This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series City Trip - Munich.While visiting Munich, I was surprised by its vibrant and creative food scene and how deep its Bavarian roots run. However, my biggest surprise was Munich’s distinctive modern design culture. Far from the traditional biergartens and lederhosen, Munich innovates in fashion, architecture, and industrial design. Munich radiates an entrepreneurial spirit and creative flair I wasn’t expecting, but was thrilled to find.
This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series City Trip - Munich.Recently, I had the opportunity to visit Munich, a German city I knew little about. The theme of my visit was ‘Tradition and Design,’ and while Munich’s abundance of modern design surprised me, so did the richness and diversity of its tradition.
Whatever your feelings about Las Vegas, there’s no denying it’s close to some spectacular natural wonders. Today, Adriana takes us on a virtual tour of the American Southwest.
The Ommegang pageant takes place each year in Brussels, Belgium, to commemorate the ‘joyous entry’ of Charles V, and is an important part of the country’s cultural heritage.
Sunday we returned to Brussels after a month long experiment in working remotely in Andalusia, Spain and Tangier, Morocco. It was challenging and rewarding. We learned a lot and we have some big plans to share with you soon. As you can well imagine, we have plenty of stories and photos to share. While we recover and regroup, here are a few of our favourite photos from our month.
This entry is part 7 of 7 in the series Christmas in Belgium.Brussels, Belgium is a winter wonderland, this Christmas season, with a variety of brand new activities to enjoy over the holidays.
Imagine a world filled with brilliantly coloured organic shapes entirely made of glass. You’ve just pictured the world created by glass artist Dale Chihuly.
[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.
This entry is part 20 of 24 in the series Portugal & Andalusia 2012.This spring I had the opportunity to visit Prague, with my visiting parents. It was the first time any of us had been to the Czech Republic and I was particularly taken with the city’s architecture. The styles ranged from the Gothic St Vitus Cathedral to the Art Deco hotels of the city centre to the modern curved design of the ‘Dancing House’. The following collection includes my favourite photos of the architecture of Prague.