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Visit : Kortrijk, Belgium

Visit : Kortrijk, Belgium

One of the things that I appreciate the most about Lille is the proximity of this town with other European cities. Within 30 minutes of train ride and a merely 8€ of train ticket, we arrive at our neigbour country Belgium. So last weekend Mr and I went to Kortrijk (or Courtrai in french), one … Continue reading

Les beaux quartiers de Paris

If you remember, last Monday I went to the US Embassy for my visa application. Since the embassy is in the beautiful corner of Place de la Concorde, I took the chance to stroll around the area as well as the famous Place Vendôme where you can find most of the French luxury jewelery houses. … Continue reading

Visit : Le Louvre-Lens Museum

So sorry that it took me so long to do this post. If you remember, I visited Lens for the first time in May and had a hearty lunch at this restaurant. Now lets take a look at this new gem of cultural scene in the North of France. The museum was opened last year … Continue reading

Braunschweig City Center

Braunschweig City Center

Final post on Braunschweig, this time with more pictures. If you miss my two other posts, you can read it here and here… Enjoy the photos! Damn I miss bretzels so much! Till next post, bisoux!

Happy Rizzi House, Braunschweig

Happy Rizzi House, Braunschweig

During my promenade in Braunschweig the next day after the New Yorker Challenge, my team and I stumbled upon this very intriguing building. This building is called Happy Rizzi House and actually is an office building designed by the American Pop Art artist, James Rizzi. The building has a multitude colours and shapes and it … Continue reading