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Today at 8am I was set to go to Monza. Yesterday at 6:30 pm while driving home I thought the breaks were feeling funny. Since a lot of the drive there is through the Alps I decided to get them checked out this morning. As we speak the back brakes are getting replaced hopefully I […]

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After a lot of waiting, a lot of talking and a bit of planning this is finally happening.  I am going to Monza to see F1 race this coming weekend.  I am not sure what to expect, except for a lot of noise and testosterone around and a sea of red and yellow flags supporting […]

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After less than a stellar day behind the wheel yesterday today we are back to travelling on foot  – true and tested.  It looks like there might be a thunderstorm later on today so we are getting out for gelato early.  These are some of the beautiful homes on the same street where we live, […]

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Today we had 3 entertainment options on the table.  City Park which we still have not been to, inside tour of the Imperial Castle or the Nuremberg Zoo, overwhelmingly the kids decided on the Zoo.  The Zoo is located in Nuremberg Reichswald, which is an old imperial oak forest, southeast of the old town. With an area […]

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Earrh Quake


Earlier this week it was no flight for you!  Today an earthquake.  Technically, I think it was a tremor but since we never experienced one we are calling it an earthquake. Boris and Evelina were getting ready to go to the old town while we were sitting and relaxing like we do most of the days, […]

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Abu Dhabi

Arabian Nights

Sandy beach and a 5 start hotel in Abu Dhabi!  Check Tickets and transfers – Check Suitcases, swim shorts and sun block  packed – Check Train tickets to Munich and back – Check No line up at the business class check in at Etihad Airlines – check …but the computer says NO to the passport  requirements ! […]

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The Big Three

It is hot.  It is 33C and on the cobbles in the old town it is even hotter.  It feels like we are walking on a frying pan.  Seeking shade and some reprieve from the heat wave instead of exploring the old town we decided to revisit the three big churches in Nuremberg.  The beauty of these […]

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A year has come and gone.  So far we have visited 11 countries and what seems like innumerable number  cities and perhaps even more restaurants and shops.  We walked what seems like hundreds of kilometres on old cobble stones, consumed pounds and pounds of gelato and drunk gallons of espresso and wine.  The blog has had over 22,000 […]

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