March 31, 2018 Claudia 20Comment

Tel Aviv-Jaffa is the unofficial capital of Israel. It is where the business district with all the majority of banks is based. The city is simply ‘taken as’ the financial and technological center of the country. Tel Aviv-Jaffa is also the second largest city in Israel, and a very popular destination for the central European countries and the UK. Why? The low-cost airlines, such as WizzAir have recently launched quite a few affordable connections between the major European cities and Ben Gurion Airport, which undoubtedly IS the main reason of Israel to become one of the hottest places to see…

March 25, 2018 Claudia 7Comment

Here I come with another bag-related post. I do enjoy writing about them a lot – I can polemize about the handbags as long and as much as I want to, and no one is able to stop me 🙂 Unless you, dear reader, decide to skip this post or escape my blog never to come back. I sincerely hope it will not happen, and you will enjoy the list I prepared for today. I updated my must-have list. I have bought quite a lot of dream bags for over the period of two years, and I think my taste…

March 21, 2018 Claudia 10Comment

Here it is – the new trend that has just emerged and taken London’s Influencer scene by storm. Floral CafĂ© Trend. Last year it was the beetroot coffee with any kind of pretty pink cake, but in 2018 it is all about the interior and exterior. It the Instagram picture that counts these days – let’s face it! Delicious pastries are a plus. Elan CafĂ©, Kensington Elan CafĂ© is a real Instagram star st the moment. There are two Elan – in Kensington and Park Lane. I have only been to the one in Kensington and it was lovely. We…

March 13, 2018 Claudia 32Comment

Dead Sea has been on our bucket list for a very long time. For this reason we were really excited about our Israeli experience not only because we would get to see all the historial sights, but specifically for this unique experience. Drifting on the waters of the Dead Sea with the views of Jordan and a magnificent desert while reading a newspaper seemed like an amazing activity. It is very easy to get to the Dead Sea region from both Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. It depends where you stay, but it would take 2 hrs by bus or around…

March 5, 2018 Claudia 29Comment

While getting married with a backdrop of the Old City in Jerusalem is breathtaking, those who are willing to go off the beaten path, could make their Israeli destination wedding even more memorable… ….Did you know you can get married on a desert, quite near to the Dead Sea? Would it not be just perfect to experience ‘the big day’ among the biblical landscape? I was told this sort of wedding location is not quite popular. I guess ‘the desert wedding’ is not the idea people would relate to ‘fancy and chic ceremony’. They surely are wrong. This sort of…