⭐️ STARBUCKS RESERVE ⭐️ Seattle WA. Definitely one to remember. This building was one of the most beautiful works of art! Their drinks were amazing and they had a BREAD WALL?! 🥖 Can we get one of these in Nashville?? ✨ I’ll be writing about this day soon! Link in bio for past posts 🖤 @starbucks@starbucksreserve
On a hot summer day, it's time to take a dip in the #sea and cool off! Don't forget the sunscreen ⛱
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This is my second time I visited Florence. The fun thing about visiting a city for a second time is that you see new things. 🤩
This photo was made at the ‘Ponte Vecchio’. A medieval stone closed-spandrel segmental arch bridge over the Arno River.
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Just 4 months to end up this year.
2019 was a year to learn about myself, to hold me tight and of course, I had a beautiful moments too, I started to experience things that I have never thought I will experience it, I enjoyed with friends traveling and the best is yet to come.
The worst night can give you, with time, the better moments in life, be patient, beautiful moments will comes to you and everything bad will leave. Takes time and effort.
Don't let anyone to push yourself down. Everyone deserve better, even them.
My current travel diary will begin with our arrival in St. Petersburg. On July 31 and August 1, we reached Peter via Tver. We passed 2 famous rivers of Russia - Volga and Volkhov. Our way lay through the Bryanskaya, Kaluga, Smolensk, Tverskoy, Novgorod and Leningrad regions.
And finally, we arrived in one of the most beloved cities.
Today, August 2, we have planned a couple of places to visit and from the very morning we started our journey.
The first object of our attention was the Peter and Paul Fortress, which was to open not in the usual time - at 9:30, but at 10:00. At the same time all museums inside the fortress were opened.
We painted the wait for the opening with a walk along the bank of the Neva River, where the ships, boats and boats sailed continuously. The sun began to warm with its rays and warm our hearts, which were in anticipation of the pleasant atmosphere of our trip through the Peter and Paul Fortress.
Here came the very moment when on the clock the arrows showed exactly 10:00, and we went to the inside of the fortress.
Most of the visitors were delegations from Asian countries. It is pleasant to realize that foreign citizens are interested in the beauty of our northern capital. Having passed between them, we went to Petropavlovsky Cathedral.
I think what’s scary about Chernobyl is the fact that everything looks extremely “normal”, a bit too normal for a place where the worst radiation disaster in modern days hit. 47,000 inhabitants, evacuating the richest city in the Soviet Union overnight - leaving just nature, rubble and an invisible killer. It’s quite chilling, if you think about it... 🇺🇦 . #chernobyl#kyiv#ukraine#weekend#lifewelltravelled#travelinsta#travelgram#instatravel
Yesterday I asked a stranger to take a picture of me at the blue lagoon (see last insta for reference)... well she said yes & then proceeded to invite me along for a 30 hour road trip through the southern coast of Iceland. And who am I to say no??? ———— As it turns out, it was the best decision I’ve made traveling so far. We saw a plethora of waterfalls, hot springs, mountains, and geysers. We also celebrated her birthday, sang an ungodly amount of Shawn Mendes via Icelandic radio, saw puffer penguins and at least a million horses, took in some hitchhikers, camped in the car, got pooped on by seagulls, skipped rocks, and ate brownies on the black stone beach. Thanks for being the best human tripod ever @itsthesocks12 I miss you so much & I’m SO ready to plan our Canada/Alaska trip 😭😭 ———— If you’re interested in reading more about my travels I’ll be posting diary blurbs along with photos and stories every so often on my blog :)
Meet the ROYAL FLYCATCHER! 🐦 Make sure you already follow @nature
Royal Flycatcher Facts: Sadly, these beautiful and majestic birds are classified as ‘Vulnerable’ on the IUCN Red List. The male is recognizable through its red crest (Shown in this video), while the female dons a yellow crest. Truly beautiful birds! Video by @stefanoianirophotography (The following bird was banded and handled by professional biologists, ornithologists, and bird banders. Do no attempt!)
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