18 November 2016

WHAT TO DO/SEE IN BERLIN #1


Berlin, the 2nd most populated city in the EU after London, was an astonishing surprise.
It was my first travel to Germany and I have to confess I was going with low expectations. I was picturing a dark and boring city, with cold and unhappy people. By the end of the trip, I left Berlin with a clear message in my mind: "I would  and definitely live here". It is a stupendous city (more info about Berlin here!), clearly a city designed for the future.

Today I will share the first post on what to do/see in Berlin. If you pretend to visit this city, keep in mind that it has a lot to offer, being a huge city, so my advice is to take 4 or 5 days days off to enjoy the city.

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22 October 2016

LA PERLA - INDULGE IN SAN SEBASTIÁN -


Last Sunday morning, my husband anI went to the thalasso therapy center  La Perla in San SebastiánWe just had to relax and indulge ourselves after a week full with flights, trips and work.

4 October 2016

DELFT - MUST DO'S


Located in the south of Netherlands, close to The Hague and Rotterdam, Delft is an old city famous for its blue pottery. It is cute and small; perfect for a stopover. 
Here are the top 5 must do's in Delft.
Localizada no sul dos Países Baixos, perto de A Haia e Roterdão, Delft é uma cidade antiga famosa pela sua cerâmica azul. É pequena e engraçada; perfeita para uma paragem rápida
Segue-se o meu top 5 do que não pode perder em Delft.

29 September 2016

THE HAGUE - HALF A DAY TRIP


Last November, during our stay in Groningen, we took the opportunity to explore other cities in The Netherlands. We had already visited Rotterdam and Gouda, so this time we decided to take a chance in Den Hague (The Hague).
The Hague, located in the western coast of The Netherlands, is the 3rd largest city in the Netherlands, and is where the dutch government administratives houses, parliament, queen's palace and others  are seatled.
Discovering Den Hague was a thrilling experience for me. The modernity and the design of the new buildings integrated with old majestic structures make the city perfect.
I could see my self perfectly living there, don't ask me why. :) It is not as touristic as Amsterdam; not as picturesque and small as Gouda or Delft...; and without the overwelming buildings of Rotterdam; but something there makes it wildly appealing!
Since we had a limited amount of time to visit the city, we had to choose carefully. So here are my top, for a half a day in this beautiful city.