a weekend in: LISBON

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Lisbon is a great city to visit for a weekend getaway – there is a good chance the weather will be nicer than at home, the restaurants are amazing, there are lots of museums and historic places, the whole old part of the city has amazing atmosphere with live music bars located in charming narrow streets. We spent here 2 …

a weekend in: SALZBURG

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The last years we´ve been driving past Salzburg 4-8 times a year and every time we cross the border to Austria we say:”we could really stop in Salzburg one day again, it´s been ages since we´ve done that!” It´s been 5 years to be exact, Lu was still safely tucked in my belly and we had a nice weekend strolling …

a weekend in: NUREMBERG

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Our FIRST TIME ever in Nürnberg was short but sweet! We stayed in a nice cosy hotel just about 50 metres from the famous Christmas market in the old town, so we were able to walk around and up to all the major tourist attractions and sights. The Christkindlesmarkt being one of the most famous Christmas markets in the world …

a weekend in: PRAGUE

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We decided more or less the last minute to spend the weekend in Prague, which is a little less than 5 hours drive from our home. So, we drove off Friday after work and were in the hotel by 9PM, which basically gave us almost 2 full days to explore the city. We left the city on Sunday when it …

SINGAPORE in 4 days

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It´s big, it´s clean, it´s green, its has some amazing architecture, great restaurants and (from what we heard) nightlife. And if you feel too claustrophobic between all the big skyscrapers you can easily escape to one of the beaches or parks nearby. I was in Singapore when I was 14 years old and everything looked soooo big back then – …