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Things to do in Key West

I love Key West with its Caribbean flair. It is defiantly my most favorite sport in the United States of America. Rent a beautiful American convertible car and drive through the keys with the famous 7 miles bridge, giving you the feeling driving over the ocean. This ride is defiantly one the world most beautiful road trip. Read this post for things to do in Key West.

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Visit Miami - The paradise of huge butts and muscles

Miami is a fun city to visit. The most famous area of Miami is the South Beach and its Art Deco district. But not only South Beach is exciting to visit also Miami downtown is worth to check out. The city has a multicultural vibe, and it is entirely different than any other cities in the States. Through the influence of the immigrants from Cuba and other Latin-American countries, Spanish is next to English the most spoken language in Miami.

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Camping Cote d´Azur, guide through the south of France

I love going camping with a caravan; there is nothing else like it. To have the freedom to drive and stop anywhere you want is amazing. It lets you experience every destination from a completely new and different perspective. You can get closer to nature and the local people, allowing more insight into the cultural changes as you drive through each country. In fact, everything you need for your journey is right there within your caravan, and it spares the hassle of dragging along a suitcase.

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Monaco City

Discover the glamorous principality of Monaco

Monaco is an enigma, being the second smallest country in the world and yet the densest in population. It is primarily governed by a constitutional monarchy, having Prince Alber II as the official head of state. His father was Rainer III, who ruled until 2005. This famous ruler of Monaco married the American actress Grace Kelly; the event was televised on April 19, 1956, and still remains one of the most remembered events ever covered by the worldwide media.

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Gordes

Gordes in the September summer time.

Gordes is built on the foothills of the Monts of Vaucluse, facing the Luberon plains. It´s classified as Plus beaux villages de France, one of the most beautiful cities in France. Its houses and buildings of white and gray stone are builds into the cliff of the mountain, its labyrinth of "calades" (narrow cobblestone streets) do not leave the visitor indifferent to its charms.

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Lima

Lima / My second home

Lima, the capital of Peru, overlooking the Pacific ocean. An urban city with a lot of cultures and the world famous Peruvian food. I love to drive with the combis around Lima to feel the bustling city life. Because of my beloved Peruvian family, I found my second home in Lima.

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Wine

The Winelands of Cape Town / Tast it

The Cape Winelands region is the source of many legendary South African Cap wines. Surrounded by its typical Cape-Dutch homesteads and proud Mountains. Pictures vineyards, breathtaking sceneries, and warm hospitality everywhere you go.

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Venezia / Traveling with dog

Venezia an old beauty who seems to sink into the ocean. Stunning in every sense. Emotional Italians who like to sell their food with wild gesticulations and a Swiss Bernese mountain dog in between.

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