Arabian proverb says, “Everything in the world is afraid of time, and time is afraid of the pyramids”. In the end of this year we would like to invite our visitors to have a bird-eye view of the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt – the only one of “Seven Wonders of the World” which is still standing..
Neuschwanstein is first and foremost a true fairy tale made of stone. The castle is located in Bavaria, near the town of Fussen. It became the prototype for the Sleeping Beauty castle in Disneyland Paris and a source of inspiration for Tchaikovsky’s ballet «The Swan Lake».
We approached the turn of the ice river flowing from the highest mountain. Almost there! Little bit longer, and we would see Mount Everest in all its glory… And suddenly… It felt like someone’s hit the breaks… We stopped and started slowly moving backwards. The wind! Pilot said. I can’t go there, the wind is too strong…
I quickly assembled the machine, took a deep breath and took off into the abyss. We shot several spherical panoramas and landed. As soon as the helicopter touched the ground we heard applause of the spectators and whistles of the security guards running towards us….
«Exacting people recreation» – they say about Saint Moritz in travel guides. Saint Moritz has surprised me twice but not with its restaurants among alpine skiing tracks where visitors in ski boots are served with black caviar and truffles and live orchestra music sounds in the neighborhood as well as “weightless, salubrious and sparkling champagne air”.