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Belgium: Antwerp – Fashion and Rubens

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View towards the back facade of the Rubens House, taken from the garden.

Today you can read the second travelpost about museums in Antwerp. Two weeks ago I told you about the MAS and the Red Star Line Museum (see this post) and this week I will take you to the MoMu and the Rubens House!

So if you’ve got a few days off and don’t know what to do… read on I’d say 🙂

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Belgium – Antwerp: MAS and Red Star Line

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Antwerp has so much to offer… shopping, parks, restaurants, art galleries, the historic city center and… museums!

The coming weeks I will do three travelposts about Antwerp museums. Today I will take you to the neighbourhood ‘Eilandje’ to visit the MAS and the Red Star Line Museum…


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France: Paris in a day – How to get the most out of 12 hours in the City of Lights!

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I have been to Paris many times. It’s one of my favourite cities and I am lucky enough to live close enough to be able to visit the city of lights in just one day if I want to, even though I prefer to stay longer of course!

This post is part 1 of 3 travelposts about spending a daytrip in Paris. So for all you Paris-lovers out there (and I know there are many)… stay tuned these coming weeks! Read the rest of this entry »

Travel: Must-see expositions this spring/summer!

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When on a citytrip I like to stroll around as much as possible. Soaking up the atmosphere, discovering new places, observing people,… I just love it!

And most of the time I also want to do something cultural as well… visiting an exposition for example! So in today’s travelpost it’s all about must-see expositions in some good,f ab and lovely cities! Read the rest of this entry »

Where to have the best afternoon tea!

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And we’re back with some new top tips! When on a (day)trip we regularly do an afternoon tea somewhere posh. I have tried several places already, so today I will give you my top 5 of afternoon tea hot spots! Read more about those hot spots!

Packing for a holiday with the American Tourister suitcases from “Duifhuizen tassen en koffers”

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As July and August are nearing at rapid speed now I officially have started my countdown to the holidays. Going on a holiday also means packing… So today’s travel post will be a bit different as I want to fill you in on some of my packing secrets!

“Duifhuizen tassen en koffers” let me choose two fab suitcases to do a review. I will happily fill them up for our trip to Germany 🙂 Read more!

What to pack for a trip to the sun…

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Relaxing under a palm tree on the beach in Malaga…

I don’t know about you, but I’m done with winter… a couple of weeks ago I posted a quote by Albert Camus : “In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer”. This quote sums it up really, so bring back summer pretty please!

But in the meanwhile I’ll just pretend I am packing for a weekend break to the sun… The HomeAway site is a perfect start to plan your trip to the sun. Browsing the site can be pretty addictive and can cause major dilemma-itis… don’t say I didn’t warn you! Chosing the destination is up to you, but for now I’ll help you with making a checklist of what to pack for a trip to the sun… Click here if you want tips on what to pack!