Cycling and Canals in Amsterdam

When asked what Amsterdam was like to visit, I respond with a singular word, ‘pretty’. All stories from the red light district aside, there is something enchanting about the century old canals, the clutter of bicycles, narrow wonky houses and pot plant covered houseboats. Following a few days in Amsterdam, we traveled to Rotterdam to board the ferry bound for the UK. The guys behind passport control eagerly told us we were missing out having not spent time ...

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Latin Quartier, Paris

After visiting the stunning Notre Dame Cathedral we crossed the river Seine (also known as the left bank) to the Latin Quartier, if you are arriving via the metro simply stop at the 'St Michel' stop. The two streets to explore in the former Bohemia area are Boulevard St. Germain and the Boulevard St. Michel. We found an array of restaurants in small alleyways and each restaurateur tried their very best ...

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