Looking back on week 41

Travelling can be strenuous and confusing from time to time. That’s especially true for big cities and airports. We already write guides for airports we’ve been so far, but now, there’s a new series: Top things to do and see! Two posts are already online and we hope you like it. But not to forget about our “usual” reviews and ratings of hotels and lounges!

Do you like a rustic, luxurious style? The Alpina Dolomites Gardena in South Tyrol may be the perfect hotel for you!

Alpina Dolomites Restaurant

Mountain Restaurant (Image Source: Alpina Dolomites /

Who of you can pronounce Chopin right? Well, here’s at least help for Warsaw Chopin Airport.

Warsaw Chopin Airport

First top things to do and see – Amsterdam makes the beginning!

Amsterdam Grachten

As Stockholm is very popular and a real gem, we decided to review the extraordinary Vasa Museum!

Vasa Museum Stockholm

Bern follows. Top things to do and see in Bern!

Bear Park Bern

There are many hotels in Chicago. Is the Ivy Boutique Hotel an option for you?

Ivy Boutique Hotel King Suite

The world of airport lounges is big, but not always worth to invest time or money. Our opinion of the Jet Lounge Vienna.

Jet Lounge Vienna Buffet

A real gem, but still underrated! Our enjoyable time in Riga, Latvia, reviewed!

National Library in Riga

Living close to the border means having the opportunity to discover cities in neighboring countries. Szczecin!


Plus a first impression of the Novotel Centrum Szczecin, known for being the best house in the city.

Novotel Szczecin Centrum Working Table

So many things reviewed so far. Time to dream yourself away to the Hotel Casadelmar Porto Vecchio in Corsica.

Casadelmar Porto Vecchio Restaurant

Restaurant View (Image Source: Casaldelmar Porto Vecchio /

Last but not least, our photo of the week. Seems like the duck found a real oasis in the heart of New York!



7 Comments on “Looking back on week 41”

  1. Love this post! I really wish I had a chance to check out Riga when I had a layover a while back. Keep up the great work 🙂

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