Visit: Walk in Bruges – Your private guide in Bruges Every year summers are getting warmer in Bruges and on extremely hot days we all look for places to cool down, get out of the heat and have a drink in a cool or shaded area. Bars and restaurants do not always have air conditioning. … Lees verder
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My favourite works in the Groeningemuseum
Visit: Walk in Bruges – your private guide in Bruges This blog has been on my planning for some time now. I visit the Groeningemuseum in Bruges on a regular basis. I try to visit every temporary exhibition they host, enjoy their slow art talks and love to take a guided tour on their nocturnal … Lees verder
(Public) transport Bruges – How to get to Bruges and how to get around.
Visit:Walk in Bruges – Your private guide in Bruges Although the best way by far to visit Bruges is on foot or on a bike, many tourists have questions about the public transport system in Bruges and on their way to Bruges. So here is a guide to help you along! There is no airport … Lees verder
Picos de Europa walk PR PNPE 23: Ruta Horcados Rojos
July 5, 2018 On our last day we decided to go up with the Fuente De cable car again. One reason was that it predicted to be quite hot today, and we hoped to find some cooler weather higher up. We took our time for breakfast and so it was almost midday when we reached … Lees verder
Picos de Europa walk: PR PNPE 3: The Ruta del Cares
July 5, 2018 If you can only do one walk when visiting de Picos, this might be an excellent choice. It is a very popular walk through the valley of the Cares river. You can start the walk either from the North side (seaside) from Poncebos, which is I believe the more popular starting point, … Lees verder
Madrid for the third time
March 12, 2018 This time, March 2018, we stayed in another neighbourhoud than the previous times. Staying in another district gives a whole new perspective of the city. We stayed in the posh Salamanca area, where Prada, Gucci, Chanel and Armani all have a shop just around the corner. Not that I was in any … Lees verder
Berlin beyond the Pergamon museum, East Side gallery and Checkpoint Charlie.
February 17, 2017 This was my second visit to Berlin. Last time I was here was in 2013. At that time I visited all the usual suspects: East-Side gallery, Holocaust memorial and museum, the Reichstag, the Pergamon museum on Museuminsel, Hackeschen Höfe, Unter den Linden, Gendarmenmarkt, Checkpoint Charlie, Potsdamer Platz, the Tiergarten, Brandenburger Tor, the Neue Wache and KaDeWe. … Lees verder
‘Plus est en vous’ – Sneak preview of the Gruuthuse museum that will reopen in 2019 in Bruges
February 4, 2018 Visit:Walk in Bruges – Your private guide in Bruges This weekend the Gruuthuse museum (or palace), exceptionally opened its doors for the public after 3 years of total renovation. The work is not completely finished yet. We will have to wait until the spring of 2019 to visit the museum that will … Lees verder
Seville, city of sweets, nativity and Easter.
December 31, 2017 Seville is a city drowned in tradition. We visited the week before Christmas, and the athmosphere was as merry as it can get. Everybody is doing their Christmas shopping, buying Christmas sweets from the monasteries and famous bakeries and buying lottery tickets. Choirs are singing in the streets, brass bands are playing … Lees verder
A tour of the famous metro stations in Moscow!
June 10, 2017 A word or two about the metro. Do use it when visiting Moscow! Don’t be scared, just try it, you will love it! Nowhere else in the world have I seen such a well working metro system. On street level the metro stations are recognisable by the big red M in front. … Lees verder