Howth is a beautiful village in the Howth Peninsula that can be found north of central Dublin. You can either take the train from Dublin Connolly, or Dublin Bus number 31/a from Talbot street towards Howth Summit. If you are taking the bus, I would suggest you stop in the village.
Beautiful Ireland – Bray to Greystones
Along with the spectacular view of the coast, you will also might be able to spot lizards, dolphins, the basking shark, and different species of birds.
So many waterfalls – Iceland part 3
Actually close to Seljalandsfoss you will have other 2 small waterfalls, and at the end of the track you will find the best waterfall ever. It is hidden behind the mountain. You can go and walk behind it as well, but you will do it through a river.
Golden Circle – Iceland part 2
It was time for Golden Circle to show us its beauty. We started the day at Gullfoss waterfall that is located in the canyon of Hvítá river. It is spectacular. You probably spoted the waterfall inVikings.
Magical land – Iceland part 1
The Viking Flóki Vilgerðarson was the one that gave the name of the island. When he climed the mountain he saw Arnarfjörður fjord full of icebergs and named the island Iceland. […]
The country of Schnitzel
Vienna is known as “City of music” because of the musical legacy, and “City of Dreams” because of Sigmund Freud – world’s first psychoanalyst.
A weekend in Eindhoven
Although it was short and rainy, we did enjoy the city. Eindhoven is for sure on our “coming back to you” list.
Malaga and its castles
The post from today is all about our last day in Malaga. We had a really late flight back to Dublin, the sun was up in the sky, no sign of rain so we decided that this is the best time to explore the city.
Spain – Selwo Aventura Estepona
After a good night rest we woke up to what will be our second day in Malaga with a bigger thirst to explore the area. We had the tickets for the bus to Estepona already bought, so […]
It is an outstanding zoo! The decor is very well designed with rocks, trees, and drawings to mimic the actual environment that the animals were coming from. We got a bit of rain while visiting, but it wasn’t that bad, as you have loads of trees and roofs that you can stay under.
A short stop in Frankfurt
On our way home, to Romania, we stopped in Frankfurt for few hours. We left the luggage at the airport, and off we went to explore the city. There is a short ride by train from the airport to city center, approx 30 minutes.
Denmark, you are beautiful! – Part 2
We first stopped to Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød, Denmark. Built for King Christian IV, in the early 17th century, Frederiksborg Castle is the largest Renaissance residence in Scandinavia.