It’s gloomy and rainy. It’s cold and grey. But between all this glumness, there is something that shines so brightly that you don’t realize how cold or wet it is.
You feel the heat, you feel the sweat, you feel the sun. When stepping out of the Central Station, Budapest had me just because of the weather. It was in the middle of August and it was hot as hell.
Full of history and lots of authentic Irish pubs: Dublin offers a huge range of outstanding things and great experiences. Suddenly you can find yourself in old libraries or you enjoy the famous Guinness beer in one of the great pubs in the city.
When I drove deeper and deeper in the Czech Republic, I noticed that the lifestyle has changed compared to Germany. Houses were older, buildings were bedraggled and people were barely on streets.
It was a rainy September day when I first visited Amsterdam. Although it was a little hazy, I smelled the fresh air, I saw little cute and old cottages that made me feel home and I felt the easy going lifestyle that this city spread out.