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.
Today our correspondent, Gilbert, brings us his review of Open Kitchen, a new Brussels initiative combining food, art and meeting new people, in the city.
This entry is part 7 of 9 in the series Euro Summer 2013.What’s a very Dutch looking castle, filled with elephants, doing in the heart of the Danish capital? We decided to discover the secrets of Rosenborg Castle, in Copenhagen, Denmark, to find out.
[Editor’s Note] Today we have a guest post with a wonderfully detailed itinerary for a Spanish city I have yet to visit, Madrid. After reading Michael’s post, it is definitely on my ‘must visit’ list.
We’ve spent many a road-trip, exploring our neighbour to the south. While we’ve fallen in love with Paris, and soaked up sun on the French Riviera, our favourite French destinations aren’t the typical first stops on the tourist trail. Today we share how we fell in love with our top five cities in France, to inspire your own French holiday.
It’s scary enough visiting the hospital as an adult expat. But what do you do when your child falls ill outside of your paediatrician’s office hours? Today, our guest blogger, Sandra tells us about her baby’s first visit to the Emergency Room in Brussels.
I’m always eager to explore a new part of Belgium and when it’s with a local guide, even better. So when a friend offered to show me around her town, Beersel, just outside of Brussels, I was keen to see what she had in store.
This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series CheeseWeb's Asian Adventure 2013.Andrew and I are busy planning our first big trip of 2013 and it’s a doozy! At the end of March, we will be heading to Asia, to spend a week in Hong Kong and a week in Malaysian Borneo. Besides our 2011 travels to India, this will be our first trip to Asia and I’m feeling excited and a little scared.
Our mission is to get expats and Belgians alike to discover as much of Belgium as possible, so when we were asked to explore a corner of Brussels with a local, we jumped at the chance. Despite the chilly weather, we spent an interesting afternoon learning all about Molenbeek courtesy of the Brussels Greeters.