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Paula Stefanini

My name is Paula Stefanini, I was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and currently live in Los Angeles, U.S. I am a writer and exploring the world is my ultimate passion in life. Getting to see incredible places and learn about different cultures and their history has always been fascinating to me. Traveling gives me the thrill of experiencing the unknown and the sensation of motion, which fulfills my soul in a way that nothing else does. Also, the knowledge acquired on trips are in itself another purpose to keep on doing it. So far I have visited 25 counties, and my goal is to see them all! I currently write for Unite4:Good Magazine, a publication which targets people and organizations working towards making the world a better place (

12 Days of Summer in the Austro-Hungarian Empire – Part IV

Our next destination was Wieliczka Salt Mine. After over three hours of tour and 800 steps into the underground, we were astonished by the chambers, statues and a...

12 Days of Summer in the Austro-Hungarian Empire – Part III

We made a quick stop, about 30 minutes, in Wadowice, the birthplace of Pope John Paul II. There we visited the 'Minor Basilica of the Presentation of the Blessed...


One Way Ticket to Hell

This wagon was used to transport thousands of jews and other war prisoners to Auschwitz, about 100 people each time. They had to travel on their feet, smashed against...

12 days of Summer in the Austro-Hungarian Empire – Part II

At the end of a shaky night in the train coming from Prague, we arrived in Kraków’s station at 6:30 a.m. Soon after, a friendly polish taxi driver found us and became...

12 Days of Summer in the Austro-Hungarian Empire – Part I

Last summer, my sister and I had the opportunity of taking our mother to celebrate her sixtieth birthday in a part of the world she always dreamt of visiting, The...


Queens Bridge

Walk all the way west on 59th Street until you reach the park at the waterfront, there you will find the iconic angle of the bridge shot by Woody Allen in his very own...

31 Things to Do in Manhattan, NYC

It might seem a lot, but it’s not. The pulsing center of New York City is a universal reference of culture, art, fashion, finances, and really, whatever else you can...

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