20 06, 2018

Spectacular Flower Carpet | Le Tapis de Fleur of Brussels, Belgium

2018-07-07T08:25:52+00:00Categories: Belgium, Europe with kids|Tags: |

Tapis de Fleur Bruxelles | Carpet of Flowers Brussels The event itself is created every 2 years in the Brussels Main Square since its inception in 1971.  The tradition began when landscape architect E. Stautemans was inspired by smaller Flemish cities' carpets.  The 2014 Brussels Carpet of Flowers was created as a tribute to the Turkish immigrants to [...]

4 05, 2017

Fields of Gold B&B Ypres, Belgium

2018-04-28T20:36:39+00:00Categories: Belgium, Europe with kids, Hotels, Reviews|Tags: , |

Accommodations in Ypres, Belgium After finding out that we had been approved for tickets to the Vimy Ridge Battlefield 100th Anniversary Memorial in April, I scurried to find accommodations and weekend plans for the family. Vimy is 400 km from us so it wasn't exactly a day trip. Needing to be at the shuttle pick up for 10 am [...]

17 04, 2017

A Beautiful Sunny Weekend In Liège, Belgium with Kids

2018-06-30T13:09:32+00:00Categories: Belgium, Europe with kids|Tags: |

THE ESSENTIAL TRAVEL GUIDE TO LIEGE, BELGIUM When travellers visit Belgium, they usually set their sights on Brussels and cities in Flanders like Antwerp and Ghent. But there is plenty to see and do in the south of the country too. With its proximity to the German, Dutch, and Luxembourg borders, Liège makes an excellent base for exploring a [...]

23 03, 2017

12 of Europe’s Best Museums for kids

2018-05-05T15:36:10+00:00Categories: Europe with kids, The Kids|Tags: , , , , , , |

Best European Museums for Kids All museums are not created equally; some are artistic, some are historical, and some are just odd. It's hard to tell if the kids will enjoy them, and it's frustrating when they don't. As Family Travel Bloggers, we have tried many museums with the kids and we know which ones worked, and which [...]