Roundup of Euro Trip 2017

My Euro trip of 2017 series has finally come to an end. I hope you enjoyed reading about my travels and looking through my photos. I hope I have inspired you to visit some of these amazing places or just experience another culture from your own hometown.

This is a round-up of all the countries and cities we visited on our Euro trip in 2017. They include France, Italy, Switzerland, Serbia, Sweden and Belgium. Press the images below to visit the corresponding travel post.

If you would like to read about my other travel stories from across the world see my Travel Adventures.

 

France

Disneyland Paris Pictures

Walt Studio Pictures

Bordeaux

 

Italy

Milano

Bergamo

Como

Luino

santa caterina

Giro del Sole

Switzerland

Lugano

Bellinzona

 

Serbia

Aleksinac

Nis

Belgrade

 

Sweden

Malmo

Ystad

Lund

Goteborg

 

Belgium

Brussels

Bruges

11 thoughts on “Roundup of Euro Trip 2017

    1. Thanks Lane 🙏 She loved it especially because she was old enough to know all the characters. When we went to Disney Florida a year before she was not sure who they were. No one was more excited then me though lol We are in Singapore now on holidays, so taking lots of photos and trying lots of amazing foods. Have you been before?

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      1. You’re still a kid at heart and you get to relive everything through your baby’s eyes! I love it! I have not been to Singapore. In fact, I’ve never been to Asia unless you consider Asia Minor… I’ve been to Turkey. Amazing country for history and culture and friendly people! Can’t wait to see all the foods you are trying. What is the most adventurous food you tried in Singapore so far? What was the best?

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      2. Yeah the best thing is watching you child experiencing things for the first time. I’d love to see Turkey. I just love their food and art and their history is fascinating. On my wish list. Well it depends what you consider adventurous. To Marco just about anything I order is. I like to try as many traditional dishes like cheong chee fun, Rojak, popiah. I haven’t tried fish head soup or chilli crab yet. It’s quite expensive and I can’t share. My favourite is dish is Char kway teow and O really loves the breakfast Kaya Toast, which is this sweet coconut spread. The hawker markets are amazing so you can try something new everyday and it’s very cheap. The food is much less oily then back home. Is south East Asian food popular on your side of the world?

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      3. Sounds amazing! I love South East Asian food. We have a ton of immigrants from Asia here on the West Coast of the US… LA, SF, and Vancouver BC come to mind… and they’ve have brought there delicious cuisine with them… although much of it has unfortunately been Americanized. Thai and Vietnamese are some of my favorites. I wish I were a bit more adventurous when it comes to exotic cuisine. You’ve been traveling a lot lately!

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      4. I’ve heard about Americanised Asian food and it sounds terrible. The same has happened with Italian, also here. You can find good Asian food in Australia, the only thing is the menu tend to be big and I think they use a lot of jar sauces rather then specialise. Many Asian students have terrible skin so I think that may be why. Yeah we have a lot in last couple of years. Prob because I hadn’t been working. When I go back to postgrad study this month I will have to stay put. It’s nice to get away since my partner works so just much to spend quality time and still cheaper and better value to go overseas then holiday here is Australia.

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      5. Our dollar is never high except when I was in Europe to study during recession. Biggest thing for us is to travel places with clean water. After getting a parasite that made me sick for years I’m too scared to take O while she’s young. Otherwise I’d go to Bali like all the other Aussies. For us just about anywhere seems cheaper for food and attractions since at home this is expensive.

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      6. That bug must have been very scary. Sorry you had to go through that. I bet you are ultra-careful now. That’s the great thing about living in a high-cost-of-living area… by comparison, most everything else is relatively affordable. We are planning a move to Spain. Cost is one of the considerations.

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