Today we had our first real Belgian adventure! We set off on a two hour drive to the small town of La Roche-en-Ardenne. The drive was incredibly scenic with rolling hills, sheep grazing, lush forests and fields of golden harvest.
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Located 1670 meters above sea level this shepherd town with no electricity attracts tourists during spring and summer. When winter hits, the entire town is covered in snow forcing the inhabitants to take their flocks and reside in towns at the base of the mountain. The scenic mountaintop is perfect for hiking but don’t expect modern conveniences!
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It was literally love at first sight moment with this place. A highway with scenic views on both sides going directly into the mountains and it slowly reveals the magic of one of the most beautiful places that we have witnessed.
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Hidden away in the fragmented coastline of central Norway lies the picturesque gem of Alesund. This city surrounded by islands and fjords boasts not only beautiful landscapes, but some of the country’s most exquisite architecture. Here, wonderful art nouveau buildings line the waterfront really just putting Alesund over the top as one of Norway’s most scenic spots.
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Skogafoss Waterfall. Some of the best scenery I’ve ever seen! We also saw wild sheep and horses, and tons of geysers! I had to keep reminding myself where I was because it seemed like a dream! [Kelsey Schmitt]
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I’ve always seen photos of Hallstatt on Instagram, and on articles saying that it’s a top destination. So during a visit to Salzburg, we decided to make a stop since it was only an hour and a half away. First of all, the drive to Hallstatt was just magnificent, the beautiful mountains, the turquoise lakes, the drive itself was worth it. But nothing could prepare you for just how beautiful this place really was.
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When you are roaming around in the Swiss Alps, you are bound to see breathtaking scenery throughout, but Lauterbrunnen valley amazes everyone who visits it. On both sides of this expansive valley are spectacular cliffs climbing up to 300 meters till they meet the woody slopes.
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Update: This place was like a breath of fresh air. Simply stunning surroundings (72 waterfalls in Lauterbrunnen alone) but pretty expensive to buy food! I have to say it would be a tie with Paris on my favourite destination! Would definitely come back time and time again! There is just so much to see and do! Save your pennies for this place.
Highlights: Stayed at camping Jungfrau in Lauterbrunnen. Most affordable place and best campsite with amazing home cooked meals!
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Going to Black Forest (Schwarzwald) means not to stay at one place but lots of drive. Drive through picturesque serpentines of mountain roads of German Alps, pass romantic castles touching the sky and admire spectacular views!
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Discovery Parks | Tue, 18 Jul 2017 06:40:55 +0200
G’day Australia, thinking about exploring the Great Ocean Road but are a little pressed for time. Check out all the sights the Wyld Family managed to explore over the course of just one day!
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