Italy is always worth a trip. And if you are as much into mountains and water as I am you definitely should visit lake Como. To avoid the crowds, we decided to go in October. Not the best choice if you want to go swimming or sunbathing but you can enjoy all nice spots without having to queue for ages. We rented a little apartment in Bellagio right at the centre of the lake.
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After some days in New York’s Lower Eastside we decided we were ready for the busy streets of Midtown.
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So we left our hotel (Hotel Anna) early in the morning after a proper breakfast to get as much out of the day as possible. After the stormy night we were greeted with sunshine and saw our surroundings for the first time. We thought it would be time to greet the locals and thank them for having us.
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I have to confess I never did something like this before, I swear. But unique places require unique discovery approaches, right?
It all started in Jupiter (Florida) where we decided to explore the southernmost point of the US, Key West. So we spontaneously booked a hotel room the night before we left, got in our rental car and drove the epic roads to Key West.
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When it comes to choosing a city trip for a long weekend there are obvious choices like Paris, Amsterdam or London where you know you can’t go wrong with. Everyone knows about the beauty of Paris, the free spirit of Amsterdam or the creativity of London. Somehow Scotland’s little capital in the north is often forgotten – without any good reason.
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Iceland has always been a country on my secret bucket list but yet when it came about planning a much needed holiday, there have always been destinations that won the pitch. Getting away from Europe’s cold weather and dreaming about tropical cocktails appeared to be of much higher value. So the little volcanic island at the edge of Europe remained undiscovered – until that day in September…
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