Makati is certainly not the most attractive place in the country, although it may be the least unpleasant spot in Manila, and since it is very likely that at some point we will have to go through the city, we will have to do something during the hours or days we spend here. Continue reading “MAKATI: DANGERS, WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO SLEEP, EAT, PARTY AND GO SHOPPING”
- I was here: April 18, 2013.
- Number of days recommended: the only recommendable thing is to visit its neighbor Aoshima and continue.
- My score: 1/5.
As I usually clarify when I low score a city (1/5 means “I do not recommend going”), Miyazaki is not a dangerous or unpleasant city. On the contrary, Continue reading “MIYAZAKI”
We”ll keep on answering basic questions that anyone would ask about this city. New York is not only massive but also focused largely on leisure, enjoyment and Continue reading “WHERE TO EAT IN NEW YORK CITY, BEST RESTAURANTS”
I had not written about this city for a while, but since my brother and sister-in-law have decided to go as part of their honeymoon, from here I congratulate you once again by the way, at least dedicate some lines, and I have decided to take up with a topic that will be useful for them. Continue reading “BEST SHOPPING IN NEW YORK CITY”
Or the neighborhood on fashion in Europe I might add. This is Berlin’s contribution to this large family of “cool” neighborhoods that are so fashionable in the world. Continue reading “MITTE, THE RETRO, VINTAGE, ALTERNATIVE NEIGHBORHOOD ON FASHION IN BERLIN”
Ottawa is a city that wants to be nice, beautiful and funny, and in a country like Canada that means a huge range of leisure and dining, designed not actually for tourists, but for Ottawans, and ByWard Market area is its greatest exponent and candidate to the list of “cool” neighborhoods in the world. Continue reading “EAT AND SLEEP IN OTTAWA: BYWARD MARKET”
Updated on March 19, 2019
Tokyo is one of the most modern cities in the world. During the Second World War it was heavily bombed, and many of its temples were destroyed. The Senso-ji in Asakusa and the Meiji Shrine in Shibuya were so important that they were entirely rebuilt almost immediately after the war. Each one is visited by about 30 million people a year. Continue reading “SENSO-JI, THE BEST TEMPLE IN TOKYO”
Updated November 21st, 2018
One of the emerging areas in recent years. Although their best known attraction is the relatively new High Line, there are many other points of interest that make them worthwhile to spend half a day. Continue reading “CHELSEA AND MEATPACKING DISTRICT”