Exploring Craft Beer with Maine Brew Bus

Last updated on December 15th, 2022 at 03:37 pmMaine is a wonderful state. It features some of the country’s most rugged and pristine coastline. Forests, historic lighthouses, fresh lobster galore and delicious craft beer are in abundance. Maine is currently home to around 60 breweries, but since it’s generally not a good idea to drink…

Cantillon Brewery: Last Lambic Brewery in Brussels

Last updated on December 18th, 2022 at 07:47 pmAway from the touristy Delirium Cafe and it’s world record 2,000 beers on offer is a lesser-known gem, the family run Cantillon Brewery in Brussels. Cantillon has been brewing lambic beer with the same equipment since their inception in 1900. The active brewery and museum reside in…

Cantillon brewery in Brussels

Brugge: Romantic and Indulgent

Last updated on May 30th, 2019 at 03:12 amBrugge is the capital of West Flanders and home to around 120,000 people. Canals, cobbled streets and medieval buildings are distinguishing features of this well preserved medieval town. Markt square has a 13th-century belfry with an 83m tower offering great panoramic views. Oh, and all the delicious…

Nuremberg, Germany: What to See

Last updated on February 10th, 2019 at 11:43 pmMany people, including World War II aficionados, associate Nuremberg¬†with the Nazi party. It was here that the large Nazi rally grounds were built and from 1933-1938 Hitler addressed hundreds of thousands of supporters in an annual gathering. Hence Nuremberg was also where the allied forces decided to…

Nurnberg Christkindlesmarkt

Camping on Texel, the Western Frisian Islands of the Netherlands

Last updated on February 18th, 2023 at 01:34 amIf you are looking to find a quiet and peaceful spot in the Netherlands look no further than the West Frisian Islands. Texel is the easiest island to reach from Amsterdam. We went camping on Texel with some friends over the July 4th weekend some summers back…