Monthly Archives: June 2018
One of the most visited and famous nature reserves in America is the Grand Canyon national Park. The giant chasm, which stretches on the Colorado plateau, covers an area of almost 5 thousand square meters. Today, its images can be seen everywhere: advertising, postcards, various videos and movies. The reserve is popular not only among tourists,but also residents of the United States.
The Colorado river flows along the bottom of the Grand Canyon, which caused its occurrence 5-6 million years ago.
Grand Canyon national Park and the Colorado river Continue reading
I also visited the Tulip fields today. I went without preparation. I decided that I would take a course for Hillegom, but I would sort it out on the spot. I arrived by bus, walked for almost an hour, and around the trouble-trouble, distress: either the fields have faded, or the tulips are cut, or around the field there is a huge moat with water. As a result, I was ready to admit defeat and headed for the Hillegom railway station. And then…
…I was rewarded for all my suffering today 🙂
Here you can buy a one-day tour to Keukenhof + flower fields, which includes train travel from Amsterdam to Hillegom station and back, bike rental for the day, and entrance to Keukenhof Park. Continue reading
Marble caves in Chile: a place created by the invisible “breath” of nature
One of the most beautiful places on our vast planet is located on the border of Chile and Argentina in the Patagonian Andes. A fabulous creation created by nature itself, located in South America in one of the deepest lakes in the world – Buenos Aires.
Locals call it majestically the Marble Cathedral, but many tourist avenues refer to it as Las Cavernas de Marmol or the Marble caves of Chile. This is the most striking and memorable attraction in Patagonia, which is visited annually by tens of thousands of tourists from all over the world. Continue reading