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After The Storm – Fyns Hoved

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Our last stop of the first day was at Fyns Hoved. It’s always windy here. Of course, there is a difference between a soft summer breeze and a freezing winter wind. But this time I was literally blown away. By the way, have I already told you that during such occasions Lars prefers to stay in the (warm) car? Anyway,…

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A Rainy Saturday – Wenduine

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What started as a small fishing village, has now become a tourist resort: Wenduine. Apart from the beach, Wenduine has another place that is worth seeing: the dunes. There aren’t so many of them at the Belgian coast, but these ones happen to be protected. We didn’t get to the dunes though, because the weather was really too bad, so we…

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Our Adaptable Adventure – Back to our favorite beach

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The Viking and I enjoyed our little escapade to Sweden and Norway very much! We were thrilled to see all these new landscapes, but we were also very happy when we were back on our favorite beach! We felt emotional about it. It’s hard to explain, but this beach has played an important part in our relationship. We have nothing…

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River nostalgia

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When you look up information about the Dyle river (Dijle in Dutch), this is what Wikipedia says: Dyle (French) or Dijle (Dutch) or historically the River Dyle in English, is a river in central Belgium, left tributary of the Rupel. It is 86 km (53 mi) long. It flows through the Belgian provinces of Walloon Brabant, Flemish Brabant and Antwerp. Its source…

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The béguinage of Louvain

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I have very fond memories of Louvain, because of my years at its university and because I lived there for about 12 years afterwards. And the béguinage is one of my favorite places there. If you want to escape from the hustle and bustle of the busy town, this is the place to be. This béguinage is one of the…

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Inspired by movies – The Golem: A visit to the Jewish Quarter of Prague

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The evening before The Viking and I visited Prague, I decided to have a look at our travel guide. We had agreed that The Viking would show me around in the city, but a little bit of extra research doesn’t hurt, does it? That’s how I discovered that there was some truth in this legend about the Golem of Prague.…

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Charles Bridge in Prague

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Charles Bridge was constructed in the 14th – 15th century and was for a long time the only connection between Prague Castle and the rest of Prague. Its name comes from the person who ordered its construction, King Charles IV. According to Wikipedia: The bridge is 516 meters long and nearly 10 meters wide, resting on 16 arches shielded by…

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