The landfill used to be an ensemble of slopes with earth covering the waste beneath but, until the moment of development of the project, without final capping.
After an idyllic afternoon spend windsurfing, sun-worshipping and admiring the beach goddesses and gods at Ftelia Beach in Mykonos, a bite to eat, a bit of music to start your evening and cocktails that’ll keep you cool in the 40-degree sun is the island way to pass the time. Read the rest of this entry »
Clasping to the bedrock amidst heady scents of thyme, lavender & almond, this creation of subtle, sweet rawness, plays the cubist card against a monastic icon at the heart of this deliciously chilled Spanish retreat close to Teruel, bordering Aragón.
¡Catch you poolside Amigos!
Dalsnibba, National Tourist Route Geiranger-Trollstigen © Steinar Skaar
When you think of Norway beyond Oslo, you’re probably thinking about the dramatic landscapes of the fjords, and with good reason — there’s nowhere on Earth quite like them! There’s a lot more to Norway’s breathtaking beauty, though, and in 1997 Parliament decided on a way to help you get to it: The National Tourist Routes. After the municipalities nominated a total of 52 roads covering 8,000 kilometers, in 2004 18 were selected to receive the distinction. You’ll find White Line Hotels Edit Juvet Landskapshotell off Norwegian County Road 63, otherwise known as National Tourist Route Geiranger – Trollstigen.