The Story of Aurora

Once upon a time, in the Swedish Lapland's, in the cold, starry sky..You could see flashes of green and purple passing by.. This was new to the people of the town, everyone was surprised with the events going down. There was fear, there was curiosity, the sky was lit green all across the city. What... Continue Reading →


A Little Bit of Luck for the New Year!

HAPPY NEW YEAR! In the capital of Sweden, Stockholm, there is a "secret" tourist attraction. The smallest sculpture of the city, and a lucky one too. Järnpojke or in English, the 'Iron Boy'. This iron sculpture found behind a Finnish church, is that of a little boy looking at the moon. This sculpture is called a "secret... Continue Reading →

Liquidrom, Berlin 

After four days of exploring Berlin, the fifth day was a rather relaxed one. Spent it at Liquidrom..Floating around in salt water, listening to music. Liquidrom is a place for thermal spas, baths, saunas and massages. A place to unwind after a long hard day.  There are various packages that you can avail depending on your... Continue Reading →

AquaDom, Berlin

Sealife, Berlin has thousands of different species of sea life inside. Further, it leads to the AquaDom which is a cylindrical glass aquarium situated in the middle of the Radisson Blu hotel, in Alexanderplatz. It contains 10,00,000 liters of saline water to maintain all the different species of fish. The fishes are fed, and the tank is cleaned... Continue Reading →

Checkpoint Charlie.

More German history, more about the Wall at Checkpoint Charlie. How it all unfolded from 1961 to 1989. So many people tried to flee east Berlin to get into the west for a better, and democratic life. So many people were killed here trying to cross the borders. You can actually read about the successful as well as... Continue Reading →

Volkswagen Car Forum, Berlin

When you have a husband who's a car fanatic, you tend to stumble upon such forums. And, then you end up going in. And, then you might not like to accept the fact that you enjoyed it 😛 Drive, the Volkswagen Group Forum. Some of the best cars, designed by world class engineers. And, well,... Continue Reading →

Bebelplatz, Berlin

Bebelplatz, or formerly known as Opernplatz, yet another historic site in Berlin. A site which takes back people to May 10, 1933. A day that pinches every reader and Author. A day when around 20,000 books by various Authors was burnt to ashes. Why? Apparently, these books were "Un-German", and did not deserve to be... Continue Reading →

Berliner Fernsehturm

Fernsehturm Berlin is a TV tower in Berlin. You need to get to Alexanderplatz station, from where the tower is just a 5 minute walk. It costs EUR. 13 per person to go up top. The tower is 368 meters tall, with a dome at 207 meters, which is called the observation deck. The elevator takes... Continue Reading →

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