2020 was different. Especially for all those who love to travel or visit sightseeing spots. But also those who love to head to Museums didn’t have a lot of time to actually visit them. That’s where the virtual experiences come into play!
Right now there’s not much you can actually see or visit, but fortunately the light and art installation in Munich is available for free and entirely outside!
My parents absolutely love to shop here, and if you got a car and are interested in designer clothes – then this might be a good place for you as well!
Every time we headed to the airport, we spotted old planes on the left, and every time we talked about how we wanted to head there. This year we finally did!
Last year we headed to Venice for New Year’s, and even though I read a lot about it beforehand, there were still a lot of things I didn’t know.
I usually head to amusements parks when it’s warm, and I’ve covered three seasons so far: spring, summer and autumn. But 2019 was the first year when I had the chance to head to Gardaland in winter, and the experience sure is different from my visits so far.
Venice is one of the most well-known cities in Italy, and numerous tourists flock there every year to explore this beautiful city. In 2019 I was one of them.
For the first time ever we headed to the Lake Garda in Italy during the winter months, so we had no idea what to expect. What we found were two Christmas markets that offered nice mulled wine and interesting decoration.
We first spotted a picture of this wooden structure at the f.re.e fair in February, and then later when my parents were out to look for mushrooms in the forests close by. Both time we though it looked really interesting, and this September we finally had a closer look.
Thierry Mugler Couturissime is an exhibition in the Kunsthalle in Munich, and it is really really impressive!