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Winter Visit to the Fairytale Castle of Neuschwanstein

How are you doing peeps! I hope everything is going good out there and that, your first day of March is starting wonderfully!  It is such a long time I haven’t visited this blog. It is time for another update! This time, I will bring you to winter wonderland,  in one of the most beautiful  […]

Passing-By Esztergom While River Cruising in Danube in Hungary

That was a wonderful time cruising in Danube River in Hungary. The sky was blue and was simply a perfect weather for sightseeing. Danube is the second longest river in Europe after Volga. I had the chance to have a mini-cruise in this part of Europe. One of the places we passed-by was Esztergom. My […]

Sagrada Familia in Barcelona

I want to go back to Barcelona! Yes, I really want to! Visiting it for a day is not enough. Barcelona is one of the cities I visited in Spain last year. Sagrada Familia, one of the famous sights in this city is truly a must-to-see.  This Roman Catholic Church is designed by Catalan architect […]

The Medieval Town of Rothenburg ob der Tuaber in Bavaria

Everytime I visit this town, I always see tourists from different countries. Many are from China,  Japan or Korea  and even from different countries in Europe.  I noticed they way how  they  speak and their  looks. Rothenburg ob der  Tauber is a beautiful medieval town in in the district of Ansbach of Mittelfranken (Middle Franconia), […]

Countryside Trip to the Fairytale Castle of Neuschwanstein

You might be thinking that you will just see it only  in films or movies when  seeing such a beautiful castle like Neuschwanstein.   I believed I am so lucky to see this castle   many times. I am trying to remember now  how many  times did I visited it. My first visit was in 2006. […]

The Royal Palace of Brussels

It is over two years now since  I visited Belgium.  From our 3 days trip in Paris,  France we took the train in going to Brussels.  That  actually a European tour with a friend from the US. She stayed in Europe for almost  three weeks and we toured to the different countries here including Italy, […]

Countryside Trip In Vernazza, Cinque Terre, Italy

It was so far one of the most memorable travels I had last 2011.  I never expect that I can visit the lovely villages of  Cinque Terre in Italy. Cinque Terre which means the “Five Lands” or “Five Villages”  is listed  in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It consists of the five coastal villages of […]

The Ulu Cami or Grand Mosque in Bursa, Turkey

Bursa was one of the cities we visited during our 10-day trip in Turkey last September 2011. It is a is a city in northwestern Turkey and the fourth most populous. The mausoleums of early the Ottoman sultans are located in Bursa and the numerous edifices built throughout the Ottoman period constitute the city’s main […]



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