The elegant, flowing style of Art Nouveau architecture is still alive in Brussels. Walking around the city provides many opportunities to view some magnificent houses. Continue reading “Art Nouveau Architecture in Brussels”
The Musical Instruments Museum (MIM) was one of the highlights of my short visit to Brussels. It is musical adventure right in the city centre and an opportunity to see and hear some rare instruments. Continue reading “Impressions from the Musical Instruments Museum in Brussels”
Brussels has some great places for digital nomads to work from.
On a day trip from Brussels to Antwerp, I went up to the roof of the Museum aan de Stroom, also known as MAS, for a beautiful panorama view of the city.
Continue reading “Travel Photography: Antwerp Panorama”
Tel Aviv has a large selection of paid coworking spaces, but it also has some free ones. Continue reading “Free Coworking Spaces in Tel Aviv”
York simply is enchanting. Continue reading “Travel Photography: York, England”
Spain is a marvelous country to travel around. Last autumn I spent two months in Spain and gathered some simple practical tips for visitors.
I love trains and I love taking photos of train stations. Continue reading “Travel Photography: I Love Trains”
On my first visit to Japan, I fell in love with it right away.
Continue reading “Travel Photography: Memories from Japan”
During a week’s visit to Málaga, I needed to get some work done, and while my airbnb flat had a decent WiFi connection, I didn’t want to stay there for hours when I could be in the city. I found some cool laptop-friendly cafes in Málaga to work from with free WiFi, power plugs and a nice atmosphere. Continue reading “Laptop Friendly Cafes in Malaga, Spain”