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Brasserie Bordelaise, La Belle Epoque, Bordeaux
On the busy Quai du Maréchal Lyautey, we found La Belle Epoque, a typical Brasserie Bordelaise. The interior of the restaurant was retro but we decided to sit outside on the terrace with sunny weather. We selected a dorade ceviche, a carpaccio and cake with...

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A touch of the modern elements in the city of Bordeaux
Mayer Alain Juppé has clean-up the city in the last two decades. Not only restoring the historical buildings but also adding open space and views around the river banks. In this article we share a few buildings which represent modern elements of Bordeaux. W...

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Blanche Dael coffee and tea in Maastricht
We could not resist to take pictures of this 125 years old specialty shop in Maastricht. Their main products are coffee, tea and nuts. All products are homemade and the smell in shop is amazing. On top of the ingredients, customers may also buy tea pots. We...

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Xpressions lunch at the Beluga Loves You restaurant, Maastricht
Modern architecture in a club lounge style with amazing food prepared by the two Michelin Star Chef Hans van Wolde, makes this restaurant one of our favorites in the world. Their credo is Beluga loves you, well it is mutual. With our Champagne they served s...

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Graffiti at the abandoned factory district Bassin, Maastricht
In our previous article of Maastricht, you saw the modernisation of the city with marvelous architecture. Here in the Bassin, factories are abandoned, and remain standing in their skeleton. It attacks tourists who visit the Bassin via the water with small b...

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Maastricht, a modern city with Roman history
The city of Maastricht was named after the Maas River which flows through the capital of Dutch Limburg. It is a cozy city close to the Belgian border. From both river banks, you have nice views on the buildings and its bridges. In the city you still find so...

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Walking on the Wall of San Carlos, Cadiz
This defense wall of Cadiz was built in the 18th century and marks the border of the old city. It is very wide and still armed with cannons. There is however no enemy to be fought. Below we see the clear green water of the Mediterranean Sea. It is a pleasur...

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Plaza Espagna and Monument Cortes, Cadiz
This square and monument were erected for the celebration of the Spanish constitution of 1812. Surrounded by green sculptured trees and red flowers the victory column stands out in the sun light. On top of the pillar, a few men are carrying the book of the ...

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La Caleta Beach and club Maritimo Gaditano, Cadiz
It is low tide and the small fisher boats are stranded on the beach. In the background you see Fort San Sebastian with its lighthouse. The weather circumstances are good and people try the cold water. The impressive white building, which looks partially lik...

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Lava hike on Punta Moreno, Isabela Island, Galapagos
Isabela Island is rather big and has many faces. Our two previous articles show pictures of animals and beach locations. That morning, we were landing with the zodiacs on black lava rocks. All Galapagos Islands are volcanic and this is a young island. Our h...
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