Elementary, my dear Watson!

I remember reading the Sherlock Holmes’ ”The Hound of the Baskervilles” when I was a kid and being totally fascinated with the characters while trying to guess who the murderer is going to… Continue reading

Sláinte!

The first word that I learned in Dublin was sláinte, pronounciated slauncha, which means cheers or good health. I find it also one of the easiest Irish words. If you love beer the Guinness Storehouse… Continue reading

On the other side of Europe: Dublin

Of course my first thing to do exploring Dublin was joining the free tour. (We just love free tours!) The Dublin guide was hilarious and well read, the perfect combination if you ask… Continue reading

A Day at Lago di Como, Italy

During my stay in Milan I had a lovely and relaxing Sunday visiting Lago di Como – the third largest lake in Italy and one of the deepest in Europe. There are a… Continue reading

Italian Bistro Pesto in Sofia, Bulgaria

In the winter we feel nostalgic for the nice summer places we use to visit, so we decided to share one of our favourite places of the summer which luckily is still open… Continue reading

Why We Love Free Tours

The free tours became the very initial part of every trip of mine. There are a lot of perks. The biggest is that you will feel a lot more oriented in a city… Continue reading

Tourist vs Local: Vienna

I ‘Tourist vs Local’ rubric aims to present a certain destination with two different perspectives. It’s amazing how different a city can look like through the eyes of a local and someone who… Continue reading

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