Peace of mind..this is all I am wishing for, now and forever.
I spent 3 weeks in July on the Greek islands. This is my first blog post from this adventure. I didn’t have the time to post anything before. August was very busy. I went to Hungary and then to France, and at the same time I was working on 2 extra projects.
In July I visited 3 Greek islands: Crete, Hydra and Tinos island. Infinity view hotel in Tinos island was the last hotel I visited during this Greek island hopping. Infinity view is a brand new all-Suite Luxury Hotel and I was lucky and privileged to spend a few relaxing days in July here. You can’t imagine how much I enjoyed everything: the beach in front of the hotel, breakfast, my balcony, the infinity sea views from everywhere you look, the pool. The hotel is also very close to Tinos Town, so you can easily reach the Town on foot. Everything about the Infinity view hotel was truly exceptional and so tremendously relaxing! I hope you have the chance to visit it one day too.
Enjoy the photos. As always, I let them do the talking!
*Disclaimer: This content was brought to you in a friendly collaboration with the Infinity view hotel in Tinos island. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
I’ve been to Salzburg several times in the past, but this time, this trip certainly felt more special. The invitation to spend four days in this beautiful city came from Salzburg Tourismus, the Official Tourism board. Under the motto “Salzburg. Neu entdeckt” I got invited to discover the city again, to see it with fresh new eyes, from a new perspective.
The promising program that the Tourism board sent me over via email and all the unwanted isolation I’ve been through the last few months due to Covid-19, were enough reasons for me to just pack my luggage, jump in that train from Vienna and set off on this adventure.
In this blog post, I’d like to share with you a few activities that were part of our program with the hope that they will help you to organize your trip to Salzburg.
Begin your visit in Salzburg with a lunch or dinner at Stadt Alm restaurant.
Walter Grüll in Grödig, for seafood and oustanding caviar lovers.
Favourite lunch spot in Salzburg: The Steinterrasse rooftop bar and restaurant. Order the shrimp salad with avocado.
Kaffee Alchemie, a different coffee house.
Herr Leopold, a very nice place in the city center of Salzburg.
Visit Grünmarkt, the vibrant open-air market that is set in a large plaza. Walk around and see the local venders. There are plenty of choices for local meat, cheese, flowers, and baked goods.
Visit the the Benedictine Nonnberg Convent and listen to the Gregorian chant. Here the nuns sing Gregorian Chorals every morning in the sanctuary.
I stayed two times at Schloss Leopoldkron and one time at the Sacher hotel. Both hotels are top notch. However, keep in mind that they are located in different parts of the city. Sacher hotel is located right in the heart of the city, while Schloss Leopoldskron is a little bit further, surrounded by 17 acres of manicured grounds and nestled by a small, idyllic lake. I love them both, so it’s hard for me to choose…
Cycling in Salzburg! Being able to ride a bike through Salzburg and into the country side is amazing!
Disclosure: This blog post is in collaboration with the Official Tourism Board of Salzburg.
If you are thinking of visiting the Greek islands this summer, make sure to inculde Paros island in your travel plans. On this blog post, I put together a few tips, where stay, where to eat, what to do, along with a few photos to get you in the mood for the island life.
Prodromos, Lefkes, Marpissa, Parikia, The picturesque fishing village of Naoussa, Piso Livadi, Alyki
Kolymbithres beach, Golden Beach, Santa Maria beach, Parasporos beach, Aliki Beach, Monastiri beach, Pounda beach, Livadia beach, Kalogeras beach, Tripiti beach, Lageri beach
I’ve been using the Galaxy Tab S6 for the last few months and I thought I should write down a few thoughts about it and share them with my community, or anyone interested to know more about WHEN I use it and WHY the Galaxy Tab S6 has proved to me to be a game changer to my life.
I simply put it in my handbag to use in cafes, where I can write down my musings and keep track of everything that is important to an always on the go person like myself, both in my personal and professional life. The long battery life ensures that I can get several hours of work done before I need to plug it in again, which as we all know, finding a place to plug in is not always that easy.
I take my Galaxy Tab S6 with me in business meetings to show potential customers my photography work. Everything looks much better in the 10.5-inch display of the S6 and of course the images are bigger and easier to see. I love the fact that we can use our fingers and easily navigate from a page to another page because the display is touch screen.
Sundays at home watching movies on Netflix, documentaries and YouTube videos, are particularly enjoyable with the S6, as this screen and its resolution and color depth is really a treat to look at. And what to say about the sound quality! The Galaxy Tab S6 has four AKG speakers with Dolby Atmos technology (3D sound) which enables excellent sound quality in the size of a tablet.
My favourite documentary topics? Psychology, environment, and nutrition : )
I prefer to take my tablet with me on all my travels, instead of my home office laptop. I love it that it’s small enough to not disturb the people around me especially during flights, yet big enough for me to work comfortably. I enjoy editing my photos and videos with the use of the S Pen, that magnetically attaches to the back of my tablet when I don’t use it and charge as soon as it is attached. Besides, 420 Grams is double less heavy compared to the 1.37 kg of my home office laptop, considering they both more or less do the same thing. Turns out, my Galaxy Tab S6 is the ultimate travel companion, due mainly to its size and extreme light weight.
The tablet has proven to be so perfect for all the above mentioned needs and purposes. I like to call my Galaxy Tab S6 a Game Changer because from the moment I received it, it has changed my blogging and creative life and has improved it in a significant way. I honestly thoroughly recommend the Galaxy Tab S6 for anyone looking for a brilliant, extremely light weight laptop that’ll slip into a handbag!
Photos of this blogpost were taken at Wunderladen Cafe in Vienna
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