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Posts from the ‘Switzerland, Austria, Germany’ Category

15
Apr

Easter Breaks – Sunshine, City & Ski Breaks

One Easter Sunday, many moons ago, I remember there was some confusion over the delivery of our Easter eggs. My Mum was adamant the Easter Bunny had delivered them, but being the playful bunny he was, he’d hidden them somewhere in the house. Thus ensued a frenzied search for our eggs made of chocolate. We ransacked the house for hours, but it was fruitless. The eggs were nowhere to be found.
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28
Jan

The Ultimate Ski Breaks

DSCN0600I may not be the best skier in the world, but I love it. Standing on top of a mountain, blue skies above, glistening snow at your feet and a litte voice in your head saying “Are you really going to this? Throw yourself down the side of a mountain?”   Read more »

5
Jun

Summer Festivals around Europe

Photo Credit: Camp Bestival

Photo Credit: Camp Bestival

 

It would be easy to move from one city to another, crossing countries and continents, taking in a festival of one kind or another every day of the year. Summer is the crest of the wave, taking advantage, no doubt, of the dry fields and grassy verges on which pagodas, tents and stages are erected in preparation of a day, weekend or even week long festivities. Read more »

13
Dec

Family Ski Breaks

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It’s no secret that a ski holiday is a luxury these days, so to consider taking your family off to the slopes, you need to do your research to get the best deal. Read more »

29
Aug

Countryside Breaks

I don’t know if it’s because I’m getting older or the fact that I live in the city, but I’d take a holiday in the countryside over a city break anytime. Walks around hidden, tranquil lakes and grassy mountain trails, drinks by the fireside in small, local bars and drives along narrow, country roads with random pitstops in tiny villages and towns. Read more »

29
Sep

Creative Holidays – Painting, Writing, Crafts & Photography

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I speak from experience when I say our creative aspirations are often neglected. How many times have you heard people say “I’ve always wanted to write a book” or “I used to love painting, but I just don’t have the time now”?
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