Photo Diary: A Day In Glückstadt

Glückstadt translated in english would be “lucktown” or “town of luck”. Find out if my day was as lucky and happy as the name of the town I spent it in!

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Photo Diary: A Day In Hamburg

As a German living in Germany you should’ve seen most of the big cities, been there several times, know the deal with them. So I was ashamed to keep saying when someone asked me: “No, I’ve never been to Hamburg. I’ve seen half of the USA though…” The last part impressed most people, so I […]

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Travel Tuesday: The history of the Grotto of Lascaux in France and my experience visiting it

In my first Travel Tuesday post I take you along with me into the most famous Grotto in all of France: the Grotto of Lascaux. Learn how the Grotto was discovered, opened and then closed again. How it was recreated and reopened. Get to know the techniques the painters of the stone age used and how we can analyze the paintings today. Come along with me on a little stroll through history! Let me take you along:-)

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A walk through Sarlat-la-Canéda, France

On my France trip this summer I got to visit a lot of amazing places. Sarlat-la-Canéda being one of them! My stops before Sarlat: Paris La Rochelle Île de Ré Cognac Périgord We arrived in the evening just having enough time to take a walk through this medieval town. Let me take you along! Sarlat-la-Canéda […]

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Learn how a French Cognac Distillery works

Want to learn all about the Distillery of Cognac, where it ages, how the different ages taste and why the walls of “Chai” (the place where the alcohol is stored to age) are black, then come take the tour with me through this French Cognac Distillery!

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A look out the window: Driving through the Périgord, France + a little history lesson

The Périgord is located in the south-west of France and is part of the Departement Dordogne*. It´s a wonderful ancient region with beautiful scenery, also known for it´s mild climat and good food! On our France trip we drove from La Rochelle to Sarlat-la-Canéda, right through the different parts of the Périgord. Photo credit: Google […]

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