Palma, small and divine.
One of my first ever posts when I created my blog was about the city where I was born, in fact, I published it on April 2nd, my birthday. I have been updating it. I did not want to leave anything nice untold, but it was becoming a bit long, so I created this other […]
The neighborhoods on either side of Central Park are called the Upper East Side, on the east to the East River and the Upper West Side on the west to the Hudson River. Shall I tell you about some of my walks around these neighbourhoods? UPPER WEST SIDE I’ll start in the west, where I […]
Harvard & houses. Boston.
Boston is one of my favorite cities in the United States, it is also one of the oldest. In Massachusetts was the place where many of the classic American writers created their works. I told you about Nathaniel Hawthorne in my post about Salem. Louisa May Alcott wrote “Little Women” in Concorde, a house I […]
Nashville, more than music.
The small city of Nashville, the so-called city of music that I already told you about, is more than a few streets from which melodies and songs emanate and today, I am going to show it to you. I go for an early walk in the morning and I first pass by the Hermitage hotel, […]
Pollensa and its Port.
It’s been a long time since I told you wonders about the corners of this beautiful island that I call home, today the map takes us north, to Pollensa. The town shelters much of Mallorcan history. I will start walking along Cecili Metel street, where there are two medieval wells, the Verger and dels Tiradors, […]
I arrive in Bermuda in February 2022, the first time in more than 20 years since last time, and I must say that not much has changed. It’s one of those places that I could say stays exclusive. Tax haven and place where insurers flourish. Famous for the intriguing triangle it forms with Puerto Rico […]
Christmas in Brisbane, Australia.
A few years ago I enjoyed Christmas in the tropical state of Queensland, specifically in the city of Brisbane, where my good friends Andrew and James live, the parents of the three beauties of which I am their mommy number one, Odi, Otto and Red. I already told you about them in my post about […]
Today is my first visit to Cologne. I take the train from Bad Honnef. I love to travel by rail, I find it very romantic, I can read while I arrive at my destination. Cologne’s central station “Hauptbahnhof” is next to the Cathedral, not ideal, but convenient. There she is, the iconic Cathedral “Köln Dom”, […]
I have visited this small German city on several occasions, the first time when the Christmas markets filled its squares, I had never been to any German Christmas market before and I was dazzled like a child on Twelfth Night. On the Münsterplatz (Cathedral Square) stands the imposing statue of Beethoven, in front of the […]
Here I am, in the capital, I’m going to be a tourist. I stay in a very central hostel where they treat me wonderfully. I just passed the covid, I know that it is not fashionable (says my friend Marco) but it has left my immune system very weak, and the saying “Madrid kills me” […]