A few months ago, Transavia (the budget airline of KLM/AIRFRANCE) announced that starting November they will be flying directly to Beirut from Amsterdam. They’ve already started from Paris/Orly less than a year ago (September 2016) and now they added Amsterdam to it. For Erwin and I this is great news a lot of reasons but…
When it is comes to travelling through Europe, Erwin and I prefer to go to under the radar destinations, small villages, and to the big cities when it is off season. We find that the real charm of Europe lies actually in the small authentic villages rather than the big crowded cities.
If you’re looking to combine taking it easy and weekend exploring, I think the series I am about to suggest will do that for you.
You all know what I am talking about: Christmas! A lot of countries all over the World share Christmas celebration similarities which includes the tree, the lighting and Santa Claus. Yet a lot of them still are unique with their own traditions.
Let’s find out what they are in Lebanon, Palestine, Japan, Netherlands, France, UK, Germany, Finland, Chile, USA, Canada and Australia.
I tell everyone I know that Europe is gorgeous in Winter. If you forget about the cold, a Winter wonderland is always picture perfect
Just last week, we had an article about the 9 underrated beautiful cities in Europe we have visited during 2017 which included the cities of Valencia, Porto and Rotterdam.
Despite being located in different countries, the 3 cities have a lot in common. Let’s go through some of them.
Now that 2017 is coming to an end, I have been reminiscing on some of the stunning places we have travelled to during this year.
Yes, we’ve have been to big touristy cities like Paris, Amsterdam, Athens, Venice, London… and we love each and every one of those cities, but then again, there are those outstanding less popular cities that can still manage to take our breath away. And we were not the only ones: big travel bloggers and travel channels are saying the same. if you don’t believe us **please believe us** we’ll refer you to the biggest names in the travel industry… all for a good cause!
It’s February already and whether time is an illusion or not, I’ve just come to realize that 2016 is officially over
Now that the year is almost ending, everyone indulges in reminiscence. My personal recollections are always about travels. I can’t help it: when I am not busy planning for a new trip, I am often “revisiting” my favorite ones. Yes I confess: I am a traveler who has fallen in love with a few many cities ***oops***….
It has been four months since I have moved to the Netherlands and it has been such a wonderful ride. I’ve had the blog to keep me busy, Erwin to keep me warm, and technology to keep me connected to my family and friends. I have never lived outside of Lebanon for more than a month, so…
Is it just me, or do cities with canals have this striking charm that can leave any person in an infatuated state of mind. Although they are big cities like many others, the canals and bridges criss-crossing all around give them a specific trait which makes them ideal destinations for hopeless romantics like myself. Here are my favorite European…
Exactly a week ago, the world was celebrating Photo day. Where millions of pictures are uploaded every minute, World Photo Day inspired thousands of photographers across the planet to share a single photo with a simple purpose: to share their world with the world. In this new Social Era, it is fascinating how an app such as Instagram…