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I just came back from my looong trip. It wasn’t that long at last, because when you travel time goes by so fast! What makes this trip different from the others is that I was traveling alone. Well, both at Paris and London I met some friends, but still I spent enough time wondering around on my own. How was it? Just great! Why? (more…)


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one looooong trip!

Excitement is the right word to describe my feelings! Let’s have a look.

Saturday night @ Copenhagen. Sunday morning, off I go! Sunday midday @ Berlin, by coach. Stop for 4 hours, when I plan to visit Checkpoint Charlie and Brandenburger Tor in a hurry. Then, back to the coach. After 16 hours I’ ll be in Paris! 1500 kms babe!

In Paris I’ll stay for 3 days and nights! LeWeb is the cause and I love it! So, on Thursday I’m  flying to London where I’m going to meet my friend Costantina who is going to host me 🙂  (thanks sweetie!) London is THE city!

Finally, on Monday morning I’m flying back to Copenhagen where I have a thesis to conduct 😉

So, during this week I’ ll try to sleep as less as I can, grab lots of experiences and make tons of pictures!!!

Of course, I have to thank my sponsors for their invaluable support!

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Friday morning. I woke up a bit late. While having breakfast and surfing the web, I run across this post on opencoffee.gr (it’s in Greek), which was offering an almost free ticket for LeWeb, if you made a comment explaining how you would make the best out of this experience. After some thought, I gave it a try! Later that evening I got a positive response by George Tziralis, the mind and soul behind opencoffee.gr. I am the one to get the chance to meet all these “web people” networking, brainstorming and forming the future of web. I am really excited about that and really look forward to be among them! 

LeWeb in numbers.

1500 participants, more than 25 countries, 30 startups, 2 days, 2 parties, 1700+ euros for a late ticket (I got it 200 🙂  Watch this video for more info!

So, a huge thanks to opencoffee.gr for their initiative and I will do my best to gain as much as I can! Paris, here I come!

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