Category Archives: Food&Travel

  • Schlosshotel Kronberg, Germany

    Posted on August 30, 2015 by in Food & Travel, Food&Travel, Recommended, Restaurants

      There are some moments in life, when one just wishes to turn a back to the day-to-day reality and drive away to an enchanting castle. Opening a new chapter in our life and embracing a new carrier challenge which may soon require extensive travelling abroad, we decide to spend some time together in a […]

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  • Amsterdam

    Posted on January 25, 2014 by in Food&Travel

    It is summer and our spirits are longing for an adventure. Longing to be touched by beauty, to be surprised, to be revived and invigorated. Longing to disconnect from the daily routine and simply to take the car and drive away. Should we drive north, south, east or west is always the question. East from […]

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  • Aphrodite Hills, Cyprus

    Posted on July 18, 2013 by in Food&Travel

    They say that Aphrodite was born from the purest white foam of the sea, swept ashore by Zephyr’s gentle breeze. It is easy to forgive the naivety of the ancient Greeks, attributing the origin of this myth to a mere poetic inclination, but not until one sees the vast expanse of endless azure of the Mediterranean sea, teasingly changing colour from the lightest […]

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  • The French Macaroon, Maison Ladurée

    Posted on August 5, 2012 by in Food&Travel

    It is early in the morning and we are excited to step on the train heading south to Paris.  Only one hour away, we have never been so thankful and glad for high the speed train and modern technology. There are so many places that may draw one’s attention while visiting Paris. Should we climb […]

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  • Soaked in honey

    Posted on August 5, 2012 by in Food&Travel

    The Christmas and New Year season has not finished yet and we find ourselves at home already dreaming of a summer holiday. Is it the darkness of the days or the coldness of the nights that makes us dream away, I really don’t know, but around this time of the year we seem to come […]

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  • Turkish Delights – Istanbul

    Posted on July 10, 2012 by in Food&Travel

    They say that Istanbul is magnificent and before even setting a foot on its streets, I knew the saying would be true. In my heart and in my dreams I have already visited Constantinopol, I have walked in the inner court yards of the sultan palaces, I have smelled the scents of the street bazars […]

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  • Pullman Aachen Quellenhof

    Posted on June 3, 2012 by in Food&Travel, Recommended, Restaurants

    There are many special places, significant both for Swa and myself, where we frequently like to travel to and find beauty and rest. Whether this will be a short romantic weekend trip, or a longer holiday, the roads to France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Turkey, Greece… seem to know our trails. Every holiday holds a […]

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  • Covent Garden

    Posted on March 20, 2012 by in Food&Travel, Markets

    Don’t you just love London? Its colours, its pace, its smiling, purposefully-vibrant people? There are many places in the world where I can feel at home, but non like London, Covent Garden and partiqulary the British Museum. Every time I go back there I feel like coming home. Very strange indeed, as I have never […]

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  • Crete – a childhood taste

    Posted on March 16, 2012 by in Food&Travel

    A few days of sea-swimming and sunshine is all that we need to wash away the weariness of the business day-to-day life and to unite, once again with nature. Our hearts are at peace, our minds at rest, our souls radiant with happiness, our adventure spirits eager to venture on the road and discover Crete’s ancient […]

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  • La cucina Italiana

    Posted on February 25, 2012 by in Food&Travel

    Resent business trip to Milan. Only hard work and no time for sight seeing, yet a last minute purchase from the airport is letting me take Italy home with me. The choice was not easy. Do I buy a well-rounded and well-rested piece of ham? Do I go for the tempting varieties of chocolate delights? […]

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