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    Icelandic Adventures: Reykjavik

    Iceland has been on my travel-wishlist for a while: the rough landscapes (barren at times), the dramatic coastline, the geysers, the cute and tough Icelandic horses (I can probs fold my legs around their belly and have my feet touch each other, but they’re still cute), really spoke to my imagination, and the pictures I had seen were really captivating. The Hobbit had been before, and he loved to go back, so when we were deciding on our Christmas getaway for this year, we soon agreed on Iceland.

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    Traintravel: Like Swiss Clockwork

    One of the advantages of living in Europe is that you can get around the continent super easyΒ without getting on a plane. You can get on a train in Amsterdam and…

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    Lake Garda: Malcesine and Val di Sogno

    When you realise that either Milan, Verona or Venice is only a two-hour flight away from Amsterdam, and you get invited along for a girls weekend in Italy, it’s impossible to…

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    Dots in Dorchester

    Being in a car together, always makes for lots of fun conversations between me and the man. Don’t know why, but we tend to get quite chatty when we’re driving so…

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    As some of you might know, The Netherlands is not a very big country. You can cross it from North to South in less than four hours and from East to…

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    Daffodil Day at Keukenhof Gardens

    Wherever you live, chances are that you’ve never visited the tourist highlights of your city or country yourself. I guess New Yorkers don’t go up the Empire State Building often and…

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    Berlin Blues

    This weekend, I spent in Berlin with my man. Friday, we took a direct train from Amsterdam, and six hours later our train pulled in at Berlin Hauptbahnhof. Now, I’m not…

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    Dublin: Lively & Colorful

    There are a few countries and cities in Europe that I have not visited yet for whatever reason. I had never been to Ireland and Dublin was on top of the…