Last year in August, my husband and I went to Groningen for a couple of days. I have shared with you several posts about what we did those days, but I’ve got one more thing for you that’s definitely a must-see: Hortus Haren!
Now as most of you may know by now, I really love Paris… it’s such a good, fab and lovely city to visit anytime of year! And as I visit the City of Lights quite often, I can give you a bit of advice on what to see and do in the capital of La Douce France!
Today I will give you my (current…) top 5 of free things to do in Paris! Take a cup of coffee/tea or a glass of wine… whatever…, and take note 😀
Well last week you could gawk at some pretty fabulous pictures in the first part of the travelpost ‘Christmas in Paris’. Today I treat you on part II so make yourself comfortable to go on a journey with me to beautiful Paris…
I love to travel and I always want to make the most out of a holiday, weekend break or even a daytrip!
Much to my ‘art of planning’ I can fit a lot into our holidays and today I fill you in on some of my secrets 🙂
Groningen is a city which is very much alive by day, and even more so at night when all lights are lit! In today’s travelpost I give you a photographic impression of Holland’s most northern town by night. But first I tell you where we had lunch and diner… Read on I’d say!
Last week I took you on a stroll through the city centre of Groningen. We stay in the centre for today’s post, but we take a closer look to a particular part of the city centre: the neighbourhood around the Martini Tower and the Prinsenhof.