Tag: Walks

Sightseeing at Park Guell, Barcelona

Sightseeing at Park Guell, Barcelona

If you are a fan of Gaudi, or not, you should visit Park Guell if you go to Barcelona. It (probably) won’t be like anything you’ve seen before. A collaboration between entrepreneur, Eusebi Guell, and architect, Antoni Gaudi, saw the creation of Park Guell in 1900. Gaudi wanted Park Guell to be a private estate …

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The Prettiest Street in Bruges

The Prettiest Street in Bruges

Gouden-Handrei is, arguably, one of the prettiest streets in Bruges so, of course, I had to make a beeline for it when I visited in January 2020. The street carries on into Spaanse Loksaai and ends at the Augustijnenreibrug – a three-arched bridge dating from the 14th century, making it the city’s oldest. After the …

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Brussels: Architectural Features Around the City

Brussels: Architectural Features Around the City

If you like architecture, Brussels has plenty of interesting buildings to see. But, it’s easy to miss some of the smaller details – all as stunning as the main counterpart! See the decorative exterior windows of St Michael and St Gudula Cathedral – built in the Brabantine Gothic style. Most people flock to see the …

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The Garden of the Gods at Muang Boran

The Garden of the Gods at Muang Boran

There are five different “regions” at Muang Boran, or the Ancient City, in Bangkok and in the Central region, you’ll find the Garden of the Gods. There are some interesting statues in the garden all representing Hindu gods who have been a part of Thai culture for generations. I love learning about different cultures and …

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