explore: Badenixe, Hamburg, Germany

I am a fan of architecture and structures that interact with their environment. Some of the most celebrated building designs fulfill this criteria from the Sydney Opera House to Fallingwater. The Badenixe is another structure that fits perfectly with its location. Found in Hamburg, Germany, the Badenixe, or “the bathing beauty” relaxes in the Alster Lake as if she … Continue reading

explore: Waitomo Glowworm Cave, New Zealand

Let’s be honest: New Zealand is to Australia what New Jersey is to New York. Yet, if everyone knew about a certain hidden gem, people might think differently. Located in Waitomo, once you enter the Waitomo Glowworm cave, you are gradually greeted to the radiant glow of thousands of glowworms that illuminate the waterway during the … Continue reading

explore: Dragon Bridge, Vietnam

From a distance, the Dragon Bridge, located in Da Nung, Vietnam, looks like an amusement park ride, but it is actually scaly arcs of dragon’s body is actually integrated into the 2,185 foot bridge. Built to celebrate the anniversary of Da Nung City’s liberation from , the Dragon Bridge is composed of steel and 15,000 LED … Continue reading

explore: Multnomah Falls, Oregon

There are very few places, even in nature, that look as beautiful as Multnomah Falls looks all year round. Located half an hour outside of Portland, Oregon, this 600 foot tall waterfall is the 2nd tallest waterfall in the country that is split into two different levels. As you can imagine, during the fall, the … Continue reading

explore: Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao

It’s very rare that a museum’s architecture gets as much attention as the art it holds, but when you recruit famed architect Frank Gehry, it’s bound to happen. Located in Bilbao, Spain, this important piece of architecture is home to some of the art world’s most influential pieces such as Mark Rothko, Willem de Kooning, … Continue reading

explore: Yellowstone Caldera

The best place to catch up on gossip, news, and conspiracy is at your local nail salon. While getting a 2nd coat done, I overheard a story about the super volcano located at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming that could erupt without warning and wipe out all of civilization as we know it. Hearing that … Continue reading

Celebrate: I am Now on Twitter!

Follow me now on @ThoughtSuggest on Twitter! I would love to support and follow my fellow bloggers back! Happy New Year! Photo Credit: Twitter.com  

A Year in Review – Travel

The travel section is probably one of my favorite things to write about on this site. It’s the easiest, quickest, and cheapest way for me to escape the mundane nine to five that is my life. This year, I have featured travel posts from almost every continent in the world with the exception of Antarctica. … Continue reading

explore: Longwood Gardens

We are currently in the home stretch of the holiday season. Christmas is exactly a week away, and while holiday shopping and Christmas movie marathons are far from over, the competition of light displays has already been decided. Regardless if you feel like you have the best light display in the neighborhood, your store bought … Continue reading

explore: Swarovski Crystal Worlds

I did not know until recently that the Swarovski crystal company’s headquarters doubled as a museum and after seeing pictures of the interior, it is everything I would imagine it to be and more. Located in Wattens, Austria, the museum has 14 underground “chambers of wonder” that feature the aesthetic of different artists and designers … Continue reading

explore: Boone Hall Plantation

Without burning any bridges, I have to admit that I am not a fan of southern politics, but man, is it a gorgeous part of America. One place that has a tragic past that has been turned into a romanticized area in pop culture as of late is Boone Hall Plantation in Mount Pleasant, South … Continue reading

explore: Napa Valley

When you see pictures of California’s infamous Napa Valley, you often see rows and rows of greenery growing luscious grapes that will soon be turned into bottles of Zinfandel and Chardonnay. But, honestly, Napa Valley looks just as gorgeous in the fall as it does during the spring and summer time. I’m not sure how … Continue reading

explore: The Door to Hell

I don’t spend much time picturing what the entrance of hell looks like, but I imagine that the Door to Hell comes pretty close. Located at a natural gas field in Derweze, Turkmenistan, the Door to Hell gets its name from the natural gas fire that has been burning since it was lit in  1971 … Continue reading

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