3 cities 1 week

3 cities 1 week

Hey you guys!

I know, it’s been like forever since I wrote and truth be told I have binge watching Orange is the new black since I came back from my vacation (oh life priorities).  Just finished season 4 yesterday and it’s just sad what happened (please no spoilers for others) but it’s just a show right?

First of all, I PASSED ALL MY COURSES for this semester! I feel like my mind checked in on another planet ever since we got summer break and I don’t want to be social with people and be for myself. Sure I have met few friends but I guess we all have those periods that we just want to be alone and truth be told I’m so sick of people who one day want to be with you and next goes M.I.A and flakes on you. Screw them right now! Yes, I’m little annoyed at them but I’ll get over it. Start meditating again and step into my positivity bubble and just breathe, things will be alright!

In my last post, I mentioned that I was on holidays. We visited 3 cities during one week time, yes it was kind of hectic but I loved each and every city in their own way. The first stop of the trip was Vienna, Austria! I just have to say that it is a lovely city of culture, nice people and atmosphere (FYI there were many hot guys there haha). It was cool to see where Mozart lived and see all the wonderful buildings (especially their parliament house)

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The second city that we visited from Vienna by train was Prague, Czech Republic, which in my opinion is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe but also very touristy. We walked so much and I think we covered almost everything like the famous clock, Charles bridge, Old town square since it’s not the biggest town and I just loved the view of the city.

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The last city that was on the map was Berlin, Germany and I just have to say that it is also one of my favorite cities in Europe now. It was a mixture of historical landmarks yet very up to dated and modern. I don’t know it felt very “powerful/emotional” that so much happened there (sad things) and it’s what you read in books, to see where the Berlin wall used to divide the city and visit Checkpoint Charlie and the memorial place for the jews. We also saw places like the Olympic Stadium and Brandenburger Tor where people were watching Euro Cup because Germans take football really seriously and it was really fun to see that because in Sweden we don’t have things like that (outdoors “events”). Overall the trip was really nice even though I was walking around with a map of the city concentrating to not get lost haha. I would totally recommend these cities! I posted more pictures on my Instagram for those who want to check them out!

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I just wanted to give you a quick update of the trip and just write something! I hope you all are doing well and enjoying the summer. Gotta sleep now ❤

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6 thoughts on “3 cities 1 week

  1. I know a few people who love Berlin. The only one of these cities that I’ve been to is Prague, on a freezing cold November weekend. My ever-optimistic wife took suncream! Did you listen to some Mozart when in Vienna to get in the mood? Tell me it wasn’t Justin Bieber?!

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