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Greetings from Nuremberg!

Nuremberg is where we spent the month of August. We were really lucky because the weather was simply fantastic during the whole month, which allowed us to travel around and […]

Interesting places around Tallinn…

Pakri lighthouse – Estonia’s tallest lighthouse (52m)… Paldiski, a former Soviet naval base known for its spectacular coastal limestone cliffs… Rocca al Mare, where you can visit the Estonian Open Air […]

Russian Theatre in Tallinn

If you find yourself in Tallinn, make sure you visit this beautiful theatre. It’s a real Art Deco jewel in the heart of the town… Thank you Urve Laanela for […]

Greetings from Tallinn…

This is Tallinn, the capital of Estonia – and also my favorite city….I could give you lots of reasons why I like it so much: it’s old (but perfectly restored) […]

Must-see sights in Tartu

Tagurpidi maja – an upside–down house located in front the Estonian National Museum. My absolute favorite! http://www.tagurpidimaja.eeAHHAA – a science theme park for families.  The centre has everything: from turning tunnels and rooms, to […]

Greetings from Tartu in Estonia

Tartu is the second largest city of Estonia and it’s often considered the cultural centre of the country. That’s because of the University of Tartu, which is the oldest and […]

Bye-bye Klagenfurt am Wörthersee

We left Klagenfurt more than a month ago, but due to some unforeseen circumstances, I couldn’t write this post earlier. I hope you’ll enjoy these photos as much as we […]

Graz – Gracious and Grand

This is what I liked about the second-largest city in Austria: Schlossberg (Castle Hill) with the clock tower (Uhrturm)The view from the hill was marvelous! 2. The double staircase … […]

Klagenfurt am Wörthersee

Klagenfurt am Wörthersee – our new home, but only for a few weeks of course… Remember, we’re digital nomads! Wörthersee (Lake Worth) – definitely worth seeing! It only takes about […]

Stari Grad on the Island of Hvar

This is the oldest town in Croatia. Apparently, it’s as old as Aristotle.. Stari Grad means OLD TOWN. You like it, don’t you? It’s marvelous, I agree. Let me tell […]

Greetings from Trogir in Croatia

It’s kind of strange to be in Croatia at this time of the year. Most cafés, restaurants and hotels are closed, and there’s hardly anyone around. Apart from the locals […]

Bye-bye Gdansk

After seven weeks, we’re leaving Gdansk. If you don’t know Gdansk, make sure you go and visit it one day. It’s such a pleasant, livable and inexpensive town. This is […]

Greetings from Gdansk!

We always feel at home in Poland. The people are friendly, the food is delicious and there’s so much to do and see. And yes, we are back! After Krakow, […]

Angla Windmill Hill

You can already see them from the road – 5 old windmills. But for a modest price of  EUR 3,50 you can actually see what they look like from the inside. […]