The trip started as a very simple idea: "we love to travel, we are in Europe, let's see a bit of it ... and in fact, let's see quite a bit of it, all at the same time".
With two statisticians in the group, a simple idea somehow evolved into a "record breaking" idea... and "17in24" was born.
In theory it is still very simple: one car, four friends, 17 countries, 24 hours.
Over the last few months the idea has developed into an actual "roadtrip" and we have realised that we need oh so much more than a car and some great driving. What would a record-breaking roadtrip be without a great music playlist, a munchie-menu, a road-cam, even a car-cam might be nice, GPS tracking ... and heck, why stop there... why not a website and t-shirts to top it all off???!!!
The purpose of the journey is to have fun. Breaking a record will be a bonus. We will also be travelling across with a cheery message - we are all so close, we are all connected, and this trip just goes to show that nothing is too far away or unreachable when people have the will to achieve something, and to make a connection.
Isn't it time for a fun, good-news story amidst all this doom and gloom?
Belgrade, May 27th, 2012
Thanks to its excellent service, charm and warmth, Tribeca can
legitimately be called one of the best of Belgrade's many exclusive
restaurants. The blend of the best of local and international
cuisine, the rich wine list and fine ambiance is sure to leave an
impression. First time visitors, easily won over by the aromas,