Statue of Liberty
You work – there is no time to travel, you do not work – there is nothing to travel. There is a sadder option: you work, and you have no time to travel, and there’s nothing … money is barely enough for a modest life, but you really want to scratch your wombat’s belly, mark the Fjord Day with the Vikings and taste the mysterious durian.
It seems to be an enchanted circle from which there is no salvation? Not at all! To see foreign beauties it is not necessary to be the heir to the oil magnate or turn into a parasite. And it’s not necessary to be a business travel genius like Artemy Lebedev or Ilya Varlamov. There are a thousand and one examples of how people combine wanderings and earnings. You just need to change the angle a little.
I’d go to travelers – let me teach you
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Do you want to give yourself an unforgettable vacation in some distant, but delightfully beautiful country, to get acquainted with the culture, traditions and customs of other nations?
In the world there are many states in which there are many attractions – both natural and man-made, there are beaches of amazing beauty, majestic mountains and endless valleys. Ancient cities spanning thousands of years of history are adjacent to modern megalopolises erected over several decades, and a distinctive culture exists side by side with completely advanced technologies and scientific achievements. Continue reading
The “big apple,” as New York is called, impresses tourists with its dynamic pace of life. This bustling metropolis will seem familiar even if you have never been here. Indeed, in many parks and squares they shot famous Hollywood best-selling films. The city has more than a hundred recognizable sights, but what you should see in New York in the first place, we will tell further in the article.
The Statue of Liberty
“Business card” of the United States of America. The statue is often shown in the movies, and its miniature copies are sold in every gift shop. Among the architects working on the design of the monument was Gustav Eiffel himself, the creator of the famous French tower. The symbol of the United States is located on Liberty Island, near lower Manhattan. Climb to the observation deck, which leads to 354 steps. From here an amazing panorama of New York opens. Continue reading