There is this famous song from Austria’s local hero Reinhard Fendrich „Haben Sie Wien schon bei Nacht gesehen?“, which makes your mouth watery. Let me tell you, the city is even more beautiful at broad daylight. A train leaves from Munich almost every hour. Of course you can also fly or […]
All shot with a DJI Mavic Pro in 4k.
Located on the famous Wilhelmshöher Allee – a wide boulevard stretching from the monument towering on top of the hill through the whole city of Kassel – this little Restaurant and Café offers a great brunch. Only on sun- and holidays. You’ll find fresh food ranging from oatmeal to all […]
We booked a promotional fare with easyjet to London Gatwick and strangely return from Luton Airport. This kind of thing reminds me, how huge London City has grown. Four airports offer service to travelers (City of London, Heathrow, Gatwick & Luton). Gatwick express runs every 20 minutes into the city […]
Yeah I know, it’s a chain. But hey, when do you have the chance to eat something really rare (or exotic)? See, don’t think of Nando’s like of McDonald’s, because it is a completely different experience. First of all, it is an actual restaurant. The staff is bending over backwards […]
Only 2 blocks down from the movie-famous “Blue door” in Notting Hill the Restaurant Market Thai has recently re-opened for business. It is located on the first floor (entrance is 10m in the side street). The food is very delicious. Our order consist of Kaeng Dang veggie style, a Thai curry […]
Well documented in my blog, here comes the movie from our trip to Italy. We got so lucky with the weather, it was awesome.
The eventful history of the Penisula has had many hights and lows, but Sirmione has never lost its magic. Be there Romans or Cimbrians, Goths or Avars, Scaligers or Venetians, all where touched by its fabulous charm. The island reaches out on Lake Garda like an arm. The Romans had built two […]
The View. It basically comes down to this parameters when rating the restaurant. Don’t be mistaken, the food is excellent for even reasonable prices. Yet, most people will remember the view from up here. Verona at your feet, surrounding hills with little castles and pine trees. On a sunny day in […]
Although it’s most famous as the setting for Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Verona has much more to offer. Verona isn’t short of sights besides Juliet’s “balcony” and “tomb.” Northern Italy is full of beautiful towns and UNESCO World Heritage sites, and Verona is definitely on the top of that list. The small city is located between Venice an Milano at […]