I walk the way I want to walk, while listening to stories born on the asphalt
La Habana- Trapped in a mausoleum of vintage cars, imagine to pay an entrance fee rather than the travel time for a taxi ride
La Habana- The people and the Government are separated by a road
La Habana- Malecòn is a promenade along the famous Habana Vieja (Old Habana). It’s the best way to have a an overall look at the beating heart of the city: houses without windows, stairs without railings, people who sing, shout and make love
Camaguey- The cracked windshield and wrinkles on the body confer sacredness and respect
La Habana- Propaganda needs many meters of wall to reach the heart of the people
The city has always had a bond with sea, pirates and Privateers.
Saint-Malo during the Middle Ages was a fortified island at the mouth of the Rance River, controlling not only the estuary but the open sea beyond.
Medieval bastions, towers and castles are still present nowadays.
This statue is situated in the city center, close to Town Hall.
It is a very common meeting point for all “Sydneysiders”, the inhabitants of Sydney.
“Brooklyn is not the easiest place to grow up in, although I would not change that experience for anything” Neil Diamond
This village in New South Wales ( Australia ) is famous for the hippy community living here since the Sixties.
The little town is located inland among the hills and is not hard to spot barefoot people living in close contact to nature. Few people retire here for the tranquility of the area.
The local products are phenomenal.
2nd street, Philadelphia
The 72 stone steps known thanks to their appearance in the “Rocky” movie series.
Many tourists ( I honestly could not resist either ) recreate the scene by running the steps to the top.
Used to connect directly to factories and warehouses allowing trains to load and unload their cargo inside buildings. Milk, meat, raw and manufactured goods could be transported and unloaded without disturbing traffic on the streets.
Has now been redesigned and planted as an aerial greenway and rails-to-trails park, it runs along the west side of Manhattan.
The grid structure of the Big Apple
The entrance of largest train station in the world by number of platforms is captured right next to the Chrysler Building, fine Art Deco structure that has been the world’s tallest building for 11 months before being surpassed by the Empire State Building in 1931.
The iconic yellow buses
Kentucky is a rural state, known for Bourbon whiskey, horse breeding and College basketball
The oldest part of the city
Daytona Beach is famous for being the main destination for motorsports fans in Florida.
NASCAR has got its Headquarters here.
International Speedway hosts many different races, among them the famous Daytona 500, the most prestigious race in NASCAR.
Historic street within Savannah’s riverfront
In many cities of the USA the contrast between old and new, historic and modern, is evident.
The name is due to the presence of Confederate artillery battery during the Civil War.
Fort Sumter, sea fort located in the Charleston Harbor, best known as the site upon which the shots that started the American Civil War were fired, is visible from East Battery.
Now this area hosts the most elegant and richest mansions of the city.
A small town in South Carolina, a quick break while heading North.
This historic neighborhood has a maritime past.
It nowadays offers a great variety of shops, clubs, cafés and is known for providing excellent nightlife.
Yes, the roller coaster passes within the building’s premises