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The Secret Wall at The Great WallBeijing ,China
   
   
     
     
 
The Great Wall has been for many years one of the seven constructed wonders in the World. Product of a Chinese military strategy, the wall was built to prevent nomad invasions and its construction started in the 7th century B.C. It took several dynasties over the centuries to complete what we see today, an incredible wall with a total length of over 7350 kilometers. One of the amazing things about the wall is that it was built mostly on the ridges of mountains and for this reason had to keep changing heights and widths all the time, which makes it more magnificent and attractive, and admirable from an engineering perspective too. The well preserved sections of the wall in Beijing are mainly remains of the Ming Dynasty, with over 600 kilometers and with numerous watchtowers that are also architecturally beautiful and part of the iconic imagery of the wall. The reason to have more watchtowers along this section was its proximity to the capital, Beijing. You always hear that you have to go to see the Great Wall. Truth is, you have to, if you get a chance. Here, at a spot called The Secret Wall, a non-turistic (or less so) area where you can see the original condition of the wall and at times witness pieces of rock crumble and fall as you walk, you will climb up to one of the towers and feel like you own the world, or feel completely insignificant, as the wall can seem small in the middle of these vast geography. One of the guys traveling with us, stuck an old flag in the corner of the tower, we kept silent and enjoyed its dance with the wind. "The Secret Wall" is one of the many sites you can visit along The Great Wall. No tourists, no crowds and no stores around makes it one of the most beautiful and powerful places to go. I will definitely remember it as one of the highlights in my trip to China.
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The Great Wall has been for many years one of the seven constructed wonders in the World. Product of a Chinese military strategy, the wall was built to prevent nomad invasions and its construction started in the 7th century B.C. It took several dynasties over the centuries to complete what we see today, an incredible wall with a total length of over 7350 kilometers. One of the amazing things about the wall is that it was built mostly on the ridges of mountains and for this reason had to keep changing heights and widths all the time, which makes it more magnificent and attractive, and admirable from an engineering perspective too. The well preserved sections of the wall in Beijing are mainly remains of the Ming Dynasty, with over 600 kilometers and with numerous watchtowers that are also architecturally beautiful and part of the iconic imagery of the wall. The reason to have more watchtowers along this section was its proximity to the capital, Beijing. You always hear that you have to go to see the Great Wall. Truth is, you have to, if you get a chance. Here, at a spot called The Secret Wall, a non-turistic (or less so) area where you can see the original condition of the wall and at times witness pieces of rock crumble and fall as you walk, you will climb up to one of the towers and feel like you own the world, or feel completely insignificant, as the wall can seem small in the middle of these vast geography. One of the guys traveling with us, stuck an old flag in the corner of the tower, we kept silent and enjoyed its dance with the wind. "The Secret Wall" is one of the many sites you can visit along The Great Wall. No tourists, no crowds and no stores around makes it one of the most beautiful and powerful places to go. I will definitely remember it as one of the highlights in my trip to China.
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Coachella Music and Arts FestivalIndio ,United States
   
   
     
     
 
