For those who regularly follow my site often comment about how they enjoy reading about my travels; you know that I'll always set time aside to provide you with a post and photos of my adventures.
My trip to Amsterdam was a fantastic experience. Originally I was unsure where I would end up going on vacation but after reading some articles and seeing a few spots on TV about tourism in Amsterdam I was hooked. To be fair I was not very familiar with what to expect from Amsterdam, often you only hear about the Red Light District but I found that was only a small fraction to what Amsterdam has to offer and in fact not even the best parts to the city.
“Hey kids! We know…Big Ben. Parliament.” I love to travel; something I hope to continue to do throughout my life time, and I can say this with 100% certainty. I’ll be going back to London (I already have a list of to do’s for the next time). It’s that much fun and there’s that much to do.
While traveling in the Castillian plain region of Spain I decided to visit the grand metropolis of Madrid and its museums. I stayed in the hotel “Lope De Vega” which is across the street from the Museo del Prado.
I took these photos while traveling in the Basilicata region of Southern Italy where I discovered the ancient city of Matera. I took these photos while traveling in the Basilicata region of Southern Italy where I discovered the ancient city of Matera.
After arriving at the hotel Pont Neuf in Paris, I headed out sketchbook in hand to start capturing everything I could. You know what? As soon as I found a quaint café I found myself not concerned with drawing everything in my sketchbook. I just wanted to not only enjoy the moment but live it to its fullest, and so the real Paris trip began.
"This was the first time during one of my personal vacations I was able to visit two cities Rome / Prague." This trip was different in a lot of ways for me; usually I come up with a handful of solid sketches I work up into paintings, then a small break then off to the next adventure to recharge my creative batteries. This trip proved to be much different, Rome provided me with a few ideas and really had me thinking, Prague allowed me to start pulling the pieces together, and that’s not where it ended. Now I am in a situation where as soon as I start creating one piece I am flooded with ideas for several more pieces, a great place to be in but difficult when you are faced with so many hours in the day to create.