Located in Gyeongju, South Korea, the hills — called tumuli — contain the remains of ancient kings and queens.
They are the pyramids of Korea, filled with offerings, artifacts, and the bodies of ancient rulers. Made with layers of gravel, stone, clay, and dirt, each tumulus contains a wooden chamber at its core where the remains are stored.
I have to admit, I get a certain thrill (okay, I totally geek-out) when I get to visit a place that I've seen on the big screen — Rosslyn Chapel did not disappoint.
Made famous in the film version of Dan Brown's novel The Da Vinci Code, this ornately carved church overlooks the beautiful rolling hills of rural Scotland at the edge of the town of Roslin.
There's nothing better than a new adventure, but staying healthy and not gaining weight while you travel can be a challenge. Trust, me — I, and a huge pasta belly that I brought back from Italy (and thankfully lost), know.
You're thrown out of your comfort zone, knocked out of your regular routine, and are no longer surrounded by familiar food, and your favorite workout spots.
There is SO much to see at the Louvre in Paris, but after purchasing their entry ticket most visitors head straight to the Denon Wing and the Mona Lisa. (Read this post to find out why the Mona Lisa is such a big deal.)
These travel tips, which are not usually found in guide books, are guaranteed to help make your trip a lot more fun!
No matter where you are headed, or how long you are planning on travelling for, these must-pack items will make your next trip a lot more enjoyable!
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