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My 2017 travel highlights!

Nele/ December 19, 2017/ Destinations/ 0 comments

This year was one of much change for me. I already talked about how it influenced my professional life when I left my old job and started a new career. Today, however, I want to concentrate on everything travel-related that happened in 2017. There was a lot, and some of it represented long-existent travel goals. Let’s take a look at my 2017

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Gut Aiderbichl: On a mission to save animals

Nele/ October 5, 2017/ Destinations, Europe/ 0 comments

Gut Aiderbichl is a shelter that takes in mistreated or neglected animals, giving them a new home to live out the rest of their lives in peace. I visited their Bavarian outpost near Deggendorf during my recent trip to the area. The work this place does is great, and I’m always up for a good cause. So let me tell you a

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Get to know the best Christmas Markets in Hamburg

Nele/ December 19, 2016/ Destinations, Europe/ 0 comments

It’s the season! For me, that means Glühwein, hot chocolate and all kinds of delicious treats on the many Christmas Markets in Hamburg. If you’re in the city and you need an overview of which one you should go to, here are my favourites. Winterwunderland Jungfernstieg The Jungfernstieg is one of the most beautiful parts of Hamburg, directly in the city centre

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7 things to do in the Bavarian Forest

Nele/ August 29, 2016/ Destinations, Europe/ 0 comments

This year I visited the Bavarian Forest for the third time, with my friends and loyal Bavaria-travel-companions Nadine and Constanze. That makes it high time for some recommendations of my favourite activities in the region. So, here we go! 1. Take a boat tour on the Danube river – and visit Passau in the process Passau is the place where the three

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A day in Furth im Wald or: Meeting the Bavarian Dragon

Nele/ August 23, 2016/ Destinations, Europe/ 1 comments

Have you ever met a live dragon? No? Then you should visit the little town of Furth im Wald. It’s located in Bavaria, near the Czech border, and admittedly doesn’t sound like much at first. Certainly not like the dragon capital of Germany (if you even thought Germany had such a thing). But that’s only until you meet Tradinno. Meeting the Dragon

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