It has been almost four months since I created Len and hit “Publish” for the first time. At that time, I did not think that I can write and who else could read what I wrote, except my family and maybe some close friends. I was wrong, Journeys of Len has reached far greater than I thought and some of my fellow bloggers who are really friendly and open-minded have become my (virtual) friends.
Four months was not a long time, and there is still a lot of things in this blogosphere that I need to learn. But before we say goodbye to 2016, I would like to have a look back of 2016 by presenting the five best posts of this year. For the not-so-good one, I prefer to keep it for myself because I don’t want my dear readers to lose interest in my blog. Thank you all of you for following our journeys and see you next year!
Nr.5 – The Magical Palace
With its romantic style and gorgeous garden, the palace of Schwerin has enchanted some visitors and landed on the 5th place of the most viewed post.
Nr.4 – The Symphony of Colors
Isola di Burano, where colorful houses dancing and reflecting in the turquoise water of the Mediterranean, has charmed a little bit more visitors and thus held the 4th position.
Nr.3 – A Different Paris
France’s capital is popular as usual and visitors are keen to learn about any hidden gem of this city. Therefore, the post obtained the 3rd place.
Nr.2 – Getting lost in Venice
Another candidate from the Veneto region also climbed high on the list and achieved the second position is Venice. This post shows an unusual way to explore the marvelous city. Thanks, Sara from The Rover in Leather Jacket to confirm that it is a correct way as well.
Nr.1 – Norway in a Nutshell
Gained the most attention in this year is “Norway in a Nutshell”. The review of the most popular tour in Norway was viewed twice as much as “The Magical Palace”. The post includes my travel itinerary, my experiences, and some tips for future travelers. For me, the trip to Norway is the hi-light of this year and I hope I could visit this Scandinavian country again in the near future 🙂