Saint Petersburg, Russia: Majestic and beautiful 

One of our favorite spots of the cruise to the Baltic Sea was definitely Saint Petersburg, Russia. It really is one of the most beautiful places that we have ever visited! So make sure it is now in your bucket list! We needed a visa to enter Russia, and given our history (ha ha) we…

Noma: dinning at the best restaurant in the world

Noma is a restaurant in Copenhagen which has been in the top five best restaurants in the world for more than 6 years. The chances of dinning there are almost impossible, and getting a reservation is extremely difficult! In short, it is a challenge to dine at Noma! It all started on March 29th when…

Riga, Latvia… A gothic historical city with a modern touch

After arriving to Riga’s Old City Center and getting a glimpse of its modern part trough the bus that we took from the cruise port terminal to the Riga Palace, we were astonished! The enormous monument that firstly caught our attention in the city center which is recognized as world heritage by the UNESCO, was…

Tallinn, Estonia… A city like no other! 

Tallinn, the Capital City of Estonia is surely unique! Not only because its old town was recognized as world heritage by UNESCO, but because it is truly like no city that we have ever visited before. It manages to mix and mingle everything; and that can be perceived in every single bit of its culture,…

Helsinki, the Jewel of the Baltic

During our cruise ride we got to see beautiful sights of the Baltic and its islands… The cruise from Stockholm to Helsinki was definitely worth it! Our first stop in the cruise was Helsinki. Off we went and jumped into the hop on and hop off bus, which was just standing outside of the cruise….

Stockholm: the capital of Scandinavia 

We flew from Charleroi Airport in Belgium to the Sweden Skavsta Airport, which is a 1 hour and 20 minutes bus ride away from Stockholm City. We exchanged Euros to Swedish Kronas in the Airport. We stayed in a quite nice location, in the Östermalm district. A posh residential neighborhood which is trendy and popular,…

Trash day in Maastricht! 

Here, in Maastricht, taking your trash out is an activity on its own. It depends on the neighborhood that you live, but in the Avenue Ceramique area, we must take the trash bag from the Gemeente Maastricht every Tuesday night. That is a white and red bag that needs to be placed outside of the…

Giethoorn: Holland’s best kept secret… a MUST visit!

A mom and friend of Jack’s school had told us about a little town in the Northern part of The Netherlands… Giethoorn. None the less, we didn’t look into it too much, so the advise just stayed untouched… It was until a video started to go viral on Facebook that we really got interested in…

Mörsdorf: A charming German village 

As we had been living with the clouds for the past couple of days (literally), because the weather had been bad in our surrounding area, we decided to explore Germany. After driving for 2 hours, and leaving the clouds behind, we arrived in sunny Mörsdorf. Mörsdorf is a little village located in the  northern part…

The North Pole: WINTER WONDERLAND, The Finnish Lapland

In the beginning of February, we looked at the temperature in Saariselkä, a little village up north located in the Lapland of Finland, it was -37 Celsius Degrees… we were frozen already and we had not even arrived there! Our best bet was to stock ourselves up quickly with the right clothes to stand such coldness!…