I don’t know what I was expecting…but it wasn’t a city that looked like it had stepped out of a fairytale.
“Lick the walls,” Our guide instructed.
We looked at each other apprehensively. Was she having us on? Should we play the part of dumb tourists?
We licked them. They were salty. Obviously.
Continue reading “Wieliczka Salt Mine, Poland”
“I think I’m going to wear my thongs to town tonight,” I say to my friend.
She looks at me with bemusement.
“Wow…ummm…okay,” she replies cautiously. Continue reading “Impressions of Mykonos”
A few weeks ago, I wrote a post on the museums that I visited during my stay in Amsterdam and the Hague. This post outlined everything about the museums, from cost to whether I thought that they were worth it. For this post, I’m going to go a bit beyond that and tell you six things which you shouldn’t miss when visiting Amsterdam (which aren’t just museums/galleries). Continue reading “Unmissable in Amsterdam”
The Keukenhof Gardens are closest to the town of Lisse in the Netherlands and are open from the end of March until May each year. Continue reading “Why You Should Definitely Visit Keukenhof Gardens”
The Atomium was possibly my favourite thing that we did in Brussels, although picking just one in a city full of culture, food and sights is a seemingly impossible task. Continue reading “The Atomium – Brussels”