No city in Europe was such a surprise for me as Palermo. I had expectations that were low based on stories I have heard around and told by so called friends. Nothing more wrong! Once again I've been in the position to judge before seeing and to allow my prejudices to step forward. Well, a … Continue reading Palermo a surprisingly 4 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ destination. Some personal DOs and DONTs
I am passionate lately about art, mostly contemporary installations, but I do not refuse a modern art exhibition in a famous museum if I am in that city. I even started to travel especially for events as I noticed that the trip becomes more interesting and the memories are more special. So I am looking … Continue reading Two art events not to miss in Paris this summer. Travel for a reason!
We travel a lot in Asia lately and markets, by night or floating, are one of the main things to visit if you wanna understand the locals and the culture. But what's "Asian cuisine"? For us, the term refers to the foods from a region that is home to more than half the world's population. … Continue reading A guide to understand veggies in an Asian market
It's clear to see how the cultures coming to Israel have forever shaped the cuisine in glorious ways. I love the authentic dishes of Israel, and even more so the different renditions that pop up in different areas of the world. For each food there are at least a few popular variations of the same … Continue reading 5 traditional Israeli foods that are actually not hummus based
We all heard about locusts invasion in the biblical times, but very few of us have heard about the roles being changed lately. They starved us to death 2000 years ago but now we eat them and the problem is solved; a simple solution from a very ingenious nation. In Jerusalem locusts are on the … Continue reading Biblical irony in Israel or a very resourceful nation. 59 euros flight from Bucharest to Tel-Aviv to dine at Eucalyptus, in Jerusalem
Beside all the famous points of interest in Budapest, and there aren't few to check, please take your time to create a specific personal memory by visiting Budapest’s Hospital in the Rock museums, that offers a fascinating walk through the dark tunnels of a 1930s hospital. It’s carved beneath the famous Buda Castle and was built … Continue reading A weird museum to check in Budapest. 27 euros return flight from Bucharest in May
Anna Netrebko singing O mio babbino caro of Giaccomo Puccini, a proof of a genius. Enjoy and have a great day!
It is an experience once in your lifetime to see Anna Netrebko, this "Madonna" of opera, performing at Baden-Baden. In July she acts in the opera of Cilea: ADRIANA LECOUVREUR, the german premiere of the Mariinsky Theatre’s new production from 2017. I found a ticket with Wizzair memebership card, operating on the low cost airport … Continue reading 78 euros flight Bucharest to Basel, to hear Anna Netrebko at Baden-Baden in July
Forget about shopping in malls for summer and just take this flight to Athens and buy sandals. Yes you read it right. And if sandals are not your thing then Greek food is just by itself a reason to visit. Have you ever heard about the famous Greek poet Stavros Melissinos who creates sandals for … Continue reading 22 euros flight Bucharest to Athens, to ….. buy sandals from the famous Greek poet Stavros Melissinos
I found by mistake a work of art, an installation, of this unknown artist for me...and just felt in love. Well, I love to discover, and the thrill of unveiling new artists that reflects my perceptions, is just somehow too exciting not to share. Therefore for all of you travelling to Malta, please please please … Continue reading Norbert Francis Attard, a Maltese contemporary artist that worth a trip to Gozo just for himself