Tag Archives: travelling

Lucky vs non-lucky 

It’s a very fine line, apparently. My flight today to Copenhagen was delayed for 2 hours today, so Swiss issued lunch vouchers for all passengers. I was feeling very annoyed, obviously, and did not like the kinds of food in … 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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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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I have not really thought about it…

This is why holidays, new countries, extensive reading and spontaneous conversations with strangers are so good! Here are a few things/facts/theories/suggestions I am happy to share: About hotels During days and weeks spent in hotels, I have tipped maids, room … Continue reading

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Already missing Maldives

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Hong Kong & Art Basel

Hong Kong looked and felt a lot more like China and less like Singapore. Good or bad. Entertainment, restaurants and taxis are very affordable, but it’s no longer a shopping paradise (unless you are 145 cm tall, size XXXXXS and … Continue reading

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New Year with Jeff Koons in Paris

Wonderful party, great food, almost got expelled for shooting  bonfires on the streets of Neuilly (boring), tried Uber for the first time, Diana got lost at Centre Pompidou (and then found riding the elevator) – everyone,  wishing you a great … Continue reading

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