I really loved the colourful little houses and walking by the water and in the parks of Copenhagen. Such a peaceful and charming city! Reaching the centre from the airport is fairly simple. My hostel was right next to the main train station. There are trains to Hovedbanegård every 10 minutes. The Urban House is actually more than a hostel. You can find a restaurant … Continue reading A week-end in Copenhagen
One month ago, roaming charges disappeared in the EU! No more extra fees for SMS, calls and data! Yay! Being involved personnally in the topic through work, I wanted to summarise what it exactly means in practice. What does it cover exactly? Let’s take a young professional called Emilie, living in Belgium (just a random example!). She’s going to Rome for a few days. when … Continue reading Bye bye roaming fees!
The second part of my favourite tour in Central London will take you from Saint Paul’s cathedral to Buckingham Palace. The first part starts in Tower of London and can be found here. E. St Paul’s cathedral After crossing the Millennium Bridge, you will not be able to miss Saint Paul’s Cathedral. Again quite expensive (18£- 16£ online)*, it can be worth visiting for its crypt – … Continue reading My favourite tour in Central London (part 2)
In March, I went one more time to London and decided that I should write about the ‘tour’ I did once again. To be honest, if you do everything mentioned below you will need much more than one day. I personally tend to vary a bit every time. So just pick up your favourite place and enjoy! A. Tower of London You really need to … Continue reading My favourite tour in Central London (part 1)
I’ve hesitated a lot about writing about my snowboarding trips. I ride, I sleep, I eat. I don’t take time to visit anything, to walk (walk really?!) or to do any other things. I’ve started my skiing years in Switzerland with my primary school. My school sent us 3 weeks (yep 3!) at the age of 10-11 far away from our parents (yay!). We were … Continue reading Where to ski and ride in France?
A bit more than one year after my first article about food in Brussels, I’ve eaten so much delicious food in so many new restaurants (or at least new to me!) that a second article seemed more than necessary! World food Many of my discoveries are restaurants offering food from around the world, from Italy to Liban and Japan: Start with a traditional Italian apero at La Piola Libri (every day … Continue reading Hungry in Brussels? [N°2]
Geneva is a small but charming city with a lovely city centre, a very interesting international area and nice walks to do around the lake. It’s a pity everything is as expensive as you can imagine! Arriving by plane? Take advantage of the only free thing you will find in Geneva: free transport tickets (limited to 80 minutes) are available in the baggage claim area. … Continue reading A city trip to Geneva
Today I wanted to write a short blog post about an original and fun activity I did a few weeks ago: I played golf between cows! Farmersgolf originates from the Netherlands. If you trust Wikipedia, Dutch people have 70 places to play farmersgolf locations in their country and there would be over 110 places in Europe where ot play. Personally, I was stuck near the … Continue reading Farmersgolf