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Do : Lille 3000

Do : Lille 3000

Happy Friday everyone! In one week time Mr and me will be leaving for Canada for two weeks holiday. You can say that both of us are very excited. In the mean time in Lille, great things are happening as well, such as the annual Braderie de Lille last two weeks and the much awaited Lille … Continue reading

Do : Journées Européennes du Patrimoine

Do : Journées Européennes du Patrimoine

Like every year, this weekend a number of french major historical buildings will open their doors to public admittance. Created in 1984 by the Minister of Culture Jack Lang, les Journées Européennes du Patrimoine is held yearly on the third weekend of September. During this two days (20th and 21st September) you can visit a … Continue reading

Do : See some street art

Do : See some street art

Street art (or urban art) is a form of visual art created in a public area and come in different forms such as graffiti, street installation or posters. Personally, I only know two famous artists, Keith Haring and Banksy. Some early iconic works can be found in New York city, San Francisco’s Mission District, San … Continue reading

Do : Fly away at the Kite Festival

Do : Fly away at the Kite Festival

Every year in spring, the town of Berck-sur-Mer organize the International Kite Festival. During two weeks, kite lovers and amateurs gather around beautiful kites and share their passion with visitors from all over France (and elsewhere, of course!) Some people are really in the serious business, which is the international competition but others like me … Continue reading

Do : Upcycling Market

Do : Upcycling Market

Upcycling : process of converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality or for better environmental value  Spring is officially here so it’s time to clean up, recycle and renew yourself and your home! If you are looking for storage and organising ideas, why not head up to the … Continue reading