On any given street in Madrid, there are a thousand focal points dazzling from every angle – from postmodern sculptures peeking off rooftops to classical fountains circled by cars and buses to pastel-toned buildings, their years of origin faintly painted onto elaborate facades.
If you are looking to make the most of Madrid’s very varied architecture, here are some of my favorite spots in Madrid on an easy walking tour!
This July, I visited Venice for the fifth time in seven years. Over those five trips, I have fallen in love with Venice, with her backstreets and her broad canals, with her crowded buildings tumbling against one another and her crowds. After writing my article, “Venice: Must Sees and Mystique”, I began to wonder what I had missed on my previous trips. Learn five tips on what to see and do off the beaten track from the eyes of two locals who have lived in Venice their whole lives at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/heather-keleher/a-locals-guide-to-venice-_b_11546990.html