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Notre Dame Nave

A Peak Inside Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris

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Veronika has always had a small obsession with Disney films and fairy tales. As a kid, she would watch them over and over again and was fascinated by the stories. One of the stories she liked most was the version of the Hunchback of Notre Dame - the classic by Victor Hugo set in the… Read More

People relaxing in front of Luxemboug Palace in Jardins du Luxembourg, Paris

Parisians Relaxing in Jardins du Luxembourg, Paris

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Today's travel photo is of some Parisians relaxing and enjoying the sun in front of Luxembourg Palace in Jardins du Luxembourg, Paris. The Jardins du Luxembourg (Luxembourg Gardens) is a huge area of green space in the 6th Arrondissement of Paris, surrounding the 17th century Luxembourg Palace. It is a popular place for locals and… Read More

Boats on the Grand Canal in Chateau Versailles, France

Boats on the Grand Canal in Chateau de Versailles, France

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Today's travel photo is of some row boats on the Grand Canal in the gardens of Chateau de Versailles in France. The gardens of Versailles are just as important at the Chateau itself, established at the same time as the Chateau in the 17th century. A Grand Canal, in the shape of a cross, was… Read More

HMS Victory in Portsmouth, England

HMS Victory in Portsmouth, England

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Today's travel photo is of the HMS Victory in the city of Portsmouth, England. The HMS Victory is famous for being the flagship of Vice-Admiral Nelson in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 - Britain's greatest naval victory. She had been sailing for long before that, however, and since 1765 had led the British Naval Fleet in the… Read More

Love Locks on Pont Neuf in Paris, France

Love Locks on Pont Neuf in Paris

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Today's travel photo is of some love locks on Pont Neuf in Paris, France. The most popular and famous bridge for love locks in Paris is Pont des Arts, however there have become so many locks on the bridge that they have threatened its structural strength and have now been removed. Pont Neuf is the… Read More

Motorbike journey in the Balkans

A Motorbike Journey Across the Balkans

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Today we have some travel inspiration from Jacob Laukaitis, who bought a motorbike and rode 8000kms across the Balkan States, filming as he went. This video of his journey will make you want to pack up and hit the road. I was born and raised in Eastern Europe, but have never been to any of… Read More

Cruise boat on the Seine in Paris, France

A Morning Walk in Paris

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I yawned as I opened the french doors and stepped out onto the tiny balcony of our sixth floor apartment and looked out over the roof tops of Paris. I love that feeling that I get on my first morning in a new city. It is kind of like starting a new life in a… Read More

Pont des Arts and Institut de France in Paris, France

Pont des Arts on the Seine in Paris, France

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Today's travel photo is of the Pont des Arts crossing the Seine to the Institut de France in Paris, France. There really is nothing quite like going for a stroll along the Seine at any part of the day in Paris. There is something almost poetic about it. The Pont des Arts is famous for… Read More

Stonehenge, England

Stonehenge: A Timeless Wonder

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I hate expectations when it comes to travel. It is something that I preach often - when you travel to a new place, go there with an open mind. Try not to judge a place before you go there. But even I have trouble with this sometimes. Sometimes, you just can't help having some sort… Read More

Font inside Salisbury Cathedral, England

Font Inside Salisbury Cathedral, England

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Today's travel photo is of the font near the entrance of Salisbury Cathedral in the town of Salisbury, England. The cathedral in Salisbury is one of England's largest and most important Anglican churches. The font in this photo is a modern addition to the 13th century church, and used for baptisms. I liked the reflective… Read More

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