Portugal Road Trip Part 1: Lisbon Sightseeings

There it is. The most beautiful city of Europe to date for us, deep in the west and on the coast to the Atlantic Ocean. After a lot of salt

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Game of Thrones Girona

“♫ ♬ Daaa da, da da daaaa da da daaaa… ♫ ♬” That’s right, dear reader. With the intro tune of the series “Game of Thrones” we introduce our current

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Sagrada Familia Gaudi Barcelona

What is the most famous landmark of Barcelona? Well, maybe the question is too brief and should be: What is a landmark of Spain or even Europe? Although opinions may

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Hospital de la Santa Creu Barcelona

When you are asking Barcelona tourists what they are most looking forward to, you usually hear things like: Sagrada Familia, La Rambla, Placa de Catalunya, beach, shopping in the Passeig

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Highest mountain in East Switzerland: Säntis

It is not a big surprise for anyone that Switzerland is a climbing, skiing and hiking paradise. Most people have surely also heard of the Matterhorn. But also Jungfraujoch or

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Roadtrip USA East Coast (14) Key West attractions

I would like to open the last section of our road trip “Key West attractions” with a quote: “Never go on trips with anyone you do not love.” Ernest Hemmingway from

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Roadtrip USA East Coast (13) Everglades Tour

Imagine a huge mouth full of razor-sharp teeth and this in a heavily armored, massive and powerful body – and you’re only standing a few feet away. This is not

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Road Trip USA East Coast (12) Miami Vacation

Another Miami post… come on, seriously? Yes, totally serious. Not only that Miami is simply too special and has too much too offer to be dealt within one post only.

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Road Trip USA East Coast (11) Miami Beach Art Deco

Miami. Epithet: The magic City. Maybe you just have “Miami” from Will Smith in your ear. Well, if you know this song and the city you might agree that this

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Road Trip USA East Coast (10) Tampa Riverwalk

USA Road trip from New York down to Key West! Around 2,000 miles in total. 3 weeks non stop. Ladies and Gentlemen, this is how we explored the East coast

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