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    FLORIDA: WHAT TO DO IN MIAMI BEACH & TIPS (PART 2)

    What else can you do in Miami Beach, about my first interview and where am I travelling for a pre-Christmas city break? For more, keep reading.  Continuing my “What to do in Miami Beach” series, here is a second part, where I share more tips with you. In case your are new reader, make sure you check part 1 as well, by clicking the following link :  FLORIDA: WHAT TO DO IN MIAMI BEACH & TIPS (PART 1) 7. WATCH SUNRISE/SUNSET AT THE BEACH One of the best memories in Miami Beach are definitely sunrises. Every morning (well, almost) I would wake up really early, head to the beach and…

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    A short trip to Stockholm

    I feel like there were a few places I recently wrote about, which I have visited before. So I was just re-visiting. And now I can finally say that I was visiting Stockholm for the first time. Stockholm has been on my bucket list for quite some time  and as soon as I saw an opportunity to go there I grabbed it – of course! Me and my mom went on a two day trip to Stockholm during our stay in Copenhagen. We flew there early in the morning and flew back to Copnehagen the next day, late in the evening. It was only one hour flight so we had plenty of time.…

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    USA diaries : Miami Beach

    Even though we visited United States last september, I thought I would make a post about our trip. Plane tickets were a birthday gift from my better half. He told me he made a reservation almost two months before my birthday and couldn’t wait for my birthday to come. When the day when I turned 22 finally came, he gave me an envelope with plane tickets in it. It was official – we are going to Florida! You can imagine what my reaction was like – emotional rollercoaster. Florida has been on my bucket list for quite some time. This has been my third time going to United States but I…

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    Tuscany diaries: Heading up North

    After five days spent in the heart of Tuscany, beneath green hills, vineyards and authentic villages, we packed our bags and headed up North. After a two hour drive our first stop was Pisa. Everytime we visit Pisa, we get the same impression. At least for us Pisa is quite hideous city with the majestic architecture. As soon as you find a parking spot (you need to be lucky and have a lot of patience), you have to deal with Africans and other refugees trying to sell you things like bracelets etc. At first they play it nice, but as soon as they realize you are not going to buy anything from…