Coachella is hard to describe. One of those things you have to see by yourself, a unique experience. And I think this is true for all music festivals around the World, they are all unique and they are all different. And that's why people will go to Coachella year after year when thousands of people get together for a weekend of live concerts, parties and art in the city of Indio, California. Young and old coming from different places of the World meander from stage to stage, lay down on the grass, drink, eat, scream, smoke, sing and dance together in a peaceful yet full on energy, extraordinary venue. Artists like You can come for the day or spend the weekend close to venue in Palm Springs or you can also camp or just sleep in your car if necessary. SOme other people make their own festival renting a house nearby and coming in and out the concerts and back to the house (and the pool) throughout the weekend. In our case, we decided to go "for the day" get the tickets on ticket master and drive at 8am from LA to Indio approximately for 2.5 hours with no traffic. Park in the free parking lots and get in. You can bring your camera and a bag, but no drinks are allowed at the entrance. Doors open at 11am, and then is when you here the first collective scream... people are ready to party, and party hard. Coachella is a must see music festival if you live or happen to be in California in April and highly recommended no matter where you live. Be ready for hot weather and lots of fun, and don't forget to checkout the lineup of course, and pick the day when more of your favorite bands will play. New bands from all around the world and big names like Paul McCartney, The Chemical Brothers, Beck, The Cure, MGMT and many others have played at the festival. "In 2011, Coachella is partnering with The Creators Project to radically reinvent the music festival into a next-generation experience for music fans. The Creators Project will be the creative partner for the festival by collaborating with select headlining acts and curating a series of major art installations on the grounds. Through integrating state-of-the-art technology and visual art into Coachella, the partnership will add yet another layer of creative expression to the world's premier music event."
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Coachella is hard to describe. One of those things you have to see by yourself, a unique experience. And I think this is true for all music festivals around the World, they are all unique and they are all different. And that's why people will go to Coachella year after year when thousands of people get together for a weekend of live concerts, parties and art in the city of Indio, California. Young and old coming from different places of the World meander from stage to stage, lay down on the grass, drink, eat, scream, smoke, sing and dance together in a peaceful yet full on energy, extraordinary venue. Artists like You can come for the day or spend the weekend close to venue in Palm Springs or you can also camp or just sleep in your car if necessary. SOme other people make their own festival renting a house nearby and coming in and out the concerts and back to the house (and the pool) throughout the weekend. In our case, we decided to go "for the day" get the tickets on ticket master and drive at 8am from LA to Indio approximately for 2.5 hours with no traffic. Park in the free parking lots and get in. You can bring your camera and a bag, but no drinks are allowed at the entrance. Doors open at 11am, and then is when you here the first collective scream... people are ready to party, and party hard. Coachella is a must see music festival if you live or happen to be in California in April and highly recommended no matter where you live. Be ready for hot weather and lots of fun, and don't forget to checkout the lineup of course, and pick the day when more of your favorite bands will play. New bands from all around the world and big names like Paul McCartney, The Chemical Brothers, Beck, The Cure, MGMT and many others have played at the festival. "In 2011, Coachella is partnering with The Creators Project to radically reinvent the music festival into a next-generation experience for music fans. The Creators Project will be the creative partner for the festival by collaborating with select headlining acts and curating a series of major art installations on the grounds. Through integrating state-of-the-art technology and visual art into Coachella, the partnership will add yet another layer of creative expression to the world's premier music event."
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Coachella is hard to describe. One of those things you have to see by yourself, a unique experience. And I think this is true for all music festivals around the World, they are all unique and they are all different. And that's why people will go to Coachella year after year when thousands of people get together for a weekend of live concerts, parties and art in the city of Indio, California. Young and old coming from different places of the World meander from stage to stage, lay down on the grass, drink, eat, scream, smoke, sing and dance together in a peaceful yet full on energy, extraordinary venue. Artists like You can come for the day or spend the weekend close to venue in Palm Springs or you can also camp or just sleep in your car if necessary. SOme other people make their own festival renting a house nearby and coming in and out the concerts and back to the house (and the pool) throughout the weekend. In our case, we decided to go "for the day" get the tickets on ticket master and drive at 8am from LA to Indio approximately for 2.5 hours with no traffic. Park in the free parking lots and get in. You can bring your camera and a bag, but no drinks are allowed at the