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The Juno in the locks of Sjötorp on the Göta Canal

The Göta Canal aboard the Juno - the way is the destination

The Göta Canal - a journey through Sweden The Göta Canal has been haunted on our travel wish list for a long time. Ever since I read a report about this waterway in Sweden, which connects Gothenburg to Stockholm, I've wanted to sail it myself. And if so, it should be done on board the historic river steamer Juno, the oldest registered passenger ship in the world. The Juno was built in 1874 ...
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Documents to the Pilgrim Fathers in the Museum in Leiden Holland

Pilgrim Fathers Museum in Leiden Netherlands

What do the Pilgrim Fathers have to do with Leiden Holland? Very easily. Before the Pilgrim Fathers began their journey to America, they tried to lead a life according to their ideas in Leiden. The Pilgrim Fathers belonged to a group of radical religious separatists. They renounced the Church of England and demanded the autonomy of their congregation. The ...
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Petar enjoys our boat tour through Leiden Holland

Get to know Holland from the boat

Getting to know Leiden Holland from a boat We have already experienced a lot so far, but a city tour by boat is not one of the usual experiences on our pleasure trips. Water played a major role in our trip to Holland. We slept in a houseboat for three nights during our stay. So what was more obvious than part of our tours ...
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Houseboat in Holland

Houseboat in Holland as an alternative to the hotel

A houseboat in Holland as an alternative to a hotel? We asked ourselves this question when planning our blogger trip to the flower parade in the Bollenstreek in Holland. The reason for this was that it turned out to be difficult to find a hotel for a group of seven people during the festival period. Simone from nach-holland.de suggested that we stay in a houseboat instead. We were ...
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Painting in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam

KLM and a carefree day in Amsterdam

A day in Amsterdam What does KLM have to do with a carefree day in Amsterdam, you ask yourself? The answer is very simple: the luggage and an upgrade to business class. At the end of our trip to the Flower Parade in the Bollenstreek we had booked a late flight from Amsterdam to Munich in order to have a whole day for Amsterdam, a ...
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Dinner in the dunes in Nederzandt

Dinner on the beach at Nederzandt Strandplaats

During our trip to the Flower Parade in the Bollenstreek, we discovered a great restaurant for a romantic dinner on the beach or a dinner with friends in Noordwijk in Holland: Strandplaats Nederzandt. The very idea of ​​building a restaurant in the middle of the dunes deserves respect. To turn it into such an excellent restaurant as Strandplaats Nederzandt requires admiration ...
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Roadtrip on the Cabot Trail in Canada Copyright Monika Fuchs

USA Road Trip - Tips from Travel Bloggers

USA Road Trip Tips Exploring unknown regions by car has been the epitome of travel for us for years. A USA road trip means setting out on new ways to explore America. In the USA and Canada in particular, car trips are one of the best ways to get to know the country. Everyone does this a little differently, everyone sees ...
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Our charming guide explains to us which herbs the first French cultivated

The first settlers in Prince Edward Island

Roma at Three Rivers isn't very big and never has been. It is a place on the east coast of the island on a peninsula in the Montague River, where the first settlers in Prince Edward Island settled in the 18th century under the direction of the French merchant Jean Pierre Roma in the hope of starting their trading company a ...
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Toronto in the winter

Blizzard in North America - what does that mean?

Snowstorm in Toronto This year we were in Eastern Canada for the first time in winter. We visited the Winterlude Festival in Ottawa, which we saw in freezing cold and bright sunshine. An unforgettable and great experience! In Toronto, on the other hand, the weather changed. Fast! A snow storm in North America had been announced. When we got to the train station it had just ...
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East Coast Eggs Benedict at Wilfried's Restaurant at Chateau Laurier in Ottawa

Hotel Chateau Laurier in Ottawa - So you eat there

During our stay at the Hotel Chateau Laurier in Ottawa, we were able to try out the various options that are offered for dining in this hotel: a breakfast in the Wilfried's restaurant with table service, a buffet breakfast in the Wilfried's restaurant, a breakfast in the private lounge of the Fairmont Gold class who have favourited great tea time in Zoe's Lounge and dinner that room service ...
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