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Copenhagen Travel Tips.
The past month has been a busy one, as I had almost non-stop friends and family visiting. Of course they did not only come to visit Copenhagen, but also to see me. 😉 And it was a pleasure for me to show them around in Copenhagen. I personally really like it when someone provides me with a lot of insider knowledge when I travel. It makes my stay easier and keeps me away from tourist traps. I love to discover new places, but having some first hand experience is always twice as nice. That’s why I thought it was time to share some of my Copenhagen travel tips with you. These tips will help you when I am not there to show you around. 🙂
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Long time, no travels. As much as I love the change of settings and my steadier life, I sometimes miss my old busy airport life and all the traveling. That’s why it makes me beyond happy to finally have some travels on my agenda again. And this time it is something big, something I’ve been dreaming of for quite some time now. But first things first. Those of you who follow me on Instagram or have read my Travel Bucket List from this summer know how obsessed I am with the New7Wonders of the World.
Impressions from Kronborg Castle, Denmark.
Weekends are for traveling, right? Exploring new spots is such a nice way to end a week and enrich my Erasmus stay here in Denmark. I am kind of busy during the week (hello class attendance!). Therefore I only have the weekends to explore as much of Copenhagen and its surroundings as possible.
Dipping into the healing waters of the Dead Sea is truly a unique experience. Covered with mud, the Dead Sea brings my skin back to life.
THE MOMENT I put my foot inside the water, I knew there was something unusual. When I was completely in the water, my body was floating towards the surface. No matter how hard I tried to stay under the water, my body was always upside the water. After a few attempts I took advantage of that situation by reading a newspaper while effortlessly floating on the surface.
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Come fly with me, let’s fly let’s fly away…
In today’s article I would like to share with you the best seat to spot the Golden Gate Bridge before approaching the airport of San Francisco.
I think many people seem to have a wrong idea about what it means to be a cabin crew member. And sometimes I am not surprised when having a look on the Instagram feed of many “blogging flight attendants“. You will find some “cloudporn“ here (please excuse my French), a picture from the flight deck there and in between some “crewfies” of smiling crew members with red lipstick.