Jan 21

Review of the Hilton Danube Waterfront in Vienna

 

Vienna is a town that holds mystique for visitors from all over the world. It lives up to its charm certainly, but it also comes at a cost for logistical things like hotels, restaurants and transport. Read the rest of this entry »

Jan 19

Enjoying delicious, healthy and affordable meals while traveling: Is this even possible?

 

One can eat very expensive, complicated and elaborated meals or one has to conform to still overpriced, but bad, touristy targeted meals. For many travelers it seems these are the only options available while traveling. Read the rest of this entry »

Jan 19

Great Pizza in Bratislava Slovakia

Primo Amore for us and many others takes the prize as best pizza place in the city. It lies within walking distance of the historic center and yet it is enough off the beaten path that you won’t find many tourists here, but lots of locals clamoring for some home made Italian in the heart of Slovakia.  Read the rest of this entry »

Jan 16

Paso Robles, Santa Ynez and San Luis Obispo: immersing ourselves in the less known wine country of California

I was not sure what to expect when arriving to California. I have heard it is beautiful and the lifestyle was quite nice but I have heard that about many other places and have not really been impressed once getting there. Read the rest of this entry »

Jan 14

Getting from the Vienna airport to Bratislava Slovakia

 

Two of Europe’s smaller yet scenic capitals are around only an hour from each other. Vienna and Bratislava. Whether you are coming in straight from the Vienna airport and want to go to Slovakia, you are returning a car there or its just logistically easier as a day trip, the Vienna Airport bus to the Bratislava main bus station is the best way to get between both locations.  Read the rest of this entry »

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