Black Forest

A day in the arms of Mother Nature!

I never realized that even a weekend trip could refresh oneself so much. Now I understand why the Black Forest area stands out as one of Germany’s most favorite holiday spots!

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Prague Trip

My short trip to Prague

My trip to Prague was rather short. Probably it would be eclipsed by my earlier big trip!

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Paris Trip

This blog is about my four days trip to Paris.

This was a place that I had dreamt of visiting for quite a long time. A capital whose history is eponymous with wealth and power, a city whose name is synonymous with art divine, the unquestionable fashion capital of the world and a place renowned for its world famous cuisines. In almost every aspect Paris quenches the thirst of its ever growing visitors and admirers.

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Würzburg Trip

My solo trip to Würzburg

Würzburg is a place filled with some fine buildings. It’s a must see for people who love history and architecture.

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Italy Trip

A post about my four day trip to Italy in which I covered Venice, Florence, Pisa, Rome and Vatican as much as time permitted!

How many days do you get to wake up in the morning and see a river flowing right beneath your window? How many times in a lifetime do you get to end your evening walk amidst a world wonder? Have you ever taken the road which “really” leads you to Rome? Italy gives you a chance to do all this and more!!

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Berlin

My solo trip to Berlin.

I am just back from a hectic day of touring Berlin (central area). I was so tired at the end of it all that I could barely move my legs to catch my return train. Yet here I am, a day later, trying to put into these few words what could, perhaps, be one of the most engrossing capital cities of the world!

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A Trip to the Medieval Ages

As I travelled back from Rothenburg a realization dawned on the atrocities that were carried out in the name of tradition and religion; something that was once so omnipresent in Europe; and to think that even the now modern Europe was under the grip of the dark ages centuries ago!

Rothenburg ob der Tauber or the old city of Rothenburg is perhaps one of the very few cities that comes bundled with its own city wall. It’s not just about the city wall or the museums that’s fascinating about this place, what strikes one the most as they enter one of the entrance towers of Rothenburg is how the whole town has been fabricated as one single historical unit.

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