Some people believe in ghosts and ghosts. Someone does not believe in anything, believe in yourself. Someone believes the rumors about ghosts prejudices and laughs, hearing conversations about the afterlife. However, there are places that are notorious and not by accident. People who visit such castles and houses, heard strange sounds in a completely empty room, felt the presence of someone or even saw vague shapes of human figures.
Usually old mansions, castles with centuries of history and places where there was death, murder or suicide, keep bad energy for a long time. Whether we like it or not, but the damned place still exist today. Of course, they attract the curious, a genuine interest in mystics and attract tourists. Here are a few examples of such places.
New York, a mansion in Amityville. The history of this house know Ghostbusters all over the world. Though the legend of the house is not so ancient, it is, as put, is surrounded by mystique and mystery. Continue reading
Today we will go to Africa. Lovers of wild nature and exotic places to stay definitely will appeal to the Kenyan hotel Giraffe Manor, which together with its associated Giraffe Centre nursery serving as a refuge for endangered Rothschild giraffes, and operates a breeding program for them. It is located in the suburbs of the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, in the South-Western part of the state.
The main highlight of the hotel is unusual – the chance to spend the day in the company of a beautiful long-necked creatures that continually strive to prudently look into open Windows and doors, hoping to get a generous helping of treats before returning to his forest preserve. Spotted guests will never refuse to taste the offered food and in gratitude gladly kiss their breadwinners.
Giraffe Manor is one of the most iconic buildings in Nairobi with a green garden, sun terrace and a delightful patio. Total area of hotel complex is about 12 hectares of private land, surrounded by 57 acres of pristine forest in prigorodnaja on the outskirts of the Kenyan capital. Continue reading