It’s excruciating to wait for your summer vacation while you start to see every one of your colleagues starting theirs and it starts to get really quiet in the office. So here I am still planning mine and just flipping through my archives from the past for some inspiration. And then I remembered, I never … Continue reading What I Did Last Summer, Part I: Stockholm
Phew! Feels good to be back. After a month of hiatus, well, not really because my instagram is still quite active. In short, I was slacking off. Well, not from work per se, because I was literally so busy but you know, instagram is the easy way to post. A few pics in, sometimes a … Continue reading Getting Hammered at Porto São João!
Maybe Ben Stiller has to shoot the next museum night in Paris. With the gigantic labyrinth that is the Louvre, he has plenty of space for his epic chases plus a collection of famous artworks to be brought to life. I have been staying here in the city of love for 2 years now so … Continue reading Night at the Museum
You have been warned. I can't stress it enough. This will probably be my most colorful post. Last weekend we went to Keukenhof in the Netherlands, famous for its collection of just all types of tulips with access to views of tulip fields carpeting vast arrays of land. We are probably on the cusp of … Continue reading All About Flowers
Now we go to the south of Europe for one of the most beautiful cities in the world. I’ll be terribly biased by the way, because it is my favorite city (next to Porto that is) so there’s really nothing here but all good things about this city. I’m talking about the capital of Andalusia, … Continue reading The Queen of Andalusia
One thing about Florence: FLOCK OF TOURISTS! In big cities like Paris or Berlin, you will definitely encounter throngs of them, oh wait, I belong to the crowd... throngs of us, I mean. But normally the crowds are just along the famous sites which are more often far apart so you have a huge space … Continue reading 3 Short Tips to Enjoy Florence
Before I came to France, I only had the slightest idea of who Monet and Cezanne were. Probably an art connoisseur is cringing the moment he comes across this page but yes, for an average person it’s definitely not common knowledge. Looking at their paintings though makes you feel a bit nostalgic. For sure, you saw … Continue reading Musée de l’Orangerie, The Right Kind of High