Posts tagged museums

On a visit to…Karl-Heinz Limberg (Dusseldorf, Germany)

January is already behind our backs and we strive for traveling. And what about you? Did you already have the chance to travel or you have plans waiting to be realized? For us, January passed planning our year ahead and getting in touch with interesting people having the traveling bug like us. The meetings that we had recently led us to today interview. And that’s…

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On a visit to… Tsvete Lyubenova Popp (Innsbruck, Austria)

Dear all, I hope you are doing well and you already have interesting plans for the summer time. We are still waiting for hotter days here in Bulgaria but this isn’t stopping us from having long walks outside and enjoying the greenery.   Talking about greenery we will visit the greenest city presented so far on the rubric “On a visit to…” – Innsbruck, Austria. We will have…

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On a visit to… Alexandra Atanasova, Paris (France)

Alex from yogaandtea.fr is our second guest on the rubric “On a visit to…” and for me was a great pleasure writing this post. Alex is a kind of person that quietly and delicate enter to our lives, always ready to help and to hear your problems. Her presence stays long after that. Wonderful friend, deep and very interesting person, she is present in my life…

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Washington, D.C. So many museums, so little time.

Washington, D.C. So many museums, so little time! Maybe Washington is the city with the longest list of free museums after London. But wait… I haven’t finished with the good news. Many of the free museums are located between Independence Ave and Constitution Ave which means that they are all within walking distance. That sounds great, right? You are surrounded by museums, galleries, archives –…

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