You think to yourself – I need a break, I need peace and quiet. So you’re going to a place where you can calm down. It sounds familiar right? And what if your plan thwarts hotel full of energy, positive emotions, which will awaken your life force? Because calm is not only silence!
One, two, three… you see door from a fairy tale about Sisi princess. Four, five, six… low staircase leads you to the hidden kingdom. Seven, eight, nine… you’re in the middle of magic. Ten… Is this a dream?
Simplicity, sun, heat, magic moment at Lanzarote. Regardless of whether you like modest or luxury accommodation, I’m sure that deep down you dream of your own villa with a swimming pool and exotic garden. And moreover – the sound of the sea behind the fence…
The only thing that’s more relaxing than lounging poolside or soaking in the water on a sunny day is doing it at one of these incredible destinations. From luxurious infinity pools with unbeatable views to natural pools teeming with marine life, these pools around the world deserve to be on everyone’s bucket list.
Canary Islands are full of secrets. You can explore the island ,,in the wild” or in a proven safe place. So what will be both safe & beautiful & stylish & in good price? We invite you to know Flora Hotel!
The end of the holiday season means for us the beginning. This is the beginning of planning new roads, new trips and new list of the best place in the world. Tomorrow is our 1st Wedding Anniversary. One day before the wedding we decided to create this website. So, it’s time to sum up our first, iEspressoLIFE year!
Positano is a majestically situated coastal village, terraced into hillsides with luxuriant lemon gardens, and expansive vistas over turquoise waters. But this, perhaps most desirable holiday terminus on the Almafi Coast, is in fact a relatively recent phenomenon. It was John Steinbeck’s essay on the now legendary destination, published in Harper’s Bazaar in 1953, that changed its status from a fishing village in an enclave in the hills to a glam resort town. Steinbeck wrote, “It is a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone.”