5. February 2018

Germany: Nuremberg

Why Germany? As a small marketing campaign,  Tes and I started a tour through Germany in autumn 2017. We were planning to visit a total of 13 cities, all of […]
5. February 2018

Germany: Bayreuth

An afternoon in Bayreuth After our visit to Nuremberg we set off to our accommodation for the night – Bayreuth. Unfortunately, we only had a few hours to explore the […]
5. February 2018

Germany: Dresden

A beautiful old-town The state capital of Saxony offers with the Frauenkirche, the Zwinger, the Semperoper and countless other buildings an incomparable, history drenched old town. The city itself ranks […]
5. February 2018

Germany: Berlin

The capital – Die Hauptstadt We came to the city with a Flixbus and used public transportation to get to a friend´s apartment. He hosted us for four days and helped […]
6. February 2018

Germany: Hamburg

The sights Hamburg is with almost 2 million inhabitants the second largest city in Germany, putting Munich in third place. The town has approximately 2500 bridges – more than Venice, […]
6. February 2018

Germany: Stuttgart

Stuttgart – I like it better somewhere else I’ve been to Stuttgart a couple of times, but never really acquired a taste for the city. Even if you search Google […]
6. February 2018

Germany: Muenster

Muenster – much nicer than expected Originally, a visit to the city with 300,000 inhabitants was not planed, but a spontaneous idea. In the end, we were both positively surprised […]
6. February 2018

Germany: Cologne

A city with lots of history The city of Cologne can look back on more than 2000 years of history. Founded in 19 b.C. as a Roman colony, the town […]
12. February 2018

Ecuador: Tena – Amazon

Tena – the gate to the Amazon Tena is a city with 20,000 inhabitants and located on the border to the rain forest. Most tourists come to the area to […]