Archives for April 2016

Monday Escapes #33

One more wonderful week is about to begin, and nothing better than to start with Monday Escapes. Last week was Packing my Suitcase’s birthday, 2 years of travel blogging for me everyone! To celebrate it with you, I have books to giveaway on the celebration post, so everyone is invited to take part! Also, this […]

2 years of Packing my Suitcase

Pixabay 2 years ago I was in a hotel room in San Marino, it was Easter and our first trip of the year. I had a full time internship with PR and I came up with the idea of starting my own blog. The category? I didn’t need to think twice, a travel blog. My […]

12 things that really matter about hotel rooms

Pixabay Nowadays you can find a whole bunch of things in a hotel room. From fancy shower gel to expensive champagne, some hotels go way beyond the basic and think of every detail that can make you happy during your stay. Meanwhile, there are those hotels that don’t even offer the basic, just because, why go to all […]

A day trip to Chiemsee from Munich

Chiemsee is a freshwater lake located around 110Km from Munich. It was formed about 10,000 years ago at the end of the last ice age. It is also called the Bavarian Sea, because seriously, it is huge. When driving past the lake you would think it is the sea, especially during summer when it’s packed […]

Monday Escapes #32

It’s time for Monday Escapes once again! We hope you all had an amazing weekend and that your week start with the right foot this Monday. Spring is slowly coming to Germany and this week we are supposed to reach 20C, so I’m definitely excited! Last week we had amazing posts on Monday Escapes #31, […]

Visiting the Bastei Bridge

The Bastei Bridge is a very famous landmark in Germany, if you like Pinterest you probably have seen a picture of it somewhere. The bridge is located in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains in Saxon Switzerland National Park, around 42 Km away from Dresden. The bridge has been on my list of places to visit in […]

10 must do’s in Dresden

30 years ago a visit to Dresden would have been impossible. After the WWII the city became part of Eastern Germany (DDR) and was closed to the outside world. In 1990 with Germany’s reunification, the process of reintegration of the city to the rest of Germany began, and so did its restoration. One thing is […]