Come, come to Rome

A city where every corner is a part of history, a huge ‘outdoor museum’ with great pizzas and gelato. I ask for nothing else.

Maximizing MAXXI

The MAXXI (Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo) is a national museum of contemporary art and architecture, designed by the great late Zaha Hadid. I bought the Roma Pass and this museum is included. Didier Fiuza Faustino, Exploring dead buildings 2.0, photos © Inexhibit, 2015

I (am)sterdam. Are you?

After Groningen, we stayed overnight in Amsterdam before going to Rome the next morning. It was not my first time in Amsterdam. But of course, the city has (too) many to offer one can only venture a small part of its beauty.

Giethoorn in January

January 2016, we went to visit a friend in Groningen. He took us to Giethoorn, a village in the Netherlands that is known as the “Venice of the North”. Well, I guess the cloudy, cold and sometimes raining weather made the village… less lively. Giethoorn

My best friend’s wedding

Aarhus – Berlin – Madrid – Barcelona – Sitges. The route I had to take for… as you can read from the title, My Best Friend’s wedding!

(Still in the making of) La Sagrada Familia

The construction of Sagrada Família started in 1882 and infamous architect Antoni Gaudí became involved in 1883. Yet, the making of this grand cathedral still continues and is estimated to be finished around 2028.

The Great Parc Guell

The park was built between 1900 and 1914 and was officially opened as a public park in 1926. Another brilliant work of art of Antoni Gaudi.

Museo de Sofia

Be a part of 20th century art. Enrichyourself and be awed at Museo de Sofia.

Fight (live, dress and eat) like the vikings!

July 26, 2015. It was raining last night. We took the 18 bus to Moesgård. Everyone in the bus jittered with excitement. Last stop. Saw the post sign. ‘Viking Moot’. Into the woods, muddy, wet, cold. About one km walking into the forest, heard horse’s steps. A lady, all dressed up in viking attire, rode…

Once upon a time in Rosenholm Castle

Hornslet is only 30 minutes from home or around 45 min from Aarhus, be enchanted by Denmark’s oldest family-owned castle, Rosenholm Castle.

Seeing Sculpture by the Sea

I think the name says it all. renowned as Denmark’s bigget outdoor art exhibition, Scupture by the Sea 2015 took place in Aarhus, from June 5 – July 5 2015.