated hotels and enjoy sheer tranquility. These are the perfect places to recharge your batteries, far away from everything that disturbs you from your goal: complete relaxation.
I’ve been thinking: what’s the use of having your youth and optimism if you don’t use them to travel? Traveling is a wonderful gift that has become much more accessible recently. A trip to Peru is no longer a dream but a possibility. I see lots of young people who’ve started traveling early and now they can be proud of a non-formal education that was taught to them through practice.
A destination that is not only breathtaking but also unbelievably inspiring is the Blue Lagoon in Iceland. This is an oasis of relaxation where you can find geothermal waters and one fascinating view for the human eye. The turquoise splash of water is integrated perfectly into the black, muddy piece of earth, giving its guests a sensation of total relaxation.
“Never go on trips with anyone you do not love.” -Ernest Hemingway
There is a reason why some people become artists and remain in our collective memories. Hemingway had a point when saying that when you travel you must do it with persons dear to your heart. But what happens when your dear ones cannot travel with you and you have to do it alone?
Don’t despair! Just because you are traveling alone it doesn’t mean that you cannot make friends down the way. It might sound strange but it is not as hard as you might think. Check out the following tips on how to make friends while on the road.