entrance. Doors open at 11am, and then is when you here the first collective scream... people are ready to party, and party hard. Coachella is a must see music festival if you live or happen to be in California in April and highly recommended no matter where you live. Be ready for hot weather and lots of fun, and don't forget to checkout the lineup of course, and pick the day when more of your favorite bands will play. New bands from all around the world and big names like Paul McCartney, The Chemical Brothers, Beck, The Cure, MGMT and many others have played at the festival. "In 2011, Coachella is partnering with The Creators Project to radically reinvent the music festival into a next-generation experience for music fans. The Creators Project will be the creative partner for the festival by collaborating with select headlining acts and curating a series of major art installations on the grounds. Through integrating state-of-the-art technology and visual art into Coachella, the partnership will add yet another layer of creative expression to the world's premier music event."
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Coachella is hard to describe. One of those things you have to see by yourself, a unique experience. And I think this is true for all music festivals around the World, they are all unique and they are all different. And that's why people will go to Coachella year after year when thousands of people get together for a weekend of live concerts, parties and art in the city of Indio, California. Young and old coming from different places of the World meander from stage to stage, lay down on the grass, drink, eat, scream, smoke, sing and dance together in a peaceful yet full on energy, extraordinary venue. Artists like You can come for the day or spend the weekend close to venue in Palm Springs or you can also camp or just sleep in your car if necessary. SOme other people make their own festival renting a house nearby and coming in and out the concerts and back to the house (and the pool) throughout the weekend. In our case, we decided to go "for the day" get the tickets on ticket master and drive at 8am from LA to Indio approximately for 2.5 hours with no traffic. Park in the free parking lots and get in. You can bring your camera and a bag, but no drinks are allowed at the entrance. Doors open at 11am, and then is when you here the first collective scream... people are ready to party, and party hard. Coachella is a must see music festival if you live or happen to be in California in April and highly recommended no matter where you live. Be ready for hot weather and lots of fun, and don't forget to checkout the lineup of course, and pick the day when more of your favorite bands will play. New bands from all around the world and big names like Paul McCartney, The Chemical Brothers, Beck, The Cure, MGMT and many others have played at the festival. "In 2011, Coachella is partnering with The Creators Project to radically reinvent the music festival into a next-generation experience for music fans. The Creators Project will be the creative partner for the festival by collaborating with select headlining acts and curating a series of major art installations on the grounds. Through integrating state-of-the-art technology and visual art into Coachella, the partnership will add yet another layer of creative expression to the world's premier music event."
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Coachella is hard to describe. One of those things you have to see by yourself, a unique experience. And I think this is true for all music festivals around the World, they are all unique and they are all different. And that's why people will go to Coachella year after year when thousands of people get together for a weekend of live concerts, parties and art in the city of Indio, California. Young and old coming from different places of the World meander from stage to stage, lay down on the grass, drink, eat, scream, smoke, sing and dance together in a peaceful yet full on energy, extraordinary venue. Artists like You can come for the day or spend the weekend close to venue in Palm Springs or you can also camp or just sleep in your car if necessary. SOme other people make their own festival renting a house nearby and coming in and out the concerts and back to the house (and the pool) throughout the weekend. In our case, we decided to go "for the day" get the tickets on ticket master and drive at 8am from LA to Indio approximately for 2.5 hours with no traffic. Park in the free parking lots and get in. You can bring your camera and a bag, but no drinks are allowed at the entrance. Doors open at 11am, and then is when you here the first collective scream... people are ready to party, and party hard. Coachella is a must see music festival if you live or happen to be in California in April and highly recommended no matter where you live. Be ready for hot weather and lots of fun, and don't forget to checkout the lineup of course, and pick the day when more of your favorite bands will play. New bands from all around the world and big names like Paul McCartney, The Chemical Brothers, Beck, The Cure, MGMT and many others have played at the festival. "In 2011, Coachella is partnering with The Creators Project to radically reinvent the music festival into a next-generation experience for music fans. The Creators Project will be the creative partner for the festival by collaborating with select headlining acts and curating a series of major art installations on the grounds. Through integrating state-of-the-art technology and visual art into Coachella, the partnership will add yet another layer of creative expression to the world's premier music event."
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Giordano's Deep Dish Pizza!Chicago ,United States
   
