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Drink coffee with friends, have dinner with Icelandic food, check out impressive northern light photos, find a unique Icelandic design gift , let's get spicy with noodle soup, buy vintage things in flea market. All of this activities I never get tried of when visiting these places.
This is a map of "The Avenue" (W. 36th St.) The Avenue is a staple of Baltimore culture. It has plenty of shops, diners, and vintage charm. I especially like the south side of the street and this map shows a few reasons why!
Far from the famous Grand-Place listed by Unesco world patrimony, let's discover another many-faceted Brussels!
Taste the Art Nouveau or some delicious French fries, enjoy an impressive bookstore where you can eat in the middle of the books, discover the hidden Senne River...
A small town, but a great town !
This is a map of the infamous Mumbles Mile. A collection of pubs along the seafront in Mumbles, Swansea. There used to be over 20 pubs but as the years have gone by unfortunately many have closed. The year 1997 is the year that I met my husband and the last year that I remember doing part of the mile as soon after we were blessed with my eldest daughter. It still holds many memories as I'm sure it does to the many people that used to frequent Mumbles in the 90's.
This is my Barcelona. The places I love the most, the ones where I shared the best moments, the best conversations, the best smiles, and the ones I want to share with everyone to make the Barcelona visit more special than it could be.
Reykjavik holds a great combination of historic Viking history and modern art, music and food. Reykjavik is a small enough city where it is very simple to walk and get around and on one stroll you can see a statue of a Viking slaying a dragon, eat a very unique Icelandic hot dog and see some beautiful modern architecture. At 66 degrees north, that is just the tip of the iceberg (so to speak).