Posts Tagged ‘monument’

India in Brighton?

Royal Pavilion

BrightonIndia in Brighton? Walking towards the Royal Pavilion one could really think that it is in India. Only the distinctly English looking houses prove that we did not get lost and ended up in India – we’re still in Brighton. George IV of the United Kingdom had the Pavilion commissioned during his time as Prince…

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Krakow, City of Dragons – the legend is alive

dragon in Krakow

Krakow, City of Dragons – the legend is alive Once upon a time… many stories start with these famous words, the stories about dragons in Krakow do, too. Even today, dragons are very much present in Krakow and receive a great deal of honour every year.

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Hamburg – a walk through the city

Hamburg walk

There is no such thing as bad weather. Only inappropriate clothing. So, despite it spitting with rain, we put on our most comfortable shoes, got the umbrellas out and embarked on an expedition through Hamburg. Mostly on foot with the occasional metro or train journey.

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The Schnoorviertel

Schnoorviertel

On the way to The District in Bremen, our guide of “Bremen erleben” took a little detour with us and led us to the Schnoorviertel. I immediately fell in love with this corner of Bremen.

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