This year’s vacation was a bit of a Tour d’Europe.
Böttcherstraße in Bremen. A curious mix of gothic and expressionism. This quick visit left me with the impression that Danes tend to overlook the city in favour of Hamburg and Berlin.
Bruges, boats, canals, cobblestones. And with a little effort, you can in fact lose the masses of tourists. By the way: The Italian and Spanish economies may have tanked but there were loads of Italian and Spanish tourists in Belgium. And the British were less obnoxious than in Amsterdam or Prague.
An intersection in the Upper Town in Bruxelles, officially the weirdest city in Europe.
More photos will be posted here.
PS: I do not have any original or profound thoughts to share about the attacks in Oslo and Utøya. If you read any of the Scandinavian languages, Johan Karlsson Schaffer and Marie Demker have written posts worth a read.