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The top spot is taken by Singapore followed by Zurich and Hong Kong.

To begin with, let me get this straight: Zurich IS NOT the capital of Switzerland, BUT it’s the largest city in Switzerland ,and obviously, one of the most expensive cities in the world.

Zurich is a great city either to visit either to earn pretty good money and then run far away from it or even Switzerland.

Anyway, I was impressed by the shops, streets,trams, CARS, boutiques, chocolate, watches and every Swiss touch you can think of is sophisticated and well-designed. The town itself is very accessible and you can easily walk everywhere.Despite of what others say about Swiss people, I found them friendly and willing to help. I expected that Swiss will look in a certain way, like Danes- tall, blonde with blue eyes, but surprisingly they are very diverse: from Asian to Germany roots.

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  1. If you are travelling on a low budget in Switzerland and you’re clueless about where to eat, I will strongly recommend you to try Migros or Coop restaurants. However, with the money spent there you could spoil yourself with a à la carte restaurant in Spain, for ex. Read more

From where I live to Berlin there are only 580 km and dad and I thought that would be a good excuse to escape for awhile from Denmark. The Easter break was getting closer, so we decided to embrace the adventure. It look longer to get there than I was expecting, because of the traffic jams and, to be honest, one stop at Designer Outlet Neumunster .

We stayed at Park Plaza Berlin , a hotel with too many facilities for simple tourists, but we extremely enjoyed our stay there. The hotel is situated in Ku’damm, one of the most famous avenues in Berlin and it’s like Oxford Read more

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What can you do when there are only 4 hours left to say goodbye to Barcelona? The secret is simple: Continue exploring, no matter how exhausted you are , even after walking over 20 km every day and partying hard until 6 am in the last night. Sagrada Familia was the single tourist attraction, which was untouched so, we took the metro because it was quite far away and we had a limited time.  I wanted to leave Barcelona

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So let me tell you about the second day or better said, segundo dia, amigos!

1st stopMercat de la Boqueria (Rambla, 91, 08002 Barcelona, Spain). We were starving, so we went to search a place for having a Spanish breakfast in La Boqueria, which was very close to us.  There were 15 degrees, so we behaved like Danish people staying on the terrace. The waiter handled really well the challenge of speaking English, so he advised us what to eat. My choice, which was mainly his choice was not the best one, because I had butifarra, which is a sausage made of raw pork and spices. Guys were crazy about seafood and my friend had a vegetarian Catalan tortilla/ omelette. Obviously, we couldn’t refuse the large variety of smoothies of only 1,50 euros.

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This semester came almost to an end and  my university is throwing a party on each semester, as I’ve informed you before. See previous post about Army Party http://glamthug.com/2012/11/18/i-need-a-soldier/ .  DSR was in charge of everything. On their facebook page was created a poll with 3  themes: Moulin Rouge, Begger and I can’t remember the last one. Anyway, people have voted for the first one, which proved to be the perfect decision.  It was very nice organised and we had some few dancing moments held by Hip-Hop and Salsa team.

!!!  If they they had played musical songs I would have appreciated much more. It’s difficult to satisfy everyone, and probably not so many people would have enjoyed that. Anyway, that could have been another opportunity to get us more into the theme.

The students were dressed according to the dress-code: suit and tie/bow tie for men and …here comes the delightful part and it’s obvious about women. The significance of Moulin Rouge involves passion and of course red, once I have mentioned the precedent one. Girls were looking provocative from head to the toes. The hair was curly or braided and decorated with an abundance of accessories such as hats,  sequins, different feathers and small veils.

Then, you have two ways to choose what to wear. On one hand, you could opt for a sexy style by wearing a velvet dress ( like I wanted to) or be more burlesque with a corset, suspender hosiery and high heels.

On the other hand, you could choose somehow the androgynous style, which lies in a white blouse, bow tie, tail coat and shorts. I made my decision on last minute thanks to a friend.I was desperate to find what to wear and I had been searching the perfect costume for several days, but it was only misfortune. I wanted to borrow a bow tie, but then I remembered about my hair clip from H&M.

The party ended at 2 o’clock and then we had moved to an after party in the campus, until police came. They were coming for more that 3 times, because they didn’t know how to handle the noise, but then they found a solution.

I will upload later more photos from the party!

Stay tuned and enjoy your Sunday 🙂

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Thanks Juan ( https://www.facebook.com/juan.morales.75839?fref=ts ) for the last photos!

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I’m in love with narrow streets, where you can get lost and take awesome photos. I’m suppose that a street like that, has an amazing history with many memories. It’s noisy, crowded and there are many people, who are rushing to be on time at work either you can find confused tourists, who are trying to find their way back, as I usually am. At the beginning of the day, we had decided to go to Waterloopleinmarkt, Museumplein, where you can find the Amsterdam letters and Rijksmuseum and Vondel Park . Of course, that we couldn’t face the cold weather , so we snugged  in an Italian restaurant. Then, the group had to divide, but I took on the off chance with my friend a tram to an unknown destination. We just wanted to warm our hands. Read more