While I am way too old to seriously be fanatic about an actor or singer, I could feel my heart […]
Archive for ‘Destinations’
On a sunny afternoon in early October last year, which happened to be the day of my birth, I sat […]
Belvedere Palace, Vienna, Austria.
My most important reason to visit the Belvedere Palace in the third district of Vienna was the world’s largest Gustav […]
Frank O. Gehry Architecture in Düsseldorf, Germany.
When I started looking into Frank O. Gehry’s architecture, my first impression was that it’s like Friedensreich Hundertwasser without dazzling […]
On a rainswept day in Brussels. And an update.
Last Saturday, I did one of my notorious day-trips, this time again to Brussels (Belgium). It could have been […]
Letters: Paris Street Signs.
Have you ever taken notice of street signs while wandering around a city? I mean not only casting a short […]
Maria Laach Abbey and Lake Laach in the Eifel region, Germany.
The medieval Benedictine Abbey Maria Laach and the nearby Lake Laach in the Eifel region in Rhineland-Palatinate (Germany) are a […]
Monochrome Madness Week 6: A wedding in black and white.
This is the pic I submitted to photographer Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness Week 6. The link to her site and […]
Goethe and the city of Wetzlar (Hesse, Germany): The sorrows of young Werther.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749 – 1832), the famous German poet, worked at the Reichskammergericht in Wetzlar as an intern […]
This is the Rue des Bouchers in Brussels, Belgium. This street is part of the medieval old town of Brussels. […]