Snapshots of Hamburg

Discovering this beautiful city through a series of snapshots...


Old Elbe Tunnel & Brücke 10, Hamburg

Walking back and forth through the 426 meter long Old Elbe tunnel made me hungry, and for that there's nothing like a yummy fischbroetchen by the harbor


Port of Hamburg

“I was born in Liverpool but raised in Hamburg.” - John Lennon


The Madison, Hamburg

A great stay in Hamburg's city center, close to the Harbor, the Portuguese quarter and the shopping area.


Snapshots of Barcelona

After a month break, I'm back! and what's better than starting the year with some photos of beautiful Barcelona?


2014, what a year!

2014 was a busy but great year!
It was a year of lots of traveling:

  • Andalucia - a hot road trip in one of my favorite places in Spain after a stop in Cordoba to visit the breathtaking Mosque, we headed to Seville and found a nice shadow under the trees at the Real Alcazar gardens and the Plaza de España arches - and oh, the food!
  • I still have to write about a weekend we spent at the beach in Rimini, another one in Barcelona, Hamburg, our first visit to the Snails Festival in Cherasco and also about a Mexican Paradise... so stay tuned for 2015!
2014 was also a year with lots of food:
And lets not forget the hotels like the Buddha Bar in Budapest and the toilet we won't forget :), the views of Seville's rooftops from the Hotel Fontecruz,  the modern Eurostars Palace in Cordoba, the comfortable 99 Bonham in Hong Kong, the Swissotel Shanghai and the weird gas mask in the drawer and even the nearby (but great if you have an early flight) Sheraton Malpensa.

But mostly, I will remember 2014 because the blog has finally started to be featured in other websites, newspapers and guides, and I couldn't be happier about this! There were the interviews with ExpatsBlog and Cheryl Howard's blog, my tips on the Radisson Blu Milan's blog, the feature on Die Zeit's Milan guide and my first article published on Matador Network (also in Spanish)! 

Happy holidays and a great start of 2015 to you all!