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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How to spend 48 Hours In Leipzig! The Ultimate Travel Guide!! (History, Architecture, Art, Food And Fitness Included)

This is NOT just some travel guide. This is the ultimate, take with you and be set to go travel guide. I have the top things to do, see, visit and places to run, eat, stay.
With every place to see and visit goes a compact history lesson.
And with every place to eat and visit goes an exact address and the price of tickets. You’re pretty much all set to go with this post!

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Le Cap D’Agde, Tourism, Terrorism and Europe // Travel Tuesday

  Today I have something different for you. Get ready for a little bit of a ramble about Europe, Tourism and Terror. Finished off by a little poetic summary of my one week stay here in Cap D’Agde. So keep reading;-) And enjoy all the magical sunset shots!  And don´t foget to tell me what […]

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A Day in “Red City” Toulouse // Travel Tuesday

Come take a walk with me through the “Red City” Toulouse. Stop in admiration of the red houses, the architecture and the sights! It´s a wonderful day here in Toulouse. Come, I´ll take you along.

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A stop in Cahors, France // Travel Tuesday

For this travel Tuesday I´m taking you with me to look at the city of Cahors from above (the most beautiful view of the whole region), through facts and of course from the city´s ground as well (architecture and art historical sights!)! Come along!

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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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