What I wore Sunday… one day in Berlin

I do not know if you like making lists but I personally do not… There are only few that I am happy to make and they are mostly travel-related. Going to Berlin, seeing Berlin Wall and getting the feel for the city was long time coming for me.

It took me by surprise how familiar Berlin felt, especially the east side where we stayed. Public transport, layout of the streets, blocks of flats reminded me of my hometown so much so that I was catching myself matching particular areas to the ones from my childhood in Poland.

Berlin Wall itself did not disappoint me and I know that I will visit it again at some point in my life. Being born in mid 80s Berlin Wall was and still is a symbol of better life and freedom, something that defines most of our pursuits.

For this What I wore Sunday I wanted to blend with the surroundings and I wanted to show you my favourite part of Berlin more that my outfit. It is very plain and minimalistic but it was perfect for the whole day of sightseeing.

Because I am showing you a lot of street art some of the images (one in particular…) maybe considered ‘inappropriate’. Please take it with a pinch of salt and enjoy the amazing East Side Gallery !

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Dress Zara

Sandals Gianvito Rossi (similar)

Hat Sensi Studio

Bag Chloe

Sunglasses Ray-Ban

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Thank you very much for stopping by !

I am planning on doing a post dedicated to my ‘must see’ list of Berlin landmarks and restaurants so stay turned for that !

Love,

Aggie x

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One day in Amsterdam

I have visited Amsterdam before but somehow I feel that this time I have truly managed to fall in love with the city and appreciate it more than I did in the past. There are so many things to see there that spending just few days exploring will not give it justice… But let’s start from the beginning, take you along and show you my favourite places !

We have started the day by strolling from our hotel to the city centre taking lots of pictures on a way. Documenting everything like this became a habit of mine and I find it incredibly difficult to resist taking yet another picture…

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Our first stop was a visit to a famous Rijks Museum. The museum was closed last time we visited the city so it was a must on our list of things to do !

We decided to go for a guided tour and I have absolutely no regrets. The museum is so vast that finding certain paintings would take hours and with the guide at our disposal we had the chance to see everything we wanted in a short space of time.

If you ever have the chance to visit this amazing collection of Dutch art I would also suggest to check out the cafeteria located at the entrance to the museum. It is architectural stunning with service and food to die for !

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Another stop on our way through Amsterdam was flower market. Although I had high hopes of seeing sea of tulips I have to admit that I was left disappointed. Not as big and splendid as I expected but still worth a visit but mainly during April !

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Amsterdam is such a nice city to explore by foot as every corner is just picture perfect ! Bicycles and their owners are everywhere but with a little determination one can easily get use to that. But be careful as some cyclist are pretty fast !

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The very last stop during our day in Amsterdam was a Louis Vuitton trunks exhibition. There no words to describe how much I loved it and how much would I recommend to check it out. Being a fan of the brand for quite some time now, I rediscovered it from a completely different angle.

If you are interested in our Amsterdam adventure, come and have a look at the vlog available on my channel and here. I really hope you will enjoy watching it as much as I have enjoyed putting it together.

Thank you very much for stopping by and checking out my blog !

Next time I am taking you for a very special birthday celebrations…

Love,

Aggie x

Forgotten Sri Lanka vlog

As you may remember, we have travelled to Sri Lanka for our wedding anniversary back in September. A lot of months have gone before I realised that I recorded our train journey from Galle to Colombo and I am thrilled to share that with you today.

Traveling by train in a foreign country can be challenging but Sri Lanka takes it to another level ! Language difference, heat, noise are only few of the obstacles on the way. All in all, the vlog will tell you the whole story of our journey and the challenges we have faced.

I hope you will like it, if so check out my other videos (available here).

Thank you very much for stopping by and hope to see you soon !

Aggie xx

 

Brighton vlog

Today I have a pleasure of sharing my weekend away with you all ! We traveled to Brighton for few days and although the choice of the destination was quite an unusual one, I have no regrets.

Brighton is full of contrasts and as it is a seaside town, it has a lot features typical for that. I loved the old buildings and lots of tiny side streets along with the promenade and variety of cafes and bars. On the other hand, I have seen a lot of poverty and homelessness. First impressions are not always the right ones so I will let you decide for yourself !

Enjoy my vlog and if you liked it, check out my channel for more fashion, travel and beauty related content.

Let me know you thoughts as well as any recommendations and suggestions for more gateways ?

Thank you very much for stopping by.

Love,

Aggie xx