23 May, 2017 in Vienna

Not sure why, but in my self-created memories of my visit to Vienna Austria as a kid there is a bit about us visiting Freud’s home. Whether my parents support this claim or not is almost irrelevant, if Freud has taught us anything it’s that our inner world guides much of how we think and […]

14 May, 2017 in Madrid

Toledo is a gorgeous mountain-top fortified city with a very rich history dating back the 2nd century BC, passing through the hands of many different regional powers. One of the fascinating things to see in Toledo is how they’ve built on this history to boost up tourism, and one of the prime examples is the local […]

10 May, 2017 in Gdansk
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To wrap up the posts about my visit to Gdansk in Poland last year, I’ll take you through the main highlight in Gdansk – the old city. It’s very Polish and colorful, taking you back hundreds of years to the medieval times. Like many of the Polish treasures, this city was hit hard in the second […]

5 May, 2017 in Malaga

Malaga is on the coastline and has a port, and so once you’re done roaming around the hilltop castles and the old city you can head to one of the marinas nearby and catch a boat-trip to take you out to sea and see a different view of Malaga. Palmeral De Las Sorpresas is the newly […]

4 May, 2017 in Vienna

On my last day in Vienna I was looking for some organized tour to offer me some interesting insights to Vienna. I started off with Freud’s home, just because psychology has been a big part of my life, and somehow made my way to the Rathaus, the Vienna City Hall. The grand city hall offers several English […]

30 Apr, 2017 in Sicily, Visions

I don’t get to see my family very often, so the time we do get to spend together is very precious to me. Thing is, I am so used to traveling on my own, that adjusting to travel with others always comes at some cost. As a traveler, I am used to knowing exactly where […]

28 Apr, 2017 in Lisbon

Lisbon is gorgeous. I last visited around February, and although it was mostly cloudy it was for the most part pleasant and without rain. And so every time that I would head up the hills to see the city from above the city would emerge in full glory with heavy clouds in the background with just […]

25 Apr, 2017 in Eastern Spain

To wrap up my visit to Alicante on the eastern coastline of Spain during Christmas time, join me for a tour of the beaches, the marina, and the funky Volvo race museum nearby.   Beaches Alicante     Volvo Ocean Race Alicante     Marina Alicante     Other posts on Alicante: Santa Barbara Castle : […]

23 Apr, 2017 in Limburg

Lots of funky underground tunnels all over the Limburg area around Maastricht. I previously wrote about the remarkable Roman Catacombs in Valkenburg and the Fort Sint Pieter and underground tunnels Maastricht, and today I’ll mention two more, and there’s another that I’ll write about later on, which is a bit more unique. If you’re visiting Valkenburg and the Valkenburg […]

22 Apr, 2017 in Serbia
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Didn’t have long to go around and explore Serbia but I did get to do a daytrip from Belgrade to see Novi Sad. The major highlight in Novi Sad is the Petrovaradin Fortress. The fort dates back to the 17th century although they have found remains of a settlement up there going as far back as […]

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