Camden Market is another great London market. It was getting dark as we got there but there were still plenty of stalls to see and many pictures to take. There are locks going through the market and so many bridges run through. Many of the shops have different styles of art above the front windows. This […]Read more "Camden Market, London England"
Jazz Night Our first night in Brussels, we received a strong recommendation to go check out The Music Village. Here we had more Belgian beer, good food and heard some good Jazz music. Grand Place Grand Place is the centre of the city, with the Kings house on one side, city hall on the other, […]Read more "Brussels, Belgium"
Bruges is a cursed city, they must keep a minimum of fifty-eight swans here at all times! Right now they are safe as they have over 100 but they treat this curse very seriously. All the swans have tracking devices on their legs and the city even has a law about the Swans! It is said […]Read more "Bruges, Belgium"
Arriving in Munich, we were greeted by a heavy “homelike” snowfall. Munich is an interesting remodelling of a city, Munich is 60-80% concrete, rebuilt after the war. When Hitler started to understand the damage the war would eventually cause, (again thinking he was going to win), he thought it would be a shame to come […]Read more "Munich, Germany"
Dublin is a city with a very long and complicated history. From the Vikings in 820 to today, Dublin has been the centre of Irelands trade as it has an advantageous location by the river for merchants. One of the main attractions in the city is the Guinness storehouse. We started our tour there. The storehouse […]Read more "Dublin – Ireland"