Italy is always worth a trip. And if you are as much into mountains and water as I am you definitely should visit lake Como. To avoid the crowds, we decided to go in October. Not the best choice if you want to go swimming or sunbathing but you can enjoy all nice spots without having to queue for ages.
After some days in New York’s Lower Eastside we decided we were ready for the busy streets of Midtown.
If you are driving the Ring Road coming from Reykjavík, you cannot miss the 40 meter high waterfall as it’s not far away from the road. There is a path behind the waterfall so you can actually go there.
We checked in our little boutique hotel in the middle of Key West. We had a room basically right at the street. That sounds weird but it actually was a nice one as the city is so relaxed and we had a little veranda perfectly suited for a drink and a cigar in the evening.
Visiting Edinburgh has been one of the most surprising citytrips I ever had. I didn’t really know what to expect except bad weather conditions and whisky but the little town by the sea swept me off my feet.
Iceland has always been a country on my secret bucket list but yet when it came about planning a much needed holiday, there have always been destinations that won the pitch. So the little vulcanic island at the edge of Europe remained undiscovered – until that day in September…