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Bye-bye Poznan

After two months, it’s time to say goodbye to this fascinating town. On this occasion, I’ve selected a few pics for you… Stary rynek (the old market) with its gorgeous […]

The Botanical Garden in Poznan

The Botanical Garden is a research and teaching division of Adam Mickiewicz University. It was officially opened on 13 September 1925. The Garden covers an area of 22 hectares and it contains over […]

A visit to the small zoo in Poznan

There is a small zoo in Poznan which is free of charge. This is a type of pigeon. I hate pigeons but this one was special. There were several types […]

Greetings from Poznan in Poland

Let me tell you this – I love Poland! It’s one of my favorite countries. It’s beautiful, it’s civilized and people are incredibly friendly. Which is why I’m always happy […]

Bye bye Wismar and Germany

The time has come to leave this wonderful town. I would like to share with you some random photos I took during our stay in Wismar. The view from our […]

Güstrow – a place to visit

Güstrow is the seventh largest town in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. The name Güstrow comes from the Polabian Guščerov and it means: lizard place (although I didn’t see a single lizard!) This is the post […]

Warnemünde – a port that never sleeps

While sipping our afternoon coffee in one of the cafés in Wismar, my boyfriend read in one of the local newspapers (yes, he speaks German!) that there would be a beautiful Russian […]

Teterow – quaint and interesting

Situated in the center of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Teterow is a quaint little German town with an old-world charm and a very interesting history. There are two remaining gates of the ancient city wall: the 14th-century Malchiner Tor (today […]

Rostock – A Town Rich in History and Culture

Rostock is a town of many interesting monuments, beautiful gabled houses, great churches and impressive gates. In 2018, this seaside town will celebrate its 800th anniversary. Many monuments were built in […]

Rostock Zoo

I never know whether I should hate or love zoos; I feel bad about displaying captive animals but I’m aware of the fact that there are also many benefits of […]

Lübeck – a gem awaiting to be discovered

Lübeck is a town of tall brick churches, small brick houses with crow-stepped gables, cobbled streets and many tell-tale signs of its remarkable past. It is a city in northern Germany and it was a key […]

Schwerin – a fairytale town

When we left Portugal, we were really worried about the weather in Germany. But the weather here is, actually, amazing. It’s hard to believe that we are NOT in July. Everyone […]