Tag: travel

  • PISA is Real

    PISA is Real

    I will tell you all about it.

  • Checking Out the Nokia G60

    Checking Out the Nokia G60

    I got the Nokia G60 5G smartphone to check out. I am still learning how the Android 12 device works. For a spin I walked the famous Nuremberg Christmas Market using the camera. Impressive and fast are my first impressions. The images turned out to be sharp and vivid. I will give a full review […]

  • A Palace Is Still A Palace

    A Palace Is Still A Palace

    The 18th century residence, The Royal Palace of Caserta is a a sight to behold. While traveling around Naples a stop at in Caserta was a must. The Southern Italian city is home to last great palace built in Europe. To say the least, it is spectacular. Cause of the Covid restrictions I could not […]

  • Getting Around

    Getting Around

    I attended my first InnoTrans event in Berlin. Why would I go to a mass transit trade fair? As a person who uses public transport in every city I visit for either business or pleasure getting around is crucial. I am not a high profile magazine editor wearing Prada. During fashion weeks I jump on […]

  • The Sites From Hamburg PT2

    The Sites From Hamburg PT2

    More sites from the Hansa City, Hamburg Germany offers views from many angles.

  • Cinderella Should Be Here

    Cinderella Should Be Here

    When I saw the enchanted Schwerin Castle the fairy tael “Cinderella” came to mind. I started looking for a glass slipper. The pretty as a picture structure is a World Heritage Site. It is not hard to get to Schwerin. Meclenburg Vorpommern is a slight detour between Berlin and Hamburg via AutoBahn 24.

  • It Happens In The Reeperbahn

    It Happens In The Reeperbahn

    “What Happens in the Reeperbahn Stays in the Reeperbahn.” The St. Pauli’s Red Light district is known for sin. Historically, sailors staying in the Hamburg would visit the Reeperbahn for “fun”. Today, while hit by the tourist overload, in the evening its true character comes out. I recommend a stroll after 18:00.

  • An Ancient Allure

    The ancient ruins of Paestum Italy. The former Greek colony was founded in 600BC.

  • Still Charming Furth

    Still Charming Furth

    According the tourism board site, Furth was built after the 30 Years War in the 17th Century. The city has a relaxing atmosphere ideal for walking along the old streets. One advantage, the historical center retains its local charm.

  • The Shire Franconia Style

    The Shire Franconia Style

    I had a casual hike around the Beer Region of Franconia, Germany. The landscape made me think of The Shire from THE HOBBIT films.