• Tim Raue Restaurant Berlin
    Food,  Germany

    Tim Raue Restaurant in Berlin

    Anyone who is interested in the world of gastronomy has probably heard the name of Tim Raue, the Berlin Michelin starred-chef, also known as one of the best of his generation. The excellent series of “Chef’s Tables” from Netflix has also devoted an episode for him. So it is quite natural that, once we booked our tickets for Berlin, we thought it would be an opportunity to sit at his table.

  • Week-end in Berlin
    Germany

    Our week-end trip in Berlin – Day 1

    For a few years, my husband has been longing to go to Berlin. As we were planning on a short trip for our third-year anniversary, we first hesitated between Rome and Berlin. We had both visited Rome but separately. But then, it made sense that it was better to go on an adventure and discover an unknown destination together – therefore, Berlin it was !

  • Czech Republic,  Food

    Pasta Fresca Restaurant in Prague

    There are a few restaurants that will leave you incredible memories. Pasta Fresca in Prague was one of them. We decided to have dinner there after reviewing the best recommendations in the area on TripAdvisor. We got quite lucky when we arrived as the restaurant was full and we didn’t order table; but we arrived on the exact time when a couple left the restaurant and got therefore a free table for us! Many other people however were turned back. So my recommendation to you is that you should definitely book a table!

  • Food,  Ireland,  Photography,  Travel

    A week-end in Dublin, Ireland

    I used to dream of exploring Ireland and its green countryside for a few years already. In October 2016, time finally arrived for the big trip! Arriving to Dublinย with my boyfriend, we started to wander into the irish city with its singing accent, its numerous pubs and shops and especially, its very welcoming people. Here is the recap from this amazing week-end.

  • Galilee
    Israel

    A romantic Week-End in the Galilee region, Israel

    As we got some days off for Shavuot holiday here in Israel, we decided to go and have a nice Northern-Israel trip. For those who donโ€™t really know what Shavuot holiday means, here are a few words about it: Shavuot is one of the Shalosh Regalim (Three Pilgrimage) which are 3 major events in the Jewish year (the 3 are Pesach, Shavuot and Sukkot) as in the ancient times, these 3 holidays were the only times the Jewish people were going to Jerusalem from all over the country to visit the great temple and participate in big festivities and ritual worship. Shavuot is the first harvest time of the year…

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