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)
Today, the Olympic torch for the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro will be lit by the High Priesstess using the reflection of the sunlight in a concave mirror in Olympia, where the Olympic Games took place in classical times. I did not have the chance to assist to this ceremony in Olympia but I was lucky enough to go to visit the site and to get tickets for the … Continue reading Olympia and the Olympics
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?
Let’s be honest, waking up at 4.00 am in the salt hotel after 2 days of poor sleep was not pleasant at all but we knew that this was THE day. The day we finally reached Salar de Uyuni. Our guide stopped us right in the middle of the salt flats with no one else around a few minutes before the sunrise. It was soooooooo … Continue reading From San Pedro to Uyuni: Day 3
Tuesday night, I booked a flight to go to Rome from Brussels airport. Yesterday morning, I woke up. My radio went on… Attacks… Bombs… Zaventem. No, not the airport. I bursted into tears. The airport is the symbol of my inability to stay still but moreover my relentless desire to explore the world, to visit new countries, to discover other cultures and ways of living. … Continue reading My airport
The Australian blogger Kachina from Kachinasnomaddiction started a series of articles on Studying abroad after moving to the States to go to college. My experience in Rome studying Sociology for 5 months was so incredible that I jumped on the opportunity to collaborate with her. Check out: http://kachinasnomaddiction.wordpress.com/2016/03/04/emilie-universita-degli-studi-di-roma Continue reading Study Abroad – interview
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]