Yesterday’s Highlight: Jorge Jiménez Deredia. Probably one of the greatest person to listen to because of wisdom on life, spirituality, architecture and history. He’s been working on marble sculptures that represent our transmutation from phisical to spiritual beings, and centering his studies on the Costarrican indian spheres to try and get our history back. ListeningContinue reading “Jiménez Deredia, Sienna, and San Gimignano”
From Venice to Florence Yes. The heat. The heat. Wow, you have no idea about the heat. (Probably you do, i don’t know, but i didn’t). Florence is about history, and about most of the known names you’ve heard about, like the Medici, or you’ve studied about the Renascence and all of their artists. ThisContinue reading “Florece and the Sun”
Woke up to an wonderful sun coming up the buildings of Venice. This is the city I was waiting to visit since the start of this journey. The inconvenient we were to experience was the Sun that shown above.
Good luck in Il’Duomo. Woke up in Lugano, a beautiful city with one of the most amazing landscapes i’ve ever seen.
I probably won’t write much in this post because my day was composed of long hours in bus.
Vézelay Cathedral Finally! Good food! Probably the thing i’ve been disappointed is the lack of good food in Paris. I mean, probably on a good budget, time, and luck, you might get to eat really good, but on my luck, my time and budget, i didn’t have that nice of an opportunity. Probably the firstContinue reading “Vezelay, Ronchamp, Belfort and good food.”
Campos Elisios before the Louvre. Compared to the other French days, we had a cold day. And soon as we walked out of the hotel, it started raining. Obviously, because in my country the forecast is always wrong, i didn’t take a jacket with me, therefore i got wet and had to relay on aContinue reading “The last of Paris!”
Why? Well, France is amazing. Like every other European country is amazing; it’s architecture, the streets, the feeling of the Haussman language. There is something out here that bonds people in their context and you feel part of a whole. The worst thing about being here is the amount of tourism and people is exhausting.Continue reading “Paris and People; amazing yet complicated”
This is Paris! la Deffence Another day, another country. This running thing has made our day really moved and our feet have got their share of kilometers.
We spent long hours in bus, yesterday, and they were exhausting.