Sodom and Gomorrah in Northern Europe

You all probably  know the cities mentioned in the biblical book ,,Genesis”. Yes, they are cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. These cities lay at the Jordan River. And this area was in Genesis compared to the garden of God. In the Christian and Muslim tradition, Sodom and Gomorrah are the symbol of hardened sin, fall, and God’s…

Experience village life in Holland from 17th century

Zaanse Schans. A unique restored village with windmills, hard work and lots of cheese farms and clogs. Today the village serves as an open-air museum. Tourists from around the world come here to experience Holland in the 17th century. I also had a chance to be there and come back in time to see it. The Netherlands isn’t just Amsterdam…

Dinner in hell or in heaven?

Day 2 in Saint Petersburg. In the morning, when I took off the blue curtains ,that fell to the ground, I was  very  surprised. I stared at a gloomy day. It rained, and I knew it was cold outside. I still could not believe I should wear two sweatshirts and a warm vest in August. But such weather there…

Hills and water of Alps in Austria

Another day, another experience. In my previous post,  I briefly introduced Bad Gastein as a destination of our vacation. We took a walk through the town and climbed Stubnerkogel, one of the famous mountain in Alps. So the next day after Stubnerkogel, we decided to explore Bad Gastein’s surroundings a bit more, despite mild tiredness….

Head in the clouds in the Austria’s Alps

Literally. Bad Gastein. Spa town on the south of Austria, surrounded by misty mountains and endless forests. Forget big cities and capitals and crowded streets full of noise; nature is true heaven for me. Thing to notice – Bad Gastein is truly living by label “spa town”. Most of the people you meet are tourists….

Trapped in a maze of Berlin

Yes, looking at you, U-Bahn! We are sitting in bright yellow bus. Tired, but relieved.  Weather is rainy, so it’s good to hide somewhere. With around 25 kilometers in our feet, head full of memories and phones full of pictures, we can finally enjoy few hours of rest. It’s sunday afternoon and we are on…

Lost in Pushkin town

I didn’t spent my first day in Russia only in Saint Petersburg. But also in the small town named Pushkin. This town is separate but still falls under St. Petersburg. There is the Carskoje Selo also called Catherine Palace, and here is the legendary curse of the Amber Chamber. Read more and learn more about…

From Russia with love

What do I think about Russia? What did this country give me? Lots of travel experience,  i felt surprised. I don’t know, every land, like every human is different. i can’t describe my feelings, because traveling is my life and i love everything about it, that means i love every country, every culture and every…

Huntress of the dawn – progress of a morning runner

It has been a while since I wrote about becoming a morning runner. What has changed since that time? And, most importantly, how did it affect my life? These are my humble observations I made on a way. It might help you consider take up running in the morning (or running overall): My physical condition…

The place where princess Die died

My Parisian adventures were great, despite the fact that I don’t consider Paris to be such a romantic city, like many people think and say. But this city is still interesting by its own way. It’s typically french, everybody is speaking only in french language, everybody is reckless in love, drinking red wine, kissing under…