Happy new Year!

I wish you an inspiring, full of good surprises, open mind and discovers of the others and their cultures.

I sincerely hope that 2016 will be more human and more peaceful but for this, we need also to take an active part on it so to us to share common space, share stories and histories to help to understand the other and don’t forget what fury destroyed!

Amsterdam in 3 days

Summary of the trail:
Amsterdam is worldly known for its canals, its bikers (the ones who ride a bicycle… but that doesn’t do a real different regarding to their driven!), its paintings (and Rembrandt’s ones), Anne Frank, its Red light District and… its coffee shops! Be clear, you will not find here a guide of the best coffee shops available in town. Many guides still exist and if you have any doubt of your capacity to find one “coffee shop” which sell not the beverage but hemp, don’t be afraid, eyes but above all your smell will find them without any margin of error…
No, I suggest you here my 2 days experience of the Dutch capital, based on visit, food, wandