Travel

Istanbul: Lust, Attraction and Attachment
2010 Vol. 2 No.1 — Spring / Travel

Istanbul: Lust, Attraction and Attachment

Istanbul is alternately seductive and modest, attractive to men and women alike, and not inclined to be controlled by either of her two families, Asia and Europe. Kinia Adamczyk offers her Istanbul top 13.

Barcelona in Detail
2009 — Winter / Travel

Barcelona in Detail

Barcelona is a city that begs to be enjoyed – visually, intellectually, and culinarily. It is also a city of endless and varying details.

Brussels: A City of Happiness?
2009 — Winter / Travel

Brussels: A City of Happiness?

Joyful, savory, unpretentious and inspiring – here is my definition of the EU capital.

Polish Football: a Survival Guide
2009 — Summer / Travel

Polish Football: a Survival Guide

An “Alphabet of Polish Football” to prepare fans for the 2012 European Championships, which will be co-hosted by Poland.

Horses and Bourbon and Hats, Oh My!
2009 — Summer / Travel

Horses and Bourbon and Hats, Oh My!

I’m at the Churchill Downs race track in Louisville, Kentucky, experiencing my very first Kentucky Derby. Thus far, I’ve downed the obligatory mint julep; explored the enormous infield; placed a single, tenuous bet, admired elegant horses being led onto a track for the day’s second run; watched a few races on a massive screen…

Of Self-Governance and Nature: Exploring Ecovillages in Denmark
2009 — Summer / Travel

Of Self-Governance and Nature: Exploring Ecovillages in Denmark

What if, in one way or another, every citizen could spend some time participating in his and her own food production?

Moving Europe, Brandenburg-style
2010 Vol. 2 No.1 — Spring / Travel

Moving Europe, Brandenburg-style

Is Europe really as far as it seems to many Europeans? Not if you move it to where the Europeans are.

Rome by Self
2009 — Spring / Travel

Rome by Self

When in Rome, drink like a Roman. Eat and visit like one too, with Justine Jablonska’s trips for solo travel in Italy’s vibrant capital.

Baku Is … Just Plain Rich
2009 — Spring / Travel

Baku Is … Just Plain Rich

Baku, if one believes the locals and the foreign oil investors, has seen an unprecedented economic boom in the last four years transforming Azerbaijan’s capital into a construction field, with apartment building skeletons waiting to be dressed and filled with life lining up on every piece of free land.