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InStyle on French Riviera

I know I am obsessed with France and Italy, but you have to trust me about this one: do go and visit Cote D’Azur. That french “Azur” is so seductive, that you’ll instantly fall in love. When you hear French Riviera I’m sure you think about luxury, aristocrats, upper-class, but that doesn’t mean you cannot travel there […]

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Aarhus, Denmark

Only after I came back from Aarhus, I found out that it’s the second-largest city in Denmark. Judging by the airport, it certainly doesn’t seem large to me. There’s a bus from the airport that takes you to city centre and it costs 100 danish crowns per adult (that is around 10 pounds). The city […]

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Germany

January 2014 1 day in Berlin After a New Year’s Eve in Amsterdam, we decided to go and visit some friends that live in Stade, a small city near Hamburg. And since we’ll be in Germany we couldn’t miss visiting Berlin. So, we landed on Schönefeld Airport, the smallest airport in Berlin. It takes 30′ from the […]

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Swiss Indoors Basel 2014

There’s a lot to see in Federer’s town I love tennis & Federer, he loves tennis & me, in October it’s my birthday so he took me to a professional men’s tennis tournament. Swiss Indoors is held every year in October, at St. Jakobshalle (an arena that holds 9,000 people) since I was 5 years […]

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New year’s Eve in Brussels? Pro and cons

Before deciding to spend the NYE in Brussels we did a bit of research and most of the reviews were like: “no, boring, old people”…We thought, it can’t be that bad, the capital of EU, Bruxelles, the largest city in Belgium?! so, we bought the NYE happyBrussels  package. It’s 45 euros and you can go […]

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Auschwitz-Birkenau visit

January, 2015. Destination: Auschwitz It’s winter, it’s cold and when you arrive to Auschwitz, you will feel chills down your back only because you know about the mass murder that happened inside. We arrived to Oświęcim in a very “vintage” bus, with background music playing Louis Armstrong’s “It’s a wonderful world” song. Pretty ironic, huh? The city […]

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Make the stress disappear in Furteventura and Lanzarote

September 2014 – Fuerteventura from head to toe We started our journey in Corralejo, the island’s largest resort. Calm waters, beautiful landscapes, view over Isla de Lobos from a short distance. Nobody lives on Isla de Lobos and you can get there by boat (10 minutes) and do some snorkeling or walk around the empty […]

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Gaudi’s Barcelona

July 2014 Beaches, mountains, delicious food, architecture..all in one place. You’re still wandering what to see in Barcelona? A LOT! We took a bus from the airport to Plaça de Catalunya, a very beautiful square from where all the roads start. You will need a map and you might want a 10 journeys ticket (T10) that you […]

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Ibiza, the White Island

After we’ve seen what Gaudi made of Barcelona, we took off to see the so-called White Island. Just 1 hour in the air and we land on the island. Please be aware of pickpockets from the moment you land. We arrived at midnight and we went to sit in the waiting area. I was looking […]

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24 h in the city owned by cyclists

Where the bikes run over cars 24 h of Summer – Here we are in front of Amsterdam Centraal. With the list of what to visit here and with no map we’re thinking if we should turn left or right. Of course, we chose the wrong direction, but we get to Dam square where we find […]