Monthly Archives: May 2018

Thursday Doors – No Words, Just Doors

These beautiful doors speak for themselves, but I will say that they are at the entrance to St. Mary’s Church in Berlin, Germany. The doors are fitting to the beauty inside. The magnificent pipe organ above the church alter. If … Continue reading

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Captured Moments – Bruges

Bruges, Belgium is one of the most picturesque cities in Europe. Its medieval structures, cobblestone streets and canals draped with graceful willow tree branches create an atmosphere that is simply romantic. The thing that strikes you about Bruges is the … Continue reading

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Brussels In the Rain

Brussels is an easy, three hour train ride from London on the Eurostar, with a change at Midi to hop a local train for one stop to Brussels Central Station. The city center is just a short walk from central … Continue reading

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Captured Moments – Unexpected Kindness

The village of Giethoorn, Netherlands is located within a two hour drive of Amsterdam.  The picturesque town has relatively few roads and is made up of mostly walking and biking paths, along with a maze of connecting canals that run … Continue reading

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One Day In Ghent

Almost anyone traveling in Belgium has visited Bruges, which is undeniably one of the most romantic cities in the world, but Ghent is worth your time as well. Dating back to the 1100’s, this city’s Gothic architecture, medieval neighborhoods and … Continue reading

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