I can confirm that photos of the Grand Canyon don’t do it justice, if only because they haven’t yet invented a camera that can fit the whole thing in. There’s no words to describe the feeling of awe you get when you first step up to the rim and see the massiveness of the chasm spread out in front of you. The colours, the size, the natural beauty… the whole thing doesn’t even look real. I guarantee it will leave you speechless. 😶 if you can save couple $ take an awe-inspiring Grand Canyon helicopter 🚁 tour one of the mazing experiences I had in life .
The Grand Canyon is a steep-sided canyon carved by the Colorado River in Arizona, United States. The Grand Canyon is 277 miles long, up to 18 miles wide and attains a depth of over a mile. For thousands of years, the area has been continuously inhabited by Native Americans, who built settlements within the canyon and its many caves.
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One hour SE of Fresno in the rugged foothills of the Sierra Nevada. High mountains provide an exciting background for fishing and boating at this popular park, located on the main southern route into Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Park. From Visalia, 20 mi E on CA 198.
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Nothing says "fall in the USA" 🍂 more than a road trip 🚘. So our recent trip to Sequoia National Park was a great excuse to explore the beauty of Southern California.🌉 However, being the compulsive traveler that I am I couldn’t resist taking a road trip to Sequoia National Park. Sequoia Park has caves, waterfalls, forests 🌳 and lakes, 🏞 and is home to Bears 🐻 , mountain lions 🦁 , rattlesnakes 🐍 and deer 🦌 . It is easy to see why it attracts over a million visitors each year. There are a number of specific attractions within the park, however much of its magic comes from just being out in this region’s immense natural beauty. There was wildlife, views and groves of enormous Sequoia trees 🌲 all competing for our attention and forcing us to pull over regularly. The whole day was a lot of fun.
🌲🌳🐿🍂🍃 Sequoia National Park is a national park in the southern Sierra Nevada east of Visalia, California, in the United States. The park is famous for its giant sequoia trees, including the General Sherman tree, the largest tree on Earth. The General Sherman tree grows in the Giant Forest, which contains five out of the ten largest trees in the world. The Giant Forest is connected by the Generals Highway to Kings Canyon National Park's General Grant Grove, home to the General Grant tree among other giant sequoias.
When the weather is pleasant, there’s nothing quite like walking the High Line. NYC’s elevated park is certainly one of more popular New York attractions everyone needs to check off their list.
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When you’re in New York City and want to visit the square, you can easily catch a subway to the massive Times Square subway station. The 1, 2, 3, 7, N, Q and R trains all stop at Times Square. If you visit the square during the day, first take some time to soak up the bustling vibe. Sit on the red stairs to get a great view of the hustle and bustle in the square, or take a seat at one of the public chairs at the pedestrian plaza to be right in the middle of it all. Visiting Times Square at nighttime is also worth it, as you’ll see all the billboards light up even more brightly than during the day. Do prepare yourself for the crowds, as no matter if it’s nighttime or day, it will be crowded in the square. It’s fine to take pictures and act like a tourist, as almost everyone will do, but do beware of pickpockets!
Times Square in New York City 🌃 is perhaps the most famous square in the whole world 🌎 . It’s certainly been estimated Times Square is the world’s most visited tourist attraction. When you visit Times Square in Midtown Manhattan it’s easy to see why: tourists from all over the globe come to marvel at the neon billboards, see a famous musical 🎭 , go shopping in the area and soak up the unique Times Square vibe.
Say hello to the world's most visited destination Times Square in New York City. This single attraction hosts more visitors every year than Canada has residents. Photo by @priscidasilva 📸
New York Once you live here, you feel it quickly. Even tourists pick up on it. Everything and everyone is constantly on the go, always moving, always moving fast. After all, they don’t call it “the city that never sleeps” for nothing. I would describe NYC’s energy as buzzing, intense, exhilarating, stressful, productive, competitive, hustling. And I have a theory why the energy is like that: Everyone moves to NYC with a dream, an ambition, something you want to push for. Nobody moves here “just to enjoy the city”. Only tourists do that (and even they find themselves with very busy schedules). Everyone is here to hustle, to get somewhere, fast, to “make it”. You see it in people’s pace on the street (fast), in their way of building relationships (very accessible and open-minded, yet very transactional), in their social and professional interactions (ambitious and competitive). But you also see it in people’s willingness to dream big, to work hard towards that dream and to admire and support others who do the same. I believe you can feel the collective ambitions of people living in the city. And that’s what becomes its special energy. At first, that energy is amazing. In fact, as I look back I feel like I was on a constant high for three years, surfing on that pulse and excitement. Anything seemed possible. I went to events every night, I met amazing people for coffee all the time, I explored all the different opportunities popping up in the city doing the Reality show A-List . I usually didn’t come home before 10pm, I rarely ever ate at home, I didn’t sleep much. Until I burned out of it. After 3 years leaving in NY I realized that living life the NYC way isn’t very sustainable , it wasn’t me. It’s too fast, too much, and it’s going 24/7. I am a very chill person and I love to feel I am enjoying life and not surviving. But one thing I can say is : Everyone should live in NY as life experience is amazing but not for to long. 😉 🗽 #brazilianinnyc #newyork
I’m going to talk to you one last time about Mykonos, ok one second to last time, and then I promise to stop annoying you until next year. Lol 😝 Yeah, seriously because I’ve obviously decided to go back. I came home from Mykonos feeling inspired, in great shape, and with lots of wonderful memories… severe, beauty that you learn to love, and once it wins you over, it’s deeply relaxing for the soul. And then there are the hoards of tourists. I mean, it’s not like I discovered the island myself it’s a VERY touristy place where you can’t find parking and you hear all kinds of different languages spoken around you. But in Mykonos, it doesn’t bother me at all. It’s summer, it’s fun, it’s busy. It’s all part of the ambiance. Especially since there’s a real nightlife in Mykonos, people take style very seriously. And people get dressed up to go out in the evening they bring out this cool style that only Mykonos have. It’s a thing that’s disappearing at an alarming rate, which makes me sad, but people can wear whatever they want right? I really love it spending the day at the beach, going back to take a shower, getting dressed up to go out for the evening, and then staying out all night until early morning. I was there when the circuit parities was going on and that week brings more people who likes to party also the same week the Gay cruises 🚢 come to the island with Thousands of people so you can image how the island look like on that week . 🏳️🌈 We can’t judge what people like to do for fun Mykonos is a place with a lot options you can party and you can relax too . Is all about what you like to do and experience. #🇧🇷🇬🇷