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Discover Iceland in Winter

I am sure you will agree with me, when I say that Iceland is one of the most exciting holiday destinations in the world, offering memorable experiences that can be unique. This land is not just about seeing and doing, it’s also about experiencing and feeling the beauty of nature and the friendliness of the […]

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In America

Romanians must have a visa before entering the United States. Read about the process of application here . Only after we received our visa, we booked our tickets with United Airlines: London Heathrow – Newark Liberty (the tickets were booked in May and our trip was scheduled at the end of August – the price was […]

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Backpacking in Italy

CIAO Summer of 2015 7 cities in 12 days How to travel between cities in Italy on a budget? By train, definitely, it’s the best option. It’s safe, it’s fast, it’s cheap, it’s comfy and you get to see beautiful landscapes. We started our journey in Venice and ended up in Rome. Next year, hopefully […]

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LFW 2014

Talks, Catwalks, News, Shopping..this is what you will find at Somerset House during London Fashion Weekend. Why is it called weekend and not week? Well, you know in order to attend to a whole fashion week, you need an invitation. And you won’t get that so easy. So, Vodafone organises Fashion Weekend where visitors can […]

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ATP World Tour Finals

Barclays ATP World Tour Finals represents the season finale for the male professional tennis players. 8 best players in the world and 8 best double teams competed this year in London. Last year and this year I was there to support my favourite one: Roger Federer. A great player is a unique human being. Dedicated […]

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Likes and dislikes in Dubai

A whole new world to live in Here’s what I liked and disliked about Dubai. Likes: Air-conditioner everywhere (mall, bus station, metro, shops, etc). So, despite the hot weather-40 degrees or more- you won’t feel the heat if you’re inside. Skyscrapers with interesting and amazing architecture. The roads and the metro – cheap and exceptional […]

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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 […]