Category Archives: Europe

Antique Cars Union at the Stud Farm Traventhal

The man of my life loves antique cars. And of course he has a few. But he mainly knows and experiences the American antique cars. This last summer when we were in Europe together I took the chance to go … Continue reading

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At the Marvelous Cathedral of Bergamo

Bergamo was a short visit for me but very intense. A beautiful old city where every step is a step in history. One of the beautiful monuments I visited was the Cathedral of Bergamo, the Duomo di Bergamo. Already before … Continue reading

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Bèrghem – The City of the Thousand

Do you drink St. Pellegrino water at restaurants? Did you ever asked yourself where the water is coming from? Well, San Pellegrino is a little town in the foothills of the Bergamo Alps. Bèrghem is the Bergamasque dialect for Bergamo … Continue reading

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A Walk in the Golden Hills of Fano

Now fall is nearly gone and the first snow is already on the way in Northern Europe. The weather forecast predicts cold and rain for the next week and I believe November now starts to be what it was always: … Continue reading

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The Library of the Trinity College in Dublin

One of the ‘must see’ places in Dublin/Ireland is the Trinity College. The main reason for me was the Book of Kells. It is an illuminated manuscript gospel book in Latin and one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever … Continue reading

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