Monthly Archives : January 2017

Piran

TBT Thursday – Passing through Piran

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After having enjoyed the dolce vita in Italy, our next destination was Piran in Slovenia. We did not stay there, but we paid a short visit to it. Getting to Piran is very easy, getting rid of your car is something else, because it is a very popular destination, with tourists and locals alike. Actually, we spent more time driving…

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A Not So Successful Day in Dinant

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The last Sunday before Christmas, Lars, Vanessa Morgan and I decided to visit Dinant, a beautiful town in the French-speaking part of Belgium. But things didn’t go as planned… Problem number 1. There is no direct train between Brussels and Dinant. The only solution is a two-hour train-trip with lots of stops, something I wasn’t aware of when I bought…

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Trattoria Traversi

TBT Thursday – Enjoying La Dolce Vita in Berbenno di Valtellina

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A new item on the blog! Since Lars and I still have to share lots of stories and pictures of our summer trip of 2015, we will feature these on TBT Thursdays. The reason why we didn’t write about these earlier, is due to my severe depression (which now belongs to the past). Anyway, after our adventure on the Stelvio Pass,…

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de Oude Wacht

Where We Slept and Ate in Groningen

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If you want to stay in the heart of Groningen without paying a fortune, then the Martini Hotel is the best choice. The name of the hotel refers to the nearby Martini Tower. Unfortunately, I forgot to take pictures of the room, but I can assure you that they are cozy and comfortable and of course come with a free…

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Groninger Museum

Gorgeous Groningen – Part 3

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When it comes to art, Groningen has one major thing to offer: the Groninger Museum. The museum dates from the end of the 19th century and the current building consists of three main buildings, designed by Philippe Starck, Alessandro Mendini and Coop Himmelb(l)au. (source: Wikipedia) During our visit, part of the museum was closed, due to preparations for a huge Rodin exhibition. Anyway,…

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