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Stirling, Scotland – In the Footsteps of William Wallace

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Rate our ReviewsProudly taking up position in the centre of Scotland, Stirling has historically been a place of immense strategic importance. As the saying goes, ‘hold Stirling and you hold the country’, and the tumultuous history of conflicts, plus the imposing Stirling Castle, bear testament to this fact. At the centre of these battles is […]

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Copenhagen – the Relae Restaurant – The New Nordic Cooking

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Rate our ReviewsYey, a new restaurant to visit and sample. The truth is that I love to visit and then taste the different menus offered in restaurants. It make me happy and I wish I could visit many different restaurants every day.  I really look forward to experiencing new foods.  This time, we visited the […]

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Ephesus, Turkey – Lost among (and on the way to) the Ruins

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Rate our ReviewsTurkey is a country full of big ticket attractions: there’s the lunar landscape of Cappadocia, the snow white canvas pegged across a sheer cliff face at Pamukkale, and, of course, the heady East-meets-West brew that is Istanbul, to name just a few. The ruins of Ephesus near the Western town of Selcuk are […]

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Copenhagen, Denmark……Altitude, Fear and Jelly Legs

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Rate our ReviewsCopenhagen, or København to the locals, located on the eastern coast of the island of Zealand, is both the largest and capital city of Denmark. Originally a fishing village, the now urban landscape is characterised by beautiful parks and waterfronts. Copenhagen is one of the most stunning cities I have ever experienced. Definitely […]

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Côte d’Azur, France – The Name that Screams Loudly ‘European Prestige’

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Rate our ReviewsWilliam Shakespeare once wrote „What’s in a name? That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet.” Was Shakespeare right or was he wrong? People often say that French is such a beautiful language. It sounds pleasant when you don’t understand it, and it is pleasant when you […]