   
     
     
 
One of the most delicious pizzas in the US. Chicago is famous for its "deep dish pizza". So I went to find out what it was about. Different people have different favorite places to get it, but I heard Giordano's was the place to go, so I went there, just off Michigan avenue, waited in line for a few minutes and tasted this amazing pizza. The smallest one is probably too much for one person, and I didn't want to eat pizza in the next few weeks. However, it was worth it!!! Giordano's pizza was amazing and Chicago will be remembered among many other good reasons, for it's yummy thick pizza! .... seriously, if you go... you gotta have it!
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The "Sky Deck!" at the top of the Willis Tower (aka Sears Tower)Chicago ,United States
   
   
     
     
 
I loved Chicago. And I'm not into all touristic attractions all the time. But as an architect, I really enjoyed going up the iconic Willis Tower (AKA Sears Tower) to check out what it's being called the "Sky Deck". A pair of cantilivered glass boxes, attached to one of the sides of the building, from where you can look straight down through glass from floor 103!! You will also get some of the most beautiful views of the city and all the famous buildings of Chicago! If you are into hearing a little bit of the history of the city and its development, the audio tour is not too bad either! Check it out!
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I loved Chicago. And I'm not into all touristic attractions all the time. But as an architect, I really enjoyed going up the iconic Willis Tower (AKA Sears Tower) to check out what it's being called the "Sky Deck". A pair of cantilivered glass boxes, attached to one of the sides of the building, from where you can look straight down through glass from floor 103!! You will also get some of the most beautiful views of the city and all the famous buildings of Chicago! If you are into hearing a little bit of the history of the city and its development, the audio tour is not too bad either! Check it out!
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I loved Chicago. And I'm not into all touristic attractions all the time. But as an architect, I really enjoyed going up the iconic Willis Tower (AKA Sears Tower) to check out what it's being called the "Sky Deck". A pair of cantilivered glass boxes, attached to one of the sides of the building, from where you can look straight down through glass from floor 103!! You will also get some of the most beautiful views of the city and all the famous buildings of Chicago! If you are into hearing a little bit of the history of the city and its development, the audio tour is not too bad either! Check it out!
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San Diego Zoo, a place to love and hate, and then love again.San Diego ,United States
   
   
     
     
 
I have an issue with going to the zoo. When I see an animal, I can't help realizing that they are out of their real place in the World. Free of cages, away from digital cameras and to be fair, also away from the good food, vaccinations and a caring staff. In any case, in my mind I find that some of them might be sad of their condition, despite all the goodies they get. But some zoos have changed, and I believe that San Diego Zoo has too, to say the least. For every species they have at the zoo, there are a number of activities inside and outside that benefit and protect animals, directly or indirectly. For instance, their Institute for Conservation Research, has a good number of ongoing programs to raise funds and connect organizations working for the conservation and improvement of habitats and/or conditions of many endangered species. So, then I don't feel that bad about visiting the Zoo. You do learn a lot of things, see many animals that would be very hard to see somewhere else and become aware of the important role and responsibility we all have to preserve nature, protect animals, and hopefully, be part of their way to survival. It's a great place to see, but you have to find the right way of looking at it. You have to go.
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I have an issue with going to the zoo. When I see an animal, I can't help realizing that they are out of their real place in the World. Free of cages, away from digital cameras and to be fair, also away from the good food, vaccinations and a caring staff. In any case, in my mind I find that some of them might be sad of their condition, despite all the goodies they get. But some zoos have changed, and I believe that San Diego Zoo has too, to say the least. For every species they have at the zoo, there are a number of activities inside and outside that benefit and protect animals, directly or indirectly. For instance, their Institute for Conservation Research, has a good number of ongoing programs to raise funds and connect organizations working for the conservation and improvement of habitats and/or conditions of many endangered species. So, then I don't feel that bad about visiting the Zoo. You do learn a lot of things, see many animals that would be very hard to see somewhere else and become aware of the important role and responsibility we all have to preserve nature, protect animals, and hopefully, be part of their way to survival. It's a great place to see, but you have to find the right way of looking at it. You have to go.
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I have an issue with going to the zoo. When I see an animal, I can't help realizing that they are out of their real place in the World. Free of cages, away from digital cameras and to be fair, also away from the good food, vaccinations and a caring staff. In any case, in my mind I find that some of them might be sad of their condition, despite all the goodies they get. But some zoos have changed, and I believe that San Diego Zoo has too, to say the least. For every species they have at the zoo, there are a number of activities inside and outside that benefit and protect animals, directly or indirectly. For instance, their Institute for Conservation Research, has a good number of ongoing programs to raise funds and connect organizations working for the conservation and improvement of habitats and/or conditions of many endangered species. So, then I don't feel that bad about visiting the Zoo. You do learn a lot of things, see many animals that would be very hard to see somewhere else and become aware of the important role and responsibility we all have to preserve nature, protect animals, and hopefully, be part of their way to survival. It's a great place to see, but you have to find the right way of looking at it. You have to go.
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I have an issue with going to the zoo. When I see an animal, I can't help realizing that they are out of their real place in the World. Free of cages, away from digital cameras and to be fair, also away from the good food, vaccinations and a caring staff. In any case, in my mind I find that some of them might be sad of their condition, despite all the goodies they get. But some zoos have changed, and I believe that San Diego Zoo has too, to say the least. For every species they have at the zoo, there are a number of activities inside and outside that benefit and protect animals, directly or indirectly. For instance, their Institute for Conservation Research, has a good number of ongoing programs to raise funds and connect organizations working for the conservation and improvement of habitats and/or conditions of many endangered species. So, then I don't feel that bad about visiting the Zoo. You do learn a lot of things, see many animals that would be very hard to see somewhere else and become aware of the important role and responsibility we all have to preserve nature, protect animals, and hopefully, be part of their way to survival. It's a great place to see, but you have to find the right way of looking at it. You have to go.
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I have an issue with going to the zoo. When I see an animal, I can't help realizing that they are out of their real place in the World. Free of cages, away from digital cameras and to be fair, also away from the good food, vaccinations and a caring staff. In any case, in my mind I find that some of them might be sad of their condition, despite all the goodies they get. But some zoos have changed, and I believe that San Diego Zoo has too, to say the least. For every species they have at the zoo, there are a number of activities inside and outside that benefit and protect animals, directly or indirectly. For instance, their Institute for Conservation Research, has a good number of ongoing programs to raise funds and connect organizations working for the conservation and improvement of habitats and/or conditions of many endangered species. So, then I don't feel that bad about visiting the Zoo. You do learn a lot of things, see many animals that would be very hard to see somewhere else and become aware of the important role and responsibility we all have to preserve nature, protect animals, and hopefully, be part of their way to survival. It's a great place to see, but you have to find the right way of looking at it. You have to go.
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I have an issue with going to the zoo. When I see an animal, I can't help realizing that they are out of their real place in the World. Free of cages, away from digital cameras and to be fair, also away from the good food, vaccinations and a caring staff. In any case, in my mind I find that some of them might be sad of their condition, despite all the goodies they get. But some zoos have changed, and I believe that San Diego Zoo has too, to say the least. For every species they have at the zoo, there are a number of activities inside and outside that benefit and protect animals, directly or indirectly. For instance, their Institute for Conservation Research, has a good number of ongoing programs to raise funds and connect organizations working for the conservation and improvement of habitats and/or conditions of many endangered species. So, then I don't feel that bad about visiting the Zoo. You do learn a lot of things, see many animals that would be very hard to see somewhere else and become aware of the important role and responsibility we all have to preserve nature, protect animals, and hopefully, be part of their way to survival. It's a great place to see, but you have to find the right way of looking at it. You have to go.
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I have an issue with going to the zoo. When I see an animal, I can't help realizing that they are out of their real place in the World. Free of cages, away from digital cameras and to be fair, also away from the good food, vaccinations and a caring staff. In any case, in my mind I find that some of them might be sad of their condition, despite all the goodies they get. But some zoos have changed, and I believe that San Diego Zoo has too, to say the least. For every species they have at the zoo, there are a number of activities inside and outside that benefit and protect animals, directly or indirectly. For instance, their Institute for Conservation Research, has a good number of ongoing programs to raise funds and connect organizations working for the conservation and improvement of habitats and/or conditions of many endangered species. So, then I don't feel that bad about visiting the Zoo. You do learn a lot of things, see many animals that would be very hard to see somewhere else and become aware of the important role and responsibility we all have to preserve nature, protect animals, and hopefully, be part of their way to survival. It's a great place to see, but you have to find the right way of looking at it. You have to go.
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I have an issue with going to the zoo. When I see an animal, I can't help realizing that they are out of their real place in the World. Free of cages, away from digital cameras and to be fair, also away from the good food, vaccinations and a caring staff. In any case, in my mind I find that some of them might be sad of their condition, despite all the goodies they get. But some zoos have changed, and I believe that San Diego Zoo has too, to say the least. For every species they have at the zoo, there are a number of activities inside and outside that benefit and protect animals, directly or indirectly. For instance, their Institute for Conservation Research, has a good number of ongoing programs to raise funds and connect organizations working for the conservation and improvement of habitats and/or conditions of many endangered species. So, then I don't feel that bad about visiting the Zoo. You do learn a lot of things, see many animals that would be very hard to see somewhere else and become aware of the important role and responsibility we all have to preserve nature, protect animals, and hopefully, be part of their way to survival. It's a great place to see, but you have to find the right way of looking at it. You have to go.
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I have an issue with going to the zoo. When I see an animal, I can't help realizing that they are out of their real place in the World. Free of cages, away from digital cameras and to be fair, also away from the good food, vaccinations and a caring staff. In any case, in my mind I find that some of them might be sad of their condition, despite all the goodies they get. But some zoos have changed, and I believe that San Diego Zoo has too, to say the least. For every species they have at the zoo, there are a number of activities inside and outside that benefit and protect animals, directly or indirectly. For instance, their Institute for Conservation Research, has a good number of ongoing programs to raise funds and connect organizations working for the conservation and improvement of habitats and/or conditions of many endangered species. So, then I don't feel that bad about visiting the Zoo. You do learn a lot of things, see many animals that would be very hard to see somewhere else and become aware of the important role and responsibility we all have to preserve nature, protect animals, and hopefully, be part of their way to survival. It's a great place to see, but you have to find the right way of looking at it. You have to go.
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