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Park Central

Marsden Park in Park Central, Cambelltown, was named after a controversial Campbelltown identity, John Marsden, a local lawyer. Park Central is a “new” suburb, renowned for it’s Park, it’s restaurants, it’s private hospital and for it’s inadequate parking facilities. 89 more words


Jardins du Fleuriste de Stuyvenberg , a garden with a view and a touch of design

Today I take you to Laeken/Laken for one of the most interesting parks in Brussels, one with quite a history and one with a story to tell. 424 more words


A Slice of Happiness

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

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Ramblings of a Reticent Blogger…

So you may have noticed I’ve been a bit remiss lately. I feel bad.

It’s a mix of issues really. Part of it is the thought that I just don’t have that much to say… 1,105 more words


Tournay-Solvay park, a romantic microcosmos near the Sonian forest

For now I mostly covered the South-eastern part of Brussels and I promise I will soon also cover the northern parts of the Brussels region. But today I will take you to one of my favourite parks in Brussels : the Tournay-Solvay park, conceived by Alfred Solvay in 1878. 344 more words


App Spotlight: Heritage Museums & Gardens

Q&A with Andrea Early, Marketing and Communications Director

Big bugs. Windmill. Vintage carousel. Designer labyrinth. The Heritage Museums & Gardens in Sandwich, MA has all the quirk and charm you would expect from a historic museum on Cape Cod. 323 more words