Linz am Rhein , Germany

It is spring again, and I try to take Ellie for an outing per week.It is mostly in the weekends as otherwise I am busy with my PhD and she is busy in her Kindergarten 😊. Sometimes we go far,like Belgium or Holland, sometimes close by to some cute little hidden gems of Germany. Last... Continue Reading →

Cochem an der Mosel

Cochem station DB Recently, my passion has been finding the local gems of Germany with short weekend trips. We went to Cochem for a Saturday in DB regional trains. It is in the Mosel valley and from Frankfurt you can take ICE or RE 2&1 for reaching here. There is a shuttle bus to go... Continue Reading →

Bohemia with baby… tips for travelling mothers🌸💕

Bratislava castle, Slovakia. This is the start a new chapter of my travel stories as my daughter Ellie is travelling with us now. No more hostels, no more car sharing, no more all-day-without-food walking. Now I have to book kinder-friendly hotels, choose best transports and every 3-4 hrs , need a feeding-changing break for her.... Continue Reading →

Luxembourg City, Luxembourg

Cathédrale Notre-Dame The Monument of Remembrance Public transport is free in Luxembourg 😁 Musée national d'histoire et d'art Luxembourg Vielle ville Neumünster Abbey i Chemin de la Corniche  Bock Casemates The Passerelle,  Dent Creuse Saint Michael's Church Grand Duchess Charlotte Bridge Stierchen Bridge Palais Grand-Ducal statue of former Grand Duke William II @Place Guillaume II ... Continue Reading →

Fall @ Vilnius..

I know I am supposed to write about Oodi, but this one is on demand. Beautiful fall colours in Lithuania  this year.. (This post is almost wordless 😛 ) ©thegreyeye.wordpress.com, 2019-21. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. All rights reserved... Continue Reading →

A winter morning in Vigeland park, Oslo

Oslo’s Vigeland Park, is the largest sculpture park in the world by a single artist, boasting over 212 pieces made from bronze and granite by Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland.  The sculptor's stone statue is also crafted in the immediate south of the park. Vigeland lived and worked at his studio until his death and his ashes are still... Continue Reading →

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