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    Charles Darwin Research Center

    The Galapagos Islands of Ecuador are already itself a true paradise, with breath-taking nature, exotic animals and crystal clear water surrounding it. The true star of the island remains although the Galapagos tortoise. This impressive reptile can weights up to 250 kg,...

    by Charlotte in What to see Puerto Ayora, 5 years ago
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    Parc Güell

    The Park Güell is probably one of the most famous sights of Barcelona. . It is one of the masterpieces of Antonío Gaudi, who has left his traces in many parts of the city. The park, which is situated on the Carmel Hill in the district of Gràcia, was built between...

    by Charlotte in What to see Barcelona, 5 years ago
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    Blue Spring

    Here another homage to one of my multiple second homes: Florida. The sunshine state is most known for its long sandy beaches, its never-ending summer and its spring break parties. But the state has a lot more to offer and is the home of many beautiful places that are...

    by Charlotte in What to see Orlando, 5 years ago
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    The Ardèche River

    The Ardèche is a river that flows in the south of France, in the inland of the country. It is 125 kilometres long, from which especially the so called “Ardèche Gorge” (canyon), a 35 kilometresection of the river is known to be especially beautiful and famous for...

    by Charlotte in What to do Montelimar, 5 years ago
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    The prison of Alcatraz

    Normally I always like to write about nice and scenery places that I enjoyed the sight of or where you can do great things at. This article is about a little bit something else: the Alcatraz prison. Not really a place you want to spend your holidays or that is really...

    by Charlotte in What to see San Francisco, 5 years ago
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    Grand Place

    Talking about all those exotic and foreign places I am totally forgetting about writing more about my own little and beautiful country: Belgium. I know it is really tiny and a lot of people haven’t heard much of it, not to mention visited it, but it does hide some...

    by Charlotte in What to see Brussels, 5 years ago
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    Sugarloaf Mountain

    Rio de Janeiro is one of the most incredible cities I have ever been to. There are hardly any other places in the world where jungle, metropolis and beach are found in one and the same place. Situated in this incredible bay, with the Atlantic Ocean on the one side and...

    by Charlotte in What to see Rio de Janeiro, 5 years ago
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    Moliets plage

    Moliets is situated in the south of France, in Les Landes, in between of Biarritz and Bordeaux, right on the Atlantic Ocean. It is about a half hour away from Hossegor and just a little more than one hour from the Spanish boarder. Everybody who doesn’t have anything...

    by Charlotte in What to do Biarritz, 5 years ago
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    Carnival in Cologne

    As a current resident of the beautiful city of Cologne I have to tell you something about the probably best five days of the year in the dome city. Every year, sometime in February or March (always six weeks before eastern), it is time for carnival and then the city of...

    by Charlotte in What to do Cologne, 5 years ago
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    Plitvice Lakes

    The park consists of 16 lakes, numerous little waterfalls and beautiful green surroundings. The lakes are situated on different levels and naturally connected to each other. The Plitvice Lakes are also the home of Croatias biggest cascade, called “Veliki Slap”,...

    by Charlotte in What to see Zagreb, 5 years ago
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    El Born

    It’s been a little more than a year now that I fell in love, I fell in love with Barcelona, its streets, its buildings and its atmosphere. When I arrived to Barcelona in August 2014 I didn’t expect that leaving this place five months later could be this hard. A...

    by Charlotte in What to see Barcelona, 5 years ago
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    Abracadabra Ice Cream Factory

    As a lover of everything sweet and especially ice cream I have to tell you about this special ice cream place I discovered while living for one year in the United States, in Florida. Abracadabra Ice Cream Factory is, as the name says it already, a magical place, where...

    by Charlotte in Where to eat Kissimmee, 5 years ago
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    Hanauma Bay

    Hawaii is known as one of the most cherished paradise islands of the world. I count every person very very lucky who gets the chance to visit this stunning corner of the world. While studying abroad in the US I was one of the fortunate ones to spend my holidays on the...

    by Charlotte in What to do Honolulu, 5 years ago
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    Puente Nuevo

    Ronda is a small town in the south of Spain in the province of Málaga, it is situated in between of two national parks and, seen from the city of Málaga, a little drive into the inland. The town doesn’t consist of much, still tons of tourists find their way here...

    by Charlotte in What to see Ronda, 5 years ago
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    The Iguassu Falls

    When I think of paradise I imagine a place that looks a little bit like the Iguassu Falls: Rainbows, tropical butterflies, palm trees and countless small and bigger waterfalls. Situated on the boarder of Argentina and Brazil the Iguassu Waterfalls are one of the most...

    by Charlotte in What to see Foz do Iguaçu, 5 years ago
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    The Oktoberfest in Munich is the biggest beer festival in the world and something everybody who has the chance should at least visit once in a lifetime. It is the role model of all beer festivals in the world, where it is copied many times all around the globe. But the...

    by Charlotte in Cafe, cocktail, beer Munich, 5 years ago
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    Central Park

    The Central Park in New York is probably one of the most famous parks in the world (if not THE most famous one). It is situated in the middle of New York City, in Manhattan. There is hardly any place that I can think of that appears in more movies than the Central Park...

    by Charlotte in What to see New York, 5 years ago
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    Cup & Cake

    Here an advice for everybody in Barcelona who wants to give themself a special treat, who is craving something sweet or just wants to try the best cupcakes in town: Cup & Cake. They are a little chain and have four cute shops in Barcelona. The one I always went to is...

    by Charlotte in Where to eat Barcelona, 5 years ago
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    Dutch flower fields

    The Netherlands is a beautiful country with a nice coast side, the great capital of Amsterdam and many cute towns worth a visit. But a special highlight are the colourful flower fields in Holland, which bloom only from the end of March till the middle of May. Most of...

    by Charlotte in What to see Amsterdam, 5 years ago
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    La Barceloneta

    A long sandy beach, the blue Mediterranean Sea and the silhouette of the famous W-Hotel: that is Barceloneta beach. A beach that is known and visited by millions of tourists every year. I have to admit that when I arrived in Barcelona for my semester abroad, I was not...

    by Charlotte in What to see Barcelona, 6 years ago
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    La Barraca, Tarajalejo

    Source Today I want to share with you one of the yummiest places I have been eating at in whole Spain! It is situated in Tarajalejo, a small fisher town in Fuerteventura. I know, it is not really a place where a lot of people travel to, but if you are ever making...

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    The Rock

    Where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean Sea- in between of the European and the African Continent there is: Great Britain. Sounds wrong? Well, but it is true, at least a little piece of the British territory lays exactly here, in the south of Spain: Gibraltar,...

    by Charlotte in What to see Gibraltar, 6 years ago
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    Market of Marrakesh

    Coming from Western Europe a trip to Morocco is already a little bit of an adventure itself. The culture, the buildings, the people, the food, nothing looks like we are used to it at home and even if it is just a few hours of flight away, landing in Morocco feels like...

    by Charlotte in What to do Marrakesh, 6 years ago
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    Penyal d’Ifac in Calp

    Calp is a small city located on the Mediterranean Sea, around one hour from Alicante. It lives mainly from tourisms and at first sight it looks like a typical little tourist town, just consisting of a long beach and some hotels and restaurants. But Calp has a tiny...

    by Charlotte in What to see Alicante, 6 years ago
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    The cliffs on the coast of Lagos

    The city of Lagos, in the south of Portugal, is a beautiful historic place to visit on the coast of the Algarve. But what is even more worth seeing is its unique coast with the impressive sand-coloured cliffs. The coastline is full of little bays, beautiful beaches and...

    by Charlotte in What to see Lagos, 6 years ago

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