Category Archives: travel

Happy New 2018!

We welcomed New Year 2018 at the roof top terrace of one of the tallest Gran Via buildings in Madrid, eating traditional 12 grapes, making wishes, drinking Cava (and seriously freezing under the wind). It was the first full family … Continue reading

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Thank you, 2017!

The pre-Xmas week was symbolic of 2017: out of nowhere, I went Malta with (practically) strangers for a couple of days. Yet another promising opportunity. The project is still under brainstorming and those strangers turned out to be incredibly smart, … Continue reading

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How was your summer?

Now, when it’s suddenly +16 and rains outside, people  began talking about summer in the past tense. Hopefully, it’s not over, but nevertheless – here is my status update on what’s going on with my summer 2017 resolutions: Get into … Continue reading

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Top must-do list, when you are travelling around Lake Constance (also known as Bodensee)

If you are already near Bregenz, it’s just 30 minutes drive to Vaduz, the capital of Lichtenstein. Just so you know – Lichtenstein’s capital is really lovely and Instagram-worthy, you can easily add one more country to the list of … Continue reading

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I eat 8 Ferrero Rochers while reading Mindy’s “Why not me”

Why Not Me? is a perfect holiday reading: easy, funny, witty and still an insightful story!!! If you don’t know Mindy – she was a star and a writer for The Office sitcom and then went on to create her … Continue reading

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All the light we cannot see

Just finished All the Light We Cannot See: a story of un-seen connection and dependencies between a young German soldier and a blind French girl during the WWII. This story was hugely popular during the divisive, violent and intolerant 2016. … Continue reading

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Why some countries call themselves “small”?

I have recently realized that Swiss people say “we are a very small country”. Which is obviously very funny to hear, when you come from Luxembourg. The only other nation that I remember casually and convincingly using this expression is Israel. In … Continue reading

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