Cesky Krumlov is a small medieval town situated in the south of the Czech Republic, built in the 13th century. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site (which means it holds big cultural significance in this world) with a meandering river that curves along the town, and its architecture has remained […]

The Friendly Guide to Cesky Krumlov   Recently updated !

If you have ever been interested in where I come from and what my home-state has to offer – scroll down! My husband Aldin and I had the opportunity to spend 3 weeks in my hometown in southeastern Connecticut, USA.  It was more of a holiday for him than it was […]

Holiday in Connecticut, USA

The Zotter Chocolate Factory is a family-run business and farm located in the small town of Riegersburg, Austria. This family owned company is run by the whimsical chocoletier Josef Zotter, who’s smiling, chocolate-covered face is on their official website. Worldwide, they sell hand-made organic and fair trade chocolates with both […]

The Amazing Zotter Chocolate Factory

Ah, Salzburg. I had the opportunity to spend my 28th birthday weekend in this picturesque UNESCO World Heritage Site city. Translated as ”Salt Castle,” Salzburg is bordered by Germany and the Eastern Alps. Some people may connect Salzburg to where Mozart was born, while others know of “this old city’’ […]

A Guide to a Fabulous Weekend in Salzburg

My husband and I spent 2 days in Graz — Austria’s culinary and cultural capital– and I must say, we really enjoyed the city, even despite visiting during a heat wave. In addition to this, the 2 1/2 hour train ride from Vienna to Graz was like a fairy tale with […]

30 Things I Like About Graz, Austria