For years, I had heard mixed reviews about Glasgow – and was expecting a version of Gotham City. Nothing could be further from the truth – what awaited was a cheerful landscape accentuated by pink[Read More…]
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The EU Travel Challenge – Part 10: Public Transport in Amsterdam in Netherlands – Something you want to explore too
By Harshvardhan Perhaps the best part about Amsterdam is how well connected the city is. For one, there are no language barriers. Everybody speaks English, ﬂawlessly so.
The EU Travel Challenge – Part 9: Landing in Amsterdam in Netherlands – A city to delight photographers
By Harshvardhan Leaving Poland behind wasn’t as easy I thought it would be; before I left India, my itinerary was clear in my mind – two days each in Lithuania and Poland, two-and-a-half in Amsterdam. Clear-cut, set,[Read More…]
The EU Travel Challenge – Part 7: The Old Town in Krakow in Poland – Personifying the Idea of Fun and Relaxation
By Harshvardhan Is it possible to be objective about the definition of fun? Before I visited Poland, I might have argued against the motion, because what might be fun to me, might be disastrously boring to you.
The EU Travel Challenge – Part 6: Visiting Auschwitz in Krakow in Poland – Not for the faint-hearted
By Harshvardhan A visit to the site of the infamous Auschwitz is not for the faint-hearted. And yet it is a place everyone needs to visit lest we forget history and its lessons. Located about 60[Read More…]
The EU Travel Challenge – Part 5: Reaching Krakow in Poland – One of the best cities to visit in Europe
By Harshvardhan In Krakow, Poland, I stared Death in the eye and He smiled. Then he asked me to take a photo.
By Harshvardhan The ﬁrst time I heard of Trakai Castle, I was a little skeptical about what I could do there. I mean, if you’ve seen one castle you’ve seen them all, right?
By Harshvardhan I had the pleasure of visiting the Old Town District of Vilnius on a Friday. Thrilled, I dived into the crowd and blended in as gracefully as I could.
By Harshvardhan When I ﬁrst announced my trip to Lithuania, most people scratched their heads and asked ‘where?’ And when I mentioned Vilnius, the capital of the country, it drew even bigger blanks.