Despite being forewarned I booked a couple of nights in Berlin on a boat. While Germany has a lot to offer, Berlin is more of a party town and the night clubs are extremely popular, with a techno beat. However I was hoping to immerse myself deep into the heart of this historic area and […]Read More A couple of days in Berlin
Praha or Prague is a very famous city in the Czech Republic, I must say that I’ve read about in fictional books and was ignorant to the cities actual existence until this recent trip. However very much like the books Prague also has a fabled Gulum who may or may not have been a real […]Read More My favorite things to do in Prague.
The Belvedere palace was built in the early 1700 century for prince Eugene of Savoy. The palace consists of both an upper and lower section joined together by beautiful fountains and gardens. Admission to the exterior portion is free and the tours inside are available for a price. To be honest I spent about five hours […]Read More The Belvedere palace
The other day I had my daughter on the phone and she was looking up things to do while I’m in Austria.That’s what got me pointed to a butterfly garden. The Butterfly House or Das Schmetterlinghaus is essentially a greenhouse located next to Burggarten in Vienna . The fee here was $7euros and it was worth […]Read More The Butterfly House in Vienna
I spent most of yesterday in a fairy tale world full of fountains; flowers and horse-drawn carriages. While it was quite beautiful unfortunately the Schönbrunn castle was a bit of a tourist trap. However everything wasn’t for sale and I did flash a little cash on a whimsy. I started my day at the largest and […]Read More Schönbrunn Palace
While visiting in Slovakia I found myself near a cool cave that I wanted to visit. However this cave was about 14k from my lodging and I wouldn’t have enough time in my busy schedule to walk there. I must say after researching the nearby cave I really wanted to go, so one morning after […]Read More BYSTRIANSKA CAVE