Monthly Archives : November 2016

Paris Catacombs

Creepy Travels – Catacombs of Paris

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Want to know everything about Creepy Travels? Check out this post. Usually, people put beautiful, breathtaking and/or awesome destinations on their bucket-list. One of the places that Lars and I had on our list was quite the opposite: the Catacombs of Paris. At the end of the 18th century, the French capital faced 2 major problems: a series of cave-ins and…

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A Place for Parisian Hipsters – Canal Saint-Martin

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This is the place in Paris that the so-called “bobos”(hipsters) call their home: the Canal Saint-Martin. With a length of 4.5 kilometers, it meanders through 4 arrondissements. Its construction took place in the beginning of the 19th century. Nowadays, it is popular amongst the local population and tourists alike, thanks to the many bistrots, restaurants and cinema theatres. Unfortunately, it…

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Visiting A Farm in The Heart of Brussels

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From a distance, the Maximiliaanpark, located in Brussels’ Noordwijk, looks like any other park in Brussels. But come closer and you will see that this place is home to a beautiful children’s farm. The Maximiliaanpark has not always been a park. In the 19th century, a train station was located here, but its activities stopped in the fifties. Afterwards, the…

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Awesome Aachen – Part 3

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Can you imagine that we spend a day in a very beautiful place without taking any pictures? That is simply because we were in an environment that didn’t allow any cameras: the Carolus Thermen in Aachen. What is awaiting you in this paradise? 3 thermal pools (1 inside, 2 outside), 15 saunas (dry and wet) and 3 restaurants! To be…

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Awesome Aachen – Part 2

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After the candy shop, something else caught our attention: a group of statues near the Elisenbrunnen. And it kept on raining and raining on our way to the town hall. Located opposite the cathedral, the history of the town hall goes back to the 14th century. It is one of the landmarks of Aachen. We had become hungry again and…

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