When thinking of things to do in Kauai, visiting a Hindu monastery is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. Many visitors to Kauai don’t even know the monastery exists. I think the unusualness is what appealed to me when I first learned about the monastery. We visited nine years ago on the recommendation of a friend and found it fascinating.
5 Reasons Why You Should Visit RoskildeAbsalon's Arch of Roskilde Cathedral. When people talk about traveling to Denmark, they usually mean Copenhagen. Don’t get me wrong, Copenhagen is an awesome city and I loved every minute there. But when I was researching our trip to Denmark, I read about Roskilde, and I felt kind of sorry for Roskilde. Why would somebody stay in Roskilde when Copenhagen is so close by?
Lucerne is a town straight out of a fairy tale. If we hadn’t known better, we could have believed we were in Fantasy Land at Disneyland rather than in Switzerland. There are crooked wooden bridges with centuries old paintings crossing a river dotted with white swans. A church with a white-faced clock and gold hands reminded us of It’s a Small World. An old apothecary shop which surely had eye of newt and toe of frog, along with its bay window turret could have been Snow White’s Castle.
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