Travel Diary: Sachsenhausen

“Remembering is a noble and necessary act. If anything can, it is memory that will save humanity.” Elie Wiesel said it well. I know a lot of you visit my blog for fashion, travel and all things fun, but even if what I’m about to show you now don’t fall under these categories, I have […]


Travel Diary: Nikolaiviertel (Nikolai Quarter)

Nikolaiviertel or Nikolai Quarter is often referred to as the oldest residential area of Berlin. Technically, it really was. Merchants and artisans settled here in the Middle Ages because it’s located at the crossing of land and water trading routes on both sides of the river Spree. Unfortunately though, most of its medieval lanes and […]


Travel Diary: Sanssouci, Potsdam

Our itinerary for our day trip to Potsdam was quite ambitious. You see, Potsdam was a former royal city so it has no shortage of palaces and parks, most of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. You can just imagine how long our checklist of places to visit was! We probably could’ve visited them all […]