🇧🇷We were lucky enough to spend a week in Rio de Janeiro, to wind up our time in South America and boy, did we fall in love with it. We spent our time in the sunshine, despite it being winter there, and lapping up all the tourist sites that Rio is so well known for. We spent our days visiting Christ the Redeemer, the famous Selaron tiled steps, hiking up Morro Da Urca to get wicked views and a cable car ride to Sugarloaf Mountain and wandering the black and white tiled beachfront of Copacabana Beach. It is an eclectic city, alive with so much energy and we can't wait to go back. It's picturesque beaches juxtaposed with city skylines make for a postcard view every way you turn your head and it was everything we could have imagined and more! 📸🌴☀️
Corniglia is the middle village in Cinque Terre, situated on top of a cliff and surrounded by vineyards.
Cobbled streets and ice cream coloured houses are common around this area.
Photo made by Chris with #nikond610 📷📷📷
GASTOWN ✨ Vancouver’s oldest neighborhood. It was named after John ‘Gassy Jack’ Deighton who opened the first business, a tavern, back in 1867. Gastown is known for its beautiful cobblestone streets and Victorian era style street lamps.
The historic charm remains in the city and is a beautiful area to go for dinner and drinks.. or simply take a walk.
The tall building is a revolving restaurant that gives you an unobstructed view of the city.
Look at me the way you look at your food when the waiter comes. Chicago’s pizza, hot dogs, and beer have us smiling from ear to ear, life is good!•