Travelogue: Czestochowa, Poland

I thought of doing a travel weekend post since I just realized I haven’t even continued my Eastern Europe travelogue. Actually, I’m thinking of doing this every weekend, though I hope I won’t run out of countries to talk about. LOL! How I wish! 😀 I love to reminisce anyway. It brings back the excitement, happiness, and tears of joy as I…

London’s New Year 2012 Countdown Fireworks

Sorry guys, I just felt the need to share this video. I’m still on a New Year’s high anyway. I have yet to post my New Year’s outfit, nails and bag so wait for it… wait for it… wait for it… 😀 No words can really describe how London celebrated New Year. Nothing compares. It’s the best I’ve seen so far. While…

Travelog: Warsaw, Poland City Tour

One of our longest stay in our Eastern Europe trip, aside from Austria, was in Poland. On the way to Poland, I can’t help but wonder why were we staying there for five days! I didn’t had any idea on what to expect. From Berlin, entering Poland seemed like we were in some rural area. Architectures were different and it kinda reminded…

Travelog: Dresden, Potsdam, and Berlin Germany

Dresden is the capital of the German federal-state of Saxony. Like most cities in Europe, it’s also rich in historical background. In 1945, its historical center was 75% destroyed by Allied bombing, but now, it has completely transformed. Would you believe, some people even find Dresden nicer than Prague (check out my Travelog: Prague, Czech post)?

Travelog: Prague, Czech

After our heavenly shopping and sightseeing around Vienna (as I shared in my previous post), we crossed the Czech border. Passed by Bohemia and Moravia until we reached Prague, the capital of Czech. This is where I have experienced the longest walk in my entire life- really a lot of walking, more than my walkathon in Rome! Touring anywhere in Europe involves a…

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