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All About Flowers

You have been warned. I can’t stress it enough. This will probably be my most colorful post. Last weekend we went to Keukenhof in the Netherlands, famous for its collection of just all types of tulips with access to views of tulip fields carpeting vast arrays of land. We are probably on the cusp of […]

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The Diamond City of Antwerp

When you spend so much time in Brussels, you tend to run out of things to do or visit. Normally, people flock to Bruges which is definitely picturesque. Ghent is a close daytrip destination offering equally impressive medieval architecture. But if you still have another day to spare, you might take a peek at Antwerp […]

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Castles Travel

Can’t Ghent Enough

We arrived in Ghent drenched in the tremendous freezing winter showers so we thought we wouldn’t be able to wander around the stone-tiled promenades. We still tried and thanks to the well-maintained medieval architecture, the damp and chilly atmosphere does not seem out of place. Ghent is a big city dressed in old town clothing. […]

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Museums Travel

Freedom in Amsterdam

It’s sad that due to popular culture, the first thing that comes to mind when you hear Amsterdam is the prolific red light district and legalized recreational weed consumption. But once you arrive, the city actually does not scream lewdness and promiscuity. There’s a chill kind of romance may it be in the countless bridges […]

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Bruges, Snowglobe-Perfect of a Town

I remember at one point in my childhood, it seemed like all the cakes, snow globes, and fairy tale books were decked with these fancy brick houses that made me had my first impression or expectation of how a European village looks like. Around twenty years after, I stumbled upon this friendly village of Bruges […]