As we all freeze and huddle around our computer screens to keep warm, D.G. Kaye.. Debby Gies continues to bring sunshine into our lives… This month it is Curacao…not just blue seas but …
Wind mill operators in the Netherlands want a cap on tourists visiting their small, picturesque Dutch village.
Enjoy the best views of Amsterdam’s canal houses and houseboats on a 1-hour cruise. Admire merchant buildings from the 16th and 17th centuries, Amsterdam’s Golden Age, when trade flourished and was reflected in elaborately decorated facades.
There’s something so magical about the city of Amsterdam: the tree-lined canals, intricate Dutch canal houses and an endless supply of cyclists buzzing by on their daily commute. As a walkable city, Amsterdam is great to explore solo as it is effortless to make your way around the streets. There are many small art galleries…Read the Post
A Dutch Caribbean island with a lollipop-coloured capital city and long stretches of sandy beaches, Curacao sits pretty just north of Venezuela. With visitors from Canada on the rise, it’s
The Afsluitdijk Wadden Center is a museum and a visitor center in Kornwerderzand, a settlement on the Afsluitdijk causeway in the northern Netherlands…
But colorful public areas aren’t just ideas for story books. There are a number of colorful cities all around the world waiting to be discovered.
Rich with fauna and flora, nature-lovers can walk across the sea at this UNESCO World Heritage spot.
Source: The Wadden Sea
From a cheerful fishing village in Italy to a walled colonial city in Colombia, these colorful cities and towns will add a jolt of vibrancy to your next vacation.