Take a look around! Adding travel snapshots to reviews

A couple of weeks ago, I decided to add snapshots of the surroundings to blogposts. So whenever I publish a post with a review of a shop or restaurant, there are now not only photos of the restaurant, but also one or two photos, or even a short video, of the area. A city view, a particular monument, or a spectacular landscape.

It gives you an idea of the surroundings (albeit just a glimp), and some of the things we have spotted during our visit to that city or area. And for me it’s also a way of documenting some memories from that particular city trip or visit!

Here are some of the pics that were included in recent reviews.
Some link to Instagram.

Oude Markt, Louvain
Traffic sign in Soho, London
Bridge over Hyde Park, London
biking with our tandem in Paris. At the Louvre
Bridge over the Seine, Paris
Monument (and playground) DUIK at the docks near Noordoever, Louvain
watertaxi, Rotterdam (NL)
exploring the city with the tandem bike (Jim on left), Markthal, Rotterdam (NL)
Cube houses in Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Cascade, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Medici Fountain, Paris
biking with the tandem in Paris
cemetery Père Lachaise, Paris
City Hall Louvain, Christmas lights
Statue in Sint Donatus Park, Kamerood Sesteg
Statue of Paep Thoon, not far from Greenway, Louvain
IJzertoren, Diksmuide
Along the Yser, Diksmuide
Cycling route in the area, with WWI theme, Diksmuide

Biking in Paris πŸ—Ό #paris #tandem #tandembike #multicycletandem #eiffeltower #tourist #vegancyclist

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along the canals of Amsterdam

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