After having lived in London and in Dubai, Britton Thomas Matthew Cotton (32) now lives in the Antwerp district of Borgerhout. On his Facebook page, he blends new and old cityscapes.
Only early last week Danny and I posted ‘Why we keep posting during the coronavirus crisis‘ but it feels like a century passed already.
Yes, current measures against coronavirus COVID-19 restrict our freedom of movement drastically. Nevertheless we’d like to share this nifty app.
On Open Monument’s Day I had the unplanned opportunity to take a peek inside Kneuterdijk Palace in The Hague, the political capital of the Kingdom of The Netherlands. The palace is the home of the Council of State or Raad van State.
Stoomcentrum Maldegem holds it annual Stoomtreinfestival or Steam Train Festival on 4 and 5 May. Steam trains will run between Maldegem and Eeklo in the province of East Flanders in Belgium.
Night trains, sleeper trains, sleepers. Call them what you want. Danny and I love night trains. So when Vanessa from Nessacityblog offered to lend me ‘Night Trains, The Rise and Fall of the Sleeper‘ by Andrew Martin, I didn’t refuse.
During my 2018 Mediterranean Cruise we called at Mykonos, from Mykonos it was only a small boat trip over the rough seas to the nearby island of Delos, while it currently is uninhabited (except for some archaeologists and a bunch of cats) it used to be one of the biggest and most important cities and…
Dresden has always been a destination I wanted to visit ever after I saw some pictures of its Frauenkirche that was rebuilt after the city was bombed during the second world war. When I was planning a trip to Poland and Czechia with Ivan, the opportunity presented itself to add Dresden into our itinerary.