Madrid is a city I wanted to visit before the pandemic. Was a journey that took me by surprise – with a mix of Brussels friendship, Flamenco, Passeo de Prado Art Walk, tapas in Mercados, sunsets, Spanish history and busy streets, as a preview of the days to come.Continue reading “‘De Madrid al cielo’ mix”
October flashbacks, as one fall in Brussels was unforgettable because was all about Art Nouveau. Inoubliable. Made many notes and photos so I don’t forget. Art Nouveau and Art Deco Biennale was a celebration of Architecture and design variety of buildings in Brussels.
Where to begin?Continue reading “Brussels – Art Nouveau Marathon”
Starting a districts round, as Berlin is divided in 12 administrative districts, each of those with many neighborhoods. Tiergarten is a huge urban park that is now part of neighborhood Mitte (Middle). Used to belong to West Berlin before the Reunification. The former royal park is now open to the public and is a great connection from the West part to the center.Continue reading “Berlin & Tiergarten”
This week of 4-10 November 2019 is a very special one in the German capital because it celebrated the 30th anniversary of the fall of Berlin Wall with “storytelling” events and art. This autumn, I am still processing this week and the 6 months since I live here.Continue reading “A world without walls”
Lovely city. Beautiful as the name. Baden Baden is a spa town and perfect day or weekend trip from Stuttgart during autumn.
L’art se porte bien. During autumn, I revisited some of my favorite places and discover a new one, La Galerie Vivienne in the 2nd arrondissement.Continue reading “Perfect Paris”
You probably did not expect this, but Stuttgart is part of a wine growing region and has many hills, with 400 to 600 staircases called “Stäffele” in the lovely local dialect. In the past the staircases served as access to the vineyards. Continue reading “Viewpoints & vineyards”