• The Coathanger | 🇦🇺 •
I only recently found out that the Sydney Harbour bridge is fondly known to Sydneysiders as the coathanger - I can totally see why! 😂
Almost coming to the end of the Aussie series, just a couple more coathangers and opera houses to share! 😊
Hope you had a great day! 😀
South Africa 🇿🇦 Here I am !! 🛬
Starting by discovering this famous Nelson Mandela Square, a quiet place to have some rest, eat and drink something after 19 hours of flying !!
The first time I pass through the equator, the first time I've been in Summer ☀️ while the Winter ☃ is so harsh in my country.
It won't be a road trip by Van this time, but everything seems so different and I'm looking forward to discover what this place has to offer !!
Zum Glück ist der Schwarzwald so nah und somit auch der Schnee - zumindest wenn es kalt genug ist 😊
Das Bild ist schon etwas älter, vom Anfang des Jahres als wir auf dem Kandel spazieren waren ❄❄❄
Chateau de Chantilly is one of our favorite chateau in France. Unlike many of the chateau close to Paris it is built on a lake and has its main entrance on the second floor, which is unusual for French chateau. The Chateau as it stands today was rebuilt in the 1870's. The original chateau was built in the 1400's but it was destroyed in the French revolution. The chateau is set in gardens designed by Andre le Notre, is home to the Musee du Conde and is close to the Grand Stables where they have horse demonstrations/shows. The chateau is home to the Musee du Conde, one of the largest and most prestigious collections of French art and ancient book illuminations outside of the Louvre.
🌎 Chantilly, France 🇫🇷 📷 Photo by @la_gomme
Location: Oradea, Romania
I visited Romania in January and February 2017. It was my first time in Eastern Europe 🇪🇺 and I was very excited to go there.
And the interesting thing was that I got to stay with a friendly local family 👪 with Hungarian origins.
So I flew from Eindhoven Airport in The Netherlands 🇳🇱 🛫 to Debrecen in Hungary 🇭🇺 🛬 where the family picked me up.
Later on that week I got to see a lot beautiful places of the Bihor region. Including Oradea, which you see on the photo. We also visited Bear 🐻 caves, The Bihor Mountains ⛰ where we got to enjoy the snow ❄️ and so much more.
Do you like these kind of stories? I think it might be much more interesting than a caption including more hashtags than actual tekst 😅.