Places Quotes

A part of us remains where ever we have been.

The people of Dacca are an almost congenitally aggrieved race, rather like the French in Canada; their record, before and after independence, has been one of consistent complaint, always vocal and often violent.

O That I was where I would be, Then would I be where I am not. But where I am I must be, And where I would be I cannot.

In Southern Nevada, there is only a screen door between you and hell.

You are now landing in New Zealand. Everybody is requested to put their watches back ten years.

If an English butler and an English nanny sat down to design a country, they would come up with New Zealand.

The nice part about living in a small town is that when you don’t know what you’re doing, someone else does.

The concrete runway at Warsaw’s Miedzynarodowy airport is coming to pieces. From bumpy landing to bumpy take-off, you spend your time in Poland looking at bad concrete. Everything is made of it – streets, buildings, floors, walls, ceilings, roofs, window frames, lamp posts, statues, benches, plus some of the food, I think.

There are certain places, among them some of the most impressive and beautiful in the world, that call for only a single dose, repeated perhaps the next morning. If nothing else, it is a tribute to their potency. Even the Parthenon, even the paintings in the Prado, are not to be seen each day, and […]

India has 2,000,000 gods, and worships them all. In religion other countries are paupers; India is the only millionaire.