Another getaway place where no tourists would go is probably this ghost town. Does it sound scary to you? In fact, this place is calm, no thrill to be seen. How to go there?
The continuation of the road trip in Norway. Let us journey across the sea to be in the oldest town of Norway:
How did we go there? Follow the E18 road, exit Tønsberg:
Welcome to the legendary lake of Sweden named "Storsjön" (Literally meaning "the great lake"). It is said that a Monster lives in this lake, which fittingly is called Storsjöodjuret, translating to "the great lake monster" :
Christmas is coming soon, many people start planning of their table decorations for Christmas and Christmas gifts. One traditional thing for Christmas is gingerbread, the most known gingerbread with a bear motif in Switzerland is from Appenzell:
Are you easily scared by the odd surroundings? If not, let us take you to a spooky town where the witchcraft festival in held each year in summer (not in winter), located in a medieval citadel. The town is called Triora, located in the Liguria region of Italy:
A unique sea stack that is formed over time by the wave erosion and wind in the Atlantic ocean. This huge stack of rock near the coast of Ireland is called "Branaunmore sea stack" :
Let's have a little blue flame called "Flammli". An ultimate coffee drink that needs more preparing time than drinking a cup of cofffee: