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Last day in Lucerne and onwards to Zurich

Last day in Lucerne and onwards to Zurich

After “couple” of weeks brake, we finally decide to go back in time and continue telling about our Lucerne and Zurich. So…Day 3 After waking up the the view from window greeted us with a very snowy sight, which in itself isn’t bad but slightly didn’t go with our primary plan. And the same cloudy, snowy weather had been promised throughout the whole day. We checked Mt. Pilatus webcam and certainly decide that this trip we will not be going…

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The chance to say “Hello” to Amsterdam.

The chance to say “Hello” to Amsterdam.

Everybody wants to make their flight booking as “profitable” as possible and we‘re  not an exception.  When we’re booking a flight we check many different booking systems, plan and compare different routes to reach our destination. It’s not a secret that to buy indirect flight is often more cheaper but also might add couple of extra hours to the journey. But then again, you can spend the time between flights by discovering some new location, as we did Amsterdam. Who…

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Our visit to Lucerne, Switzerland

Our visit to Lucerne, Switzerland

Here we are, finally in the “snowy” Switzerland after long waiting. Our plane arrived to Zurich airport and we straight headed to the railway station located at the airport. Train system in Switzerland is advanced so it has a wide cover of area and trains go quite often. Our ride to Luzern took about one hour and from there we continued to our apartment by foot, even tho we were greeted with small rain on the way, we love challenges:)….

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Dachau – Concentration Camp

Dachau – Concentration Camp

We all have heard of the horrible things that happened in the past in the camps like Dachau. It was the dark chapter in modern Europe’s history, but just hearing about it doesn’t really compare to actually visiting these places. Right from the beginning there came a chilling feeling while reading the info sings near the entrance and it kept rising the whole way through. First a little background info, Dachau was the first concentration camp that was opened in…

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Grossarl

Grossarl

Grossarl, a small beautiful town situated about 70 kilometers from Salzburg, surrounded by mountain peaks of Austria’s biggest National Park High Tauern (original name Hohe Tauern). Have you heard of it? We hadn’t until last summer.   We had four days off work and free summer days shouldn’t be wasted.  We already knew that Austria has a lot of beautiful locations to offer. We also wanted to travel on budget, so we just went to Booking and chose the apartment…

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