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Rome - Santa Maria della Pace

Santa Maria della Pace is one of countless catholic churches in central Rome. It is unique regarding its elegant interior and white dome despite the round and more smaller architecture. It is a place you could frequently go to as a local as it transfers warmth and comfort in a very noble way. Santa Maria della Pace is located near Piazza Navona.

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Weilburg

On the Easter weekend I was in Weilburg for a few hours. The town is situated on a mountain surrounded by a steep rock face and water in a valley. On top of the mountain sits a great Renaissance and Baroque complex. It is completely preserved and inside the premises are to be visited with complete furniture. Especially recommended is a guided tour of the many wings of the castle, there are real treasures and an orangery with deceptively painted wall tiles and very beautiful Renaissance murals. The facility is located in the middle of the city very nice. Also recommended is the visit to the Mining Museum and City Museum opposite. They have many old first editions and in the Mining Museum, a great deceptively real tunnel has been created underground, which leaves one astonished.

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Usedom - Heringsdorf

Almost every year, I and my family travel to Usedom. We are mostly in Heringsdorf, a beautiful spa right on the water. I love the resort architecture there, the white elegant houses and the sense of history as you walk through the promenades and lanes. You can make beautiful trips to the surrounding villages and there is always something to see. We always go in the winter, then you have the spa almost to yourself and mostly only North Germans are traveling. The sea in the cold season has its charm in the north with us. Whatever goes with it as a little insider tip: The hidden Café Knatter am Achterwasser. This year we were once at Karls strawberry farm. ,

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Island of Djerba - Houmt Souk

When I visited Tunisia, I made a trip to the city of Houmt Souk to the Grand Bazaar. It is worth seeing and contemplative there. Of course there is a lot of market activity, but it was fascinating. I bought two gold rings and an embroidered silk scarf. Overall a very successful afternoon. I have found that I can act and discuss quite well, at least I got a salt rose from the Sahara given and my things much cheaper than my fellow travelers ...

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Island of Djerba - Sensimar Palm Beach Palace Hotel

My sister and I visited Djerba Island in early September. We were completely thrilled with the beautiful hotel called Sensimar Palm Peach Palace in Tunisia. It is a magical place to relax, unwind. The food and service were wonderful and I am glad that I can show you these pictures. You speak for yourself in this dream of hotel ...

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Usedom on film III - Achterwasser

Me and my family made a short break on Usedom in March. It was pure enjoyment again on the sea, up north, feeling the sea and the wind. I'm just a sea kid and going crazy in cities without my green and my nature and without my water nearby. A few impressions from the small village Ückeritz, which is located directly on the Bodden Achterwasser. It was late afternoon and the sky was starting to turn white, the wind was stroking the reeds and I was glad to be there. In nature, outdoors.

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South Korea - The Palace Gardens of Anapji

When I was in Gyeongju with my sister in Korea in December, we also visited the old palace complex of Anapji. It was a very cold but sunny lunch. As befits a Korean palace complex, there is an artificial lake and close proximity to nature. Hills, bamboo groves, rock springs - and, of course, beautiful pagodas where guests have been welcomed.

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Turkey - Hotel

A few impressions of our hotel. The complex was truly magical, a beautiful garden was around our room facilities. It extended to the sea, there were several restaurants, pool areas, playing fields, an amphitheater. But in February the garden was not overflowing, we had everything for us. Apart from the footballers, who regularly ran on the hotel's own jogging track, they met no soul during the day and in the evening. Incidentally, the two buildings belong to the neighboring hotel complex, which we were allowed to share. In the evening you could generally decide where to eat.

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Turkey - Water, Sea & Wind

Unfortunately, I fell ill at short notice. After Mr. T. dragged a persistent flu into the apartment, could do for a week completely nothing - and he is otherwise a very strong man - I am now the turn. Ouch. Ouch. Hust. Snort snort. Can hardly sleep because of shortness of breath, so I play at night or edit photos. Good for you, here are the next pictures of our holiday. A little more from the harbor, a skeptical Mr. T, water, waves, glittering stones.

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Turkey - Antalya

For my readers a few pictures from the port of Antalya. The wonderful view of the harbor we enjoyed on a wonderful terrace of a restaurant. You climbed a few steps up the cliffs to enjoy one of the most beautiful views in the cool shade. The food in the restaurant was also terrific. You can also see in the pictures that the whole city is built on the steep coast. The sea is always a bit far, one of the few descents to the water is the harbor. In the next few days I will work on some pictures - including the city, the hotel and my husband on the beach. So dear readers, be prepared for a true Turkish flood of images;)

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