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[like action=like] All around the world tourists like you and I are an easy target for people with bad intentions. In most cases we are not familiar with the environment and we are at risk of falling for one of … Continue reading
[like action=like] Hotels are some of the oldest public buildings on the planet, and are one of the few buildings in which people spend the night, other than their own home. As a result, hotels often have a rich history … Continue reading
[like action=like] Paris. City of light. City of love. Paris has many names and according to many it is the city with the highest amount of interesting things to see per square kilometer! Everybody who visits Paris wants to view … Continue reading
[like action=like] Everybody who travels uses luggage. Suitcases are often the weapon of choice to transport a person’s belongings. Whilst a suitcase is nothing more than a large case in different sizes which you have to carry or roll from … Continue reading
[like action=like] When the word “hotel” is mentioned, a few associations come to mind: vacation, luxury, weekend getaway, room service and more sweet connections. On the other hand, hotels can also convey less pleasant thoughts: money spending, unfriendly staff, greedy … Continue reading
Barcelona is one of my favorite cities in the world; it is vibrant, close to the beach, it has great food and wine, it’s cheaper than Amsterdam and there are Zara shops on every street corner. Aside from a very … Continue reading
You just booked yourself the best 2 week vacation. You already see yourself lying on the beach, cocktail in your hand, sun on your skin. You wake up from your dream realizing the constant returning agony of transportation to and … Continue reading
April starts. The first warmer days of the year arrive; birds start to chirp in the morning; trees are getting their green color back, and the Dutch are getting ready for one of the biggest outdoor festivals in the world … Continue reading
The Scenario You rent a car. The seat adjustment cannot be altered the way you want, making your driving experience less pleasant. You reach the center of a large foreign city where you have never been. Once you enter the … Continue reading