Posts tagged ‘Milliver’s Travels’

2017, September 15

Three beautiful gardens at Hampton Court Palace

I was very lucky to have been able to travel to Kingston Upon Thames three times for work these past three years, and one of those times I was also lucky to get to walk through Hampton Court Palace’s world-famous gardens.

Head on over to Milliver’s Travels to find out from my travel article, “A Glance at Three of Hampton Court Palace’s World-Famous Gardens”, which three gardens have filled my heart with so much beauty and joy!

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2017, August 25

Time for busting myths

Back in 2016, I attended the TEDxCluj event organized at the Florin Piersic cinema in downtown Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Its theme was myth busting and there were several interesting topics to listen to.

To see the picture I took of the sign stuck on the washroom door (it’s totally worth it!), visit Milliver’s Travels and read my travel article about it, “Funky Signs: Mythbusting at TEDxCluj”.

2017, July 28

A scenic running event

I re-discovered the Romulus Vuia Etnographic Park during the Hoia Cross this year, which was the perfect reason for me to visit the outdoor museum for the first time in about twenty years!

Come on over to Milliver’s Travels and read my travel article about it, “Running through the Romulus Vuia Ethnographic Park, Cluj Napoca, Romania”.

2017, May 5

When Google Maps fails you

Today, over on Milliver’s Travels, I talk about a (now) funny story of how Google Maps failed me when asking it to navigate my boyfriend and I toward a drip stone cave we wanted to visit.

Head on over to read my story, The Looong Way to Zichy Cave, and check out the long detour, some travel bummers, what traffic looks like on village roads, and find out how the whole adventure turned into one of the most scenic routes we drove lately.

 

2017, April 10

Things to see in one day of visiting Bratislava

During our trip to Hungary last Summer, the BF and I took a one-day trip to Bratislava. We liked it so much, that I wrote a travel article about it.

Head on over to Milliver’s Travels and read “What to see on a day-trip to Bratislava”. Can you spot the flying saucer?

2017, March 13

Chopper parking only!

Last Friday, over on Milliver’s Travels, I talked about this funky sign I saw and had the good idea to photograph.

Head on over to read my story, Funky Signs: Chopper Parking Only!, and see picture proof of one of the coolest knights in existence in my hometown of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

 

2017, February 24

From ruins to beautiful, functioning museum

Remember those days when we didn’t have digital cameras? One would go visit a beautiful place, and take a mere ten or so photographs, half of which turned out blurry after developing them, and we were still content?
Well, I am infinitely happier now with my digital camera, than I was in 2005 with the old one.

Because this way, I could take those few old photographs of the Castle of Diósgyőr and compare them to the times I visited again in 2010 and 2015! The castle’s restoration during this time period makes these pictures even more precious to me.

Want to see the difference? Head on over to Milliver’s Travels, where my travel article “The Castle of Diósgyőr’s road to restoration” is ready for your viewing pleasure.

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