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St. Pancras Hotel, London ~This grand double staircase, with its original wrought-iron balustrade and vivid patterned carpeting, swirls up three stories of this Gothic Revival hotel adjacent to St. Pancras Station. It was lovingly restored in 2011, but much of its original late-19th-century character remains, from the vaulted gold-leaf ceiling to the red hand-stenciled wall designs.

Le Marais, passage Molière, From 157 rue Saint-Martin to 82 rue Quincampoix, Paris III

The Lovers Bridge in Paris. Couples attach a padlock to the bridge and throw the key into the river symbolizing their eternal love. This is now on my bucket list.

The Great Artificial Elephant ! This is a robotic miracle...made from 45 tons of recycled materials, measuring 12 meters high and 8 meters wide. It can carry up to 49 passengers.

Cloud People of Peru ....The figures balance aloft on the ledge of a cliff, their gaze fixed where the first rays of the rising sun will appear, waiting for a new day to dawn. Known by the name Warriors of the Clouds, the Chachapoyas were an ancient Andean people who inhabited the mist-swathed rainforests of what is now northern Peru. They were wiped out some five hundred years ago, and looking out over the vast Utcubamba Valley, these figures stand as remnants of their once great civilization.

Petrogyphs at the entrance of Newgrange, a 5000 year old passage tomb. Brugh na Boinne, County Meath, Ireland