Saturday afternoon is the best time to embark on an adventure. And if you embark on adventure the first rule is to always pick the biggest adventure you can find. The biggest adventure we could find has 7541 piece and is called “75192” – the Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon.
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We enjoy walking from Starnberg to Andechs. It’s just the right distance to justify a nice Haxe at the end of the tour. This weekend we were in for a special treat as Andechs was fully covered under a blanket of snow.
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After many years we are back at Fabian’s childhood holiday destination, Fanø. Two weeks of sleeping and long walks on the beach to get a much needed rest.
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How do you spend your honeymoon after such a wonderful wedding? There is only one way: On your own boat cruising the Bavarian Riviera.
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Here it is! The big day! 14 years after we first met in a street corner in Berlin Wannsee, we are finally getting married
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When equipment improves, skills eventually require improvements, as well. Therefore, we decided to spend a weekend in Berchtesgaden to improve our landscape photography skills. And we stopped by the “once-in-ten-years” Passion Play in Oberammergau.
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Ski jumping may not be the most exciting sport of all but its only 1.5h from Munich to onr of the biggest ski jump events of the year, the Neujahrsspringen of the Vierschanzentournee. And what else is there to do on early new year morning than to catch a train. Continue reading “Neujahrsspringen in Partenkirchen”
After a Friday night (steak at Goldenes Kalb and great wine at Franks) and a lazy Saturday, its time for the mountains. Garmisch Partenkirchen is only 1:20 by train from Munich. But the panorama of Zugspitze and Alpspitze is breathtaking.
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Nanjing greets us with a beautiful sea of morning fog below us (or air pollution but only hardcore rationalists would ponder over the difference). From our room on 69 floor, we have a view on the lake and the hills in which the Sun Yatsen memorial lies.
Nanjing is so close to Shanghai but we never managed to visit. Until last weekend. Patrick gave us a nudge. Well, Nanjing is indeed worth a visit.
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For our 9th anniversary, Michi organized a surprise brunch at Waldof Astoria, today. We started out with Champagne and Oysters in the Long Bar. The Oysters are the best we have had in Shanghai so far. Continue reading “Oyster Brunch at Waldorf Astoria”