Panthéon, Jardin du Luxembourg & The Louvre

IMG_6474Oh you guys I love this city. I love speaking French and people actually understanding me and I them. It’s amazing and there is so much to do and see! Time for an overview of our third day in Paris!
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Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame de Paris & Some more highlights of Paris

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Notre Dame de Paris

There’s nothing wrong with being a tourist and stopping for all the highlights when you’re in one of the worlds most famous capitals for the first time, is there? On our first day in Paris, we had seen the Sacre-Coeur, the Opera Garnier and the love wall. For our second day, however, it was time for even more famous highlights!
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A quiet day in York

DSC04170When traveling to England last year, our first stop was York. We would spend two days here but we decided we didn’t want to run from highlight to highlight. Also, being York, there weren’t that many highlights we wanted to see, we would rather feel the atmosphere of the city. We saw a great deal of this lovely town on our first day, and decided on a quiet second day with just a few of the city’s main attractions.
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The wizarding world of York

DSC04112I always love visiting the UK. The food is amazing (You can wake me up any time for an English breakfast!), the people are so nice and overall, it just really has a lovely atmosphere. For our last summer vacation, we decided to visit a couple of cities in England, namely York, Leeds and Newcastle. Let’s start at the beginning: our first day in York!
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Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum and Kroketten

DSC06890I’ve written some posts about my own country, such as stories about De Efteling and the Tulip Festival, but nothing yet about our capital: Amsterdam! A few weeks back we decided to go there on my day off, to see two museums and a bit of the city.
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Why I fell in love with Venice

IMG-20180505-WA0003I absolutely fell in love with Venice. The city has been on my bucketlist forever but we decided to go there only a week before we actually did. And it was the most romantic trip. We walked in the rain at night, saw some of Venice’s highlights and took a gondola ride. In this post I’d like to share some more stories and photo’s from this mesmerizing citytrip.

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