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Designer, creative consultant, and entrepreneur, travelling the world and looking for unique experiences. Connecting body and mind, searching for balance, and interested in everyday beauty. Based in Berlin.
A beautiful building with a courtyard, founded by Juan March, "the richest man in Spain." You can spend the whole day here, enjoying coffee in the inner patio, visiting great exhibitions, having lunch at the super cool café on the lower level, and browsing books at the shop. Perfect place in the hot summer!
The best saunas with a dozen steam rooms, from wet to dry, two pools, and everyone naked. What's not to like? For 10 euros, they will give you towels, a robe, and slippers, plus 25 euro for an hour's admission.
Japanese hot springs and saunas, where you can relax after the hustle and bustle. They also offer massages, tea, and food. The saunas are separate, and they provide disposable underwear, towels, and yukatas.
The best Turkish breakfast I've ever had. You can try everything with an addition. You don't need to book, just come. Strictly speaking, it's a Lebanese restaurant, and what I call Turkish breakfast is actually a brunch, but just believe me, it's a must.
A long beach with shells, dry grass, and dunes where you want to take off your shoes and walk, walk, walk. A place of power and expensive memories to the heart. I love it off-season, from November to March.
A real huge American university campus, with libraries, parks, dorms, and academic buildings. In parallel life, I would study, live, and come up with what to do when I grow up here. Especially awesome in the fall.
A place that saved me from boredom and heat when I found out that I don't like Bali. The most delicious Margherita pizza ever. If you take it home on a bike and do it quickly, it won't have time to cool down.
An endless pedestrian embankment by the sea surrounded by dogs, cyclists, and children. My place of power and the only area in Istanbul where I could live. From the endpoint, you can take a ferry to the Princes Islands.
Regularly updated amazing contemporary art exhibitions in a bunker transformed into a museum by a couple of philanthropists. You can only see it with a guide in German or English. It's one of the best museums I've been to!
The Yokohama passenger terminal building was transformed into a public space and became a paradise. Everything is wooden, and you can see the waterfront and the sea, and everyone is with children. On New Year's Day, you can watch the first sunrise here.
A balloon ride turned out to be a real wonder. And the fact that it is at sunrise only adds to the feeling of magic - the valleys and rocks below turn gray, pink, and then brighten in the sun. Regardless of the company you fly with, everything is worth it and lasts the same. It is worth booking in advance. And it's not scary at all.
An enormous self-governing commune in the middle of Copenhagen with canals, wooden houses, and lush grass. They say that the laws of Denmark do not apply there! An alternative world that is within reach.