Many airlines are transforming air sickness bags from something boring into things you actually want to photograph and share with friends.
Every airline claims to have stylish uniforms, but let’s be honest: most of the time it is just a boring custom-made suit in navy blue with a white shirt. Some carriers go way below, but some airlines still surprise with high couture high in the sky.
Off course we all love Londen and Paris (kudos to people over there), but the truth is: these kind of cities are expensive and most of us have already been there. So let’s go to some places who might not be number one on Tripadvisor, but are certainly worth a visit.
Summer’s here, so many people will take an airplane soon. The pleasant start of a holiday for some, pure horror for others. For those who fear flying it might be good to know in advance whether your flight is likely to crash. Good news: there is an app for that.
I’m in New York at the moment, and if you look at some of the most expensive hotels in town like The Intercontinental on Times Square, Warwick Hotel or Marriott Essex I am so surprised when I see they charge you money for the use of Wifi. In 2016.
KLM, the flag carrier of The Netherlands, has received its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner. To welcome this state of the art airplane in the fleet, they organised a special welcome flight for aviation fans. We were on board!
Sure: you can always surprise your partner by renting a horse and char to drive around the city, organising a picnic in the park or to propose in the Ferris Wheel during the annual fancy fare, but let’s be honest: we’ve all done that before and are looking for something new and unexpectedly romantic. Here’s our 5 tips for unexpectedly romantic spots in Brussels.
Most people will agree: the Belgian coast is ugly as hell. The coastline is spoiled with tower blocks made of doubtful architecture. So is Ostend. It used to be one of the most beautiful European coast cities with the most wonderful Art Nouveau, but due to a building boom in the eighties not much of that is left. In the nineties, Ostend was a city to avoid. But now it’s coming back. New charming initiatives pop up everywhere. Even most Belgians haven’t discovered them yet. But when visiting Belgium, why not spend a weekend in Ostend?
If you have been strolling around in a Brussels museum, shopping in the Rue Dansaert or trying Belgian beers for too long, and you realise that the theater show you’ve bought tickets for is about to begin and you still have to eat: don’t worry. There are plenty of places in Brussels where you can get great food without having to spend your entire evening in the restaurant. Off course, you can go to a typical Belgian ‘Friterie’ of ‘Fritkot’ (a list with the best ones will follow), but the world is so much bigger than Belgium. So here are some traditional cuisine restaurants from all over the world where you can eat without wasting time.
New York is great, but in this amazing city it is for a tourist hard to get of the beaten track. I am very lucky to have a friend that lives there. He showed me his favorite places, sometimes just around the corner from a huge tourist attraction. Let me share some of his precious tips with you.