View of Bologna from the top of the tower degli Asinelli. At the start of 2020 we could still book trips impulsively. The world was my oyster. One day I was having one of those days at work when I got a text from a friend saying "Me and a couple other girls are going … Continue reading Ciao Bologna – highlights from the friendly Italian capital of knowledge
I was taking a nice walking tour in Zagreb when the guide asked if we knew where the oldest pharmacy in the world was located. Very confidently I said Tallinn, since that's what I was told when visiting Estonia, ironaically (or maybe not) during a free walking your in Tallinn. He smiled, clearly expecting the … Continue reading Where is the oldest pharmacy in the world?
Finally, I was able to take a long holiday. Not wanting to stay local (tired of staycations), I took the plunge and booked my first trip abroad after the pandemic took over the world and robbed us from the things we loved the most. I debated for a fair amount of time whether I should … Continue reading Back “on the flight” -The streets of Zagreb, Croatia
Another week, and another destination. This time we're virtually landing in Copenhagen, one of the cities I definitely wouldn't mind living in at least for some time. For the five years, I lived in London, I always found cheap flights to the Nordic capitals. Of course, whilst the flights were cheap, the destination is amongst … Continue reading Postcards from Copenhagen
I loved Prague. It was in 2017, and I couldn't be more excited. Two of my best, closest friends were coming along. In a single trip, I was going to finally meet the two cities I wanted to go the most in Europe at that time - Prague and Vienna. And while my expectations of … Continue reading Postcards from Prague