With a capacity of 5,300 passengers she is currently one of the biggest cruise ships afloat. And while being designed for the European mass cruise market, sailing onboard MSC Seaview proved to be quite a pleasant experience as we found out during our latest Mediterranean cruise in November 2018. Let me show you around … Continue reading
It has been awhile since I had last written about food. Apologies for that! But good things will take a while, as we all know:). Speaking of heavenly delights, this time I would like to introduce to you a place in Stephen King´s birth state Maine, that does not only deliver “A 1”-quality in terms of seafood in general, but which is particularly popular for their speciality of the house: Portland´s Best Lobster Rolls! Continue reading
Being part of the exclusive A380-Group at my homebase Munich, it took just about two full years until I finally received my training in December 2018 on our beautiful A350 Thunderbird. The first plane, call sign D-AIXA, was delivered in December 2016 and began full operation on our Delhi route in February 2017. Until today, 12 A350´s are already in service with two more (D-AIXM and D-AIXN) joining the fleet end of March, respectively June 2019. The, for the time being, last jetliner (D-AIXO) is expected for November 2019. Completing the original order of 15 XWB-aircrafts.
Vacation time is the best time of the year. Particularly, because it is the only time of year that I get to share all those precious moments and experiences with the one person I love. 2018 has been a tough year, so both of us were in urgent need of relaxation and rebooting of our energy levels. And nothing soothes feeling worn-out and tired better than a good old Transatlantic cruise on the last ocean liner there is: RMS Queen Mary 2.
Being one of the world´s most popular Tourist destinations, after over eight years of absence, Singapore proved once again to be a shiny star amongst the Asian mega cities. Perfectly tidy, reaching for the sky and ever-changing as always. A great city for food, arts and culture, Singapore convinced me as a fantastic place of superlatives to be explored by foot, yet (and some of you might disagree with this) as modern and open as it positions itself, I was missing a bit of identity within the conglomeration of cultures. Apart from that, definitely a must see on your bucket list for future travels! Check out some of my personal favorites to discover while being out and about in the Lion City… Continue reading
Mexico is one of these colorful countries that bursts in history wherever you lay foot on. A visit to the impressive Museo Nacional de Antropología, nestled beautifully into the green lung of the city, Chapultepec Park, is a wonderful way to explore the country´s rich heritage presented in world-class architecture. And the best, admission is completely free on weekends! Continue reading
Also referred to as Dashanzi Art District, this transformed former military factory has become the beating heart of Arts and Culture in China´s capital. From local artists to beautifully appointed craft stores, museums and galleries, Factory 798 is equally impressive in sightseeing and as a unique shopping experience! And, I had one of the best cappuccino ever there… Continue reading
Making your way into downtown L.A. and craving for some delicious Mexican cuisine? Then check into B.S. Taqueria, L.A. native chef Ray Garcia´s playground. Continue reading
Looking for a social event for Wednesday nights but without having to line up at a club? Try out the Happy Valley Race Night delivering not only the thrill of horse racing and betting, but at the same time one of the biggest parties for locals, expats and visitors in the open air. Continue reading