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Choose dusty roads

Six years ago they decided to quit their jobs, leave al material things behind and start to travel the world. The love for road-trips has taken them from the steppes of Patagonia to the windswept North Cape, from the endless expanses of the Australian outback to the red canyons in Utah, from the lonely bays of Albania to the deserts of Morocco…

Luxembourg Gardens – Photo Essay

Luxembourg Gardens provide ample green space for relaxing, sun-soaking in Paris and people-watching. When the city bustle becomes too overwhelming, meander around the paths and formal gardens, or just relax with a picnic. Kids can float sailboats at the Grand Basin, ride ponies or take a spin on the merry-go-round. Adults might delight in the on-site Musee du Luxembourg, the first French museum that was opened to the public.

Valencia like a local

Nowadays we read and learn so much about a city or a place we will visit, we see so many pictures and videos. Does it happen to you too? Already have seen a movie stetted there, maybe. So it kind of ruins all the fun and the surprise of a new place you are visiting. That did not happen to me with Valencia.

5 Days in Barcelona

Spain is one of those places I would be glad to come back again and again, always loving everything, the weather, the people, the street performers, the laid back lifestyle, the language, the music, the Food! Everyone smiles all the time. It is my happy place.

Rome in 1 day! Is it possible?

Piazza del Popolo

I had been waiting for it for a long time, but other plans kept interrupting. I was transiting to another city, I had 24 hours to at least “taste” the roman atmosphere. I knew I would come back again, and a coin tossed into the Trevi Fountain made sure that happened 8 months later, January 2017. I will let you know about that in a future post.

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