Goyakama Ainokura village in the Japanese Alps. Looks like a beautiful illustration but it is also a Unesco World Heritage site whose people make crafts paper like washi paper and other pieces of traditional art. The Gassho-style houses are a must-visit when looking for the traditional japan travel experience. Keep reading to see what we did and what you shouldn't miss there
The Jamaica Wine House, London Tucked away in St Michael's Alley, part of a labyrinth of charming medieval courts and alleys off Cornhill and Lombard Street, the Jamaica Wine House was originally London's first coffee house, which opened in 1652
Church of Our Saviour on the Spilled Blood, St Petersburg, Russia. As a ghost, I am looking for a castle to haunt. What about this one? I know it isn't technically a 'castle' but look at its magnificent size! I think it would still be splendid to haunt.
This is in Lacock which is an old village in Wiltshire, England. It became the town of Meryton in the BBC production of Pride and Prejudice. I'd love to love in a charming English village with a tea room :)
The Ruins of Old Nor. Nor was once a successful & large city. No one knows what happened to cause its citizens to abandon it. Centuries later, a small village was built farther south & named after the mysterious city^