Water neotemlemoy part of our lives. Our world is full of lakes, rivers, mineral springs and other waters. There are amazing beautiful lakes, Alpine, little and great ponds. But water is not always the same color and can be shades of all colors. Condé Nast Traveler magazine has identified 13 of the most colorful body of water in the world.
Peyto lake, Alberta, Canada
The most popular lake of Canada, located in Banff national Park in the mountainous region of the Canadian Rockies. The color of the lake is so turquoise, thanks to lednikoviy flour in the rock, which filled with the water of the lake. Peyto lake is the most heavenly shade of turquoise with milk.
Hot istochniki Beppu, Oita, Japan
Hot springs in Beppu, popularly called Hell Beppu is located in Japan on the island Kyushu. Just in Beppu eight springs and they all vary in colour from milky turquoise to effing rusty. One of the thermal springs Chinoike Jigoku (bloody hell pond) is a blood-red color.
Bay don Edwards national wildlife refuge, Fremont, California.
It is a colorful diversity can be seen in the National wildlife reserve of the são Francisco in the USA. In the reserve there are things to see and places to climb, but the most impressive and special — it’s the salt ponds. In salt marshes, located within Continue reading
Of greatest interest is the island of San Miguel with its historic Maritime capital, green fields and beautiful volcanic scenery. Originally San Miguel was composed of two separate Islands. The largest and most populated of the nine main Islands of the archipelago is 65 km from Settling in the capital of the island called Ponta Delgada, easy access to the rocky coast — to lakes in volcanic craters and hot springs emitting steam from the depths of the island.
The Western part of the island
In the North-West of the island of são Miguel is a giant crater of the volcano Caldeira das Sete Cidades (Caldeira das Network-Cidades), a circumference of about 12 km If the crater is not covered by clouds, is better it is visible from the observation platform Vistas do Rei where the trail starts, leading to its Western edge. At the bottom of the crater lies a little village Network-Cidades and six dark green lakes, separated by thin strips of land. It is believed that the crater was formed in 1440-ies, after the eruption, which was destroyed by the volcano that created the Western part of the island. Today the crater is covered with dense vegetation, although the first settlers called it a scorched shell.
In the main city of the Northern coast, called Continue reading
REAL ESTATE IN BLED
Bled – Introduction
Bled on the North-West of the country with more than half a million visitors a year is the most popular resort in Slovenia.
These visitors, however, diverge soon after arrival, since one of bled’s attractions is its easy access to the Triglav National Park. Visitors to bled are always charmed by its stunning views and its captivating Alpine lake.
Bled island, for centuries is a symbol of the area. It can be visited by the famous traditional wooden boats called “pletna”, and there is a tradition to climb 99 stupenek to the medieval chapel and ring the “bell desires”. Above the lake stands the impressive castle and offers a stunning view across all of bled. Near the town of bled are some of the highest peaks of the Julian Alps in Slovenia.
How to get
By plane :
The international airport in Ljubljana. Jože Plečnik is just 36 km from the capital. Regular daily services operate between Ljubljana airport and all major European hubs.
By car :
To drive to bled is easy by car, about 40 minutes ‘ drive from the capital Ljubljana. In addition, bled is only 47 km from Slovenia’s borders with Austria and Italy.
By train :
The station Lesce-bled is on the route between Munich, Salzburg, Villach, Ljubljana, Belgrade, Athens and Istanbul. The station is just 4 km from Continue reading