Imagine an art gallery where nothing is for sale and the art is not part of a museum collection. You are welcomed inside and encouraged to sit on the furniture, relax and take your time enjoying the art as you would in a comfortable home. This is the concept behind Maison Particulière.
This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series CheeseWeb's Asian Adventure 2013.Nothing can describe the feeling of seeing the jungle leaves begin to rustle and you spot your first glimpse of a wild orangutan. On our recent trip to Borneo, we were among the lucky few who experience this thrill.
“You’ll know you’re there,” I say to friends and colleagues to whom I’ve extolled the virtues of Brussels’ La Bonne Humeur “when you see the enormous mussel outside.”
Today we are pleased to bring you this sponsored guest post about pension planning in Belgium. If you plan to be in Belgium during your Golden Years, read on to learn valuable information pertaining to your retirement savings.
This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series Belgium in a Glass.Summer is around the corner and nothing pairs better with a Belgian summer than a refreshing Belgian beer. Blond ale is a great choice for the season and there are many options in Belgium. Today we get you started with a few you should try.
This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series CheeseWeb's Asian Adventure 2013.Just over a month ago, we announced our big plans for CheeseWeb’s Asian Adventure 2013. This Wednesday, we returned from that incredible journey. It’s going to take us some time to process all of our thoughts and experiences (not to mention our photos!), but today we want to share just a little taste of what we saw, did, ate and felt over those two amazing weeks.
This entry is part 9 of 9 in the series Euro Summer 2013.Canals, bicycles and colour galore – these were my favourite photography subjects in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Spring is here and our thoughts are turning to visiting Europe’s best gardens. Today we share photos of our 10 favourite gardens in Europe.