In March I spontaneously went to Florida to warm myself up in 86°F after that Northern coldness of 30°F. I started early in the morning and arrived in Orlando at noon. Let me repeat this: I love Orlando! And the area around! It’s all so green, there’re so many lakes, all so wide open. Fantastic! But this time – after having wished to do so for so long I finally watched the Cirque de Soleil Show “La Nouba” in downtown Disney. It’s certainly not comparable to the great Las Vegas productions like Ká or O, but altogether pretty nice. The second day I spent at the beach and this beach had a cool surprise for me – more details about that later.
Short Trip to Florida
Picture of the Week: Helsinki, Finland
The Picture of the Week is this time from Helsinki, Finland.
The Queen’s Royal Garden Party 2015 in Edinburgh
When the Queen had been staying in Germany I wasn’t there. But no, incidentally I was in Edinburgh when her annual Royal Garden Party was going on. After I had been wondering about all those nifty people in the city and mostly in the area around Holyroodhouse two nice ladies told me the Queen is in town – together with 8,000 invited guests who all made me feel like being at the horse run in the movie “My fair Lady”…
Picture of the Week: Walt Disney World, Florida
This week the Picture of the Week is from the Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida in the USA.
Insider Tips – Do They Even Exist?
I’ve been thinking about insider tips these days. What is it that makes an insider out of an average tip? Often they occur by the mistake of somebody else. An example would be an unguarded hole in the fence of a fun fair. Whoever knows about that tip will ask himself what consequences the spreading of that tip would have. Let’s say that person would use the hole himself to get free access to the fun fair, then why would he share this valuable information, and especially not with the public. Why not? Easy: Because if he did, then chances are the manager of the park will hear that over too and of course will get the broken fence fixed in no time. So this person would lose his or her free access to the park for ever. As long as we’re supposing people always like to increase their advantage, it’s pretty much clear that spreading insider information makes no sense at all. So how can you possibly receive true insiders?
Tested for you: Barcelona Free Walking Tour
In Barcelona, like in many other cities, there are plenty of free walking tour guides. Free? Yes! These guided tours last for usually two or three hours and they’re absolutely free! Seriously? Yes! So, what’s the catch?
Picture of the Week: New South Wales, Australia
This weeks picture of the week is from New South Wales, Australia.