Crossed by the Rur river and surrounded by the hills of North Eifel, Monschau (Montjoie in French) is a small village in western Germany, 2 kilometers away from the border with Belgium. Its old maisons à colombages, its busy narrow streets, its finest art galleries and cosy gift shops full of handmade items make this … Sigue leyendo Monschau, Germany
May the sun enlighten your spirit, And may the fog numb your senses. May the rain give birth to your wittiest ideas, And may the storm excite your wildest instincts. The weather shapes our characters. Eleazar.
"I don't know what my path is yet. I'm just walking on it", Olivia Newton-John "Change your opinions, keep to your principles; change your leaves, keep intact your roots", Victor Hugo "I once asked a hermit in Italy how he could venture to live alone, in a single cottage, on the top of a mountain, … Sigue leyendo Fog over Valkenburg forests
Winter is coming. The sun is weak, the wind is treacherous, the cold is harsh. Only nightfall warms up the city with its orange trail. What could be more delightful than walking through the fields when all you hear is your own steps and all you feel is your sole presence? What could be more … Sigue leyendo December sunsets
It was in Strasbourg in 1570 that the very first edition of the oldest Christmas market in Europe took place. Strasbourg has been, for the 2nd year running, voted the best Christmas market in Europe in 2015, as part of the worldwide competition launched by the Brussels-based European Best Destinations organisation. In this period of … Sigue leyendo Strasbourg, Capital of Christmas