The closest to Rome I have ever been to is the beautiful city of Bath in Somerset, a World Heritage Site in the UK where Roman-built baths can be found. The whole city gives off a glimpse into ancient Roman ingenuity and it for which it appears like an era apart from the whole of England. A … Continue reading Her Rome, Italy: the Eternal City
The realisation of a dream to bring my Mama to Vatican City and for me to finally see His Holiness Pope Francis. It was such a surreal 4 days trip to Italy where I looked forward to the celebration of my birthday with my family. ChrisandKarenGoItaly 2017 from Karen Flores on Vimeo.
Charles and Aleyla: SPRING in Battersea Park and Regent's Park I am happy to share with you the day we've spent with our lovely couple Charles and Aleyla! With a beautiful story that has endured differences, time, long distance, (and folk dancing), Charles and Aleyla proves that their love transcends seasons as they finally say "I do."
This year, the 9th of April marked Jesus' entrance into Jerusalem, officially celebrated as "Palm Sunday" and the beginning of the Holy Week. It is a week for Christians to remember the passion of Christ, his sacrifices leading to His crucifixion. Throughout this week prior to Easter Sunday, it is customary to offer special sacrifices and devote … Continue reading Her London, UK: Visita Iglesia
There was no other city like it. It was sad. It was sincere. It was enchanting and beautiful. It constantly reminds everyone of the bitter, distant past that no matter countless seconds have passed, would always and forever be a grave reminder of how greedy, how despicable, how inhumane man can be. How wars and decisions made … Continue reading Her Berlin, Germany: An Enchanting City with History Like No Other
How's everyone doing? I apologise for my lack of activity for the past 2 months as I have been spending more time on my post graduate course with King's College. It was a productive 4-month course which finally concluded on the 10th of January through a hearty written examination (still waiting for the results! fingers … Continue reading Her London, UK: The 2016 Holidays
Came back from a 5-day holiday in Norway where we enjoyed fascinating views of knee-depth-snow and the warmth of a family away from our true home. I will soon be uploading a post of our trip, along with the rest of our ChrisandKarenGoEurope diaries from last September 2016 (Berlin, Prague, Vienna and Budapest hopefully to … Continue reading Her Oslo, Norway: November Travel Video
When my boyfriend mentioned about visiting the French Riviera, I didn't really think of browsing the web and looking through pictures of France's Mediterranean coast just because. The place didn't really sound familiar to me so I just ended up being lazy and just went with the flow. It was a horrible mistake not to … Continue reading Her Nice, France: Côte d’Azur
What's even more fascinating about the city of Paris is the bulk of places one may reach through walking around and the use of its public transport. It is pretty much a well-preserved city-- with its people and government giving due importance to the maintenance and celebration of these remarkable monuments and infrastructures. One of the most famous … Continue reading Her Paris, France: Feast for the Eyes Around the City
Expanding over an area nearly 61,000 square meters wide, The Louvre or Louvre Museum is the largest museum in the world. It is one of the most historical and most popular landmarks of the city, and is the world's second most visited museum. With a vast collection of Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Islamic and Near Eastern … Continue reading Her Paris, France: Musee Du Louvre