Downtown Brussels – a snapshot

It’s been almost a month since I got back from Belgium, and I’m only posting the photos now. What a slacker! Continue reading “Downtown Brussels – a snapshot”

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Switzerland part III: The people of Place de la Palud

This is going to be my last post about my recent stay in Switzerland. For those who don’t know, Place de la Palud is located in Lausanne and is the home to 16th century Fountain of Justice as well as well as an old clock. Continue reading “Switzerland part III: The people of Place de la Palud”

Saule from the front row

You’ve seen Stromae from the front row, Puggy from the front row and Suarez from the from row. Now, it’s Saule‘s turn! Continue reading “Saule from the front row”

Suarez from the front row

You’ve seen Stromae from the front row and Puggy from the front row. Now, it’s Suarez‘s turn! Continue reading “Suarez from the front row”

Puggy from the front row

You’ve seen Stromae from the front row. Now, it’s Puggy‘s turn! Continue reading “Puggy from the front row”

Stromae from the front row

After having waited for over 6 hours at the Grand Place in Brussels, I finally got to see Stromae (and other bands and singers I’ll share the pictures of later). Every year on September 27, Brussels and Wallonia celebrate the French-speaking community. This year, they had a free concert with artists from Belgium, namely Brussels and Wallonia. Continue reading “Stromae from the front row”

The Atomium is right next to the Eiffel Tower -that’s a fact!

Yes! (Well… sort of.) Mini Europe is the only place in the world where you can visit almost the whole continent in about an hour (more if you make a few stops). This unusual museum displays models (to scale) of majors cities in Europe. Continue reading “The Atomium is right next to the Eiffel Tower -that’s a fact!”