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Marlene is a teacher by profession holding a degree of Bachelor of Secondary Education. She works as a Mother Language Teacher in Sweden. She is a Filipina married to a Swede. She has been blogging since 2007 and she and her hubby own quite a number of websites. Connect with Marlene on Google+

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A Look Inside Vasa Museum

14 April 2014By 0 Comments
A Look Inside Vasa Museum

One of the great museums in Stockholm is the Vasa Museum (Vasamuséet) dedicated to the 17th-century ship that sunk on its maiden voyage. It’s a warship built by Gustav II Adolf’s initiative to be used against his enemies. With 64 cannons and 300 soldiers on board he believed he could win over the Polish enemy. Unfortunately, […]

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The Best Time To Plan Your Cruise

30 March 2014By 0 Comments
The Best Time To Plan Your Cruise

In less than three months’ time school break starts and a summer vacation is what the majority plans ahead. Whether it’s in or out of the country there’s always somewhere else to go. We talked about cruising and one of the options we had was going on a russian river cruise and visit St Petersburg.

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The Busy and Crowded Place in Munich

22 March 2014By 0 Comments
The Busy and Crowded Place in Munich

It has been known that the pedestrian zone between Marianplatz (Mary, Our Lady’s Square) and Karlsplatz is a crowded area in Munich. There are restaurants and shops along the streets. And for tourists who love architectures it’s one of the places in Munich to discover some architectural designs. The pedestrian zone is wide and long […]

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Dining The Sicilian Way

8 March 2014By 0 Comments
Dining The Sicilian Way

Italy has always been known for its pasta dishes and with its origin in Sicily no doubt the Sicilians (aka Italians) can do better with pasta in the kitchen. And thus far, the best pasta dish that hubby and I had eaten was in Catania, Sicily. Not only are they good at pasta dishes but […]

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Flying Business Class Once In A While

28 February 2014By 0 Comments
Flying Business Class Once In A While

When my husband and I started traveling we would always pick the economy class flights. I’m sure everybody knows why. Traveling requires a budget that would last the whole trip and even sparing a little so as not to come home broke. But economy class flights don’t always guarantee comfort and satisfaction, especially when flying […]

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The Dazzling Tyska Kyrkan in Stockholm

8 February 2014By 0 Comments
The Dazzling Tyska Kyrkan in Stockholm

When you’re in Stockholm you just can’t afford to miss taking a walk through the renowned Gamla Stan (Old Town). That’s what we did on our recent trip to Stockholm by the Blå Tåget (Blue Train). Not only are there a lot of shops and restaurants in the streets of Gamla Stan but there are […]

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