Leipzig, Germany

Located in the heart of Eastern Germany, Leipzig offers its visitors a wide variety of things to do. Leipzig is the largest city in the federal state of Saxony. Saxony is known as an innovative region of inventors and innovators.

In addition, the wider area around Leipzig hosts much of Germany’s cultural heritage. As [...]

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Vladivostok - Владивосток, Russia

Panorama of Vladivostok's main harbor.

Vladivostok is the the largest city in the southern Russian far east province. Being an important military harbor for the Russian fleet, the town still was not accessible to foreigners for ten years after the Cold War ended. Today, Vladivostok transforms into a business, conference, tourism and administration town where [...]

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Minibar transformations

A minibar has many uses. Image from Wikipedia.org – CC license.

The minibar. Container of overpriced snacks and alcoholic drinks. Completely ignored until late night. Then, with the hotel guest craving for a snack, the minibar forces itself into conciousness with a constant background humming of its refrigerator. Nearly impossible to resist.

There are certain creative [...]

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Dresden, Germany

Dresden – the pearl of Saxony and a city with its own, unique style. After the Second World War, Dresden was almost destroyed but the reconstruction made impressive progress. In 2004, Dresden became part of the UNESCO award “World Heritage Site”, and lost the status again in 2009 due to the plans of building [...]

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