A week in Munich, Germany is not enough. If you want to see all the attractions and WWII history, don't discover the English Garden. This traveling artist found herself inspired by the little oasis of nature and dozens of geese for a few days before taking a train to Salzburg, and missing out on all of Munich has to offer. Although, we did get to see a couple art museums and met some new friends.
I live here..
Well, I live in a place that beautiful red rock landscapes exist down the street from me.
It's called Sedona, Arizona.
Thousands of tourists flock here to hike, explore, and stand in awe of these amazing red rock formations.
Who can blame them really? It's quite a spectacular sight when you first stumble upon them.
Sedona is also known for it's spiritual community, and the famous vortexes. Vortexes are places where the Earth is exceptionally alive with energy and people can feel it when they stand there or something like that. I'm not really sure, but thousands of people come to Sedona seeking out these vortexes in order to discover something about themselves. Recently, a friend of mine came to visit Sedona for the day, and went with a guide to one of these vortexes that is apparently located at Cathedral Rock. She shared how wonderful the experience was at dinner afterwards, and it got me curious. I had been to Cathedral Rock before, but it had been years. So with nothing better to do on a Sunday afternoon, I took a hike to Cathedral rock in search for this vortex.
I'm not sure if I found the exact location of this Vortex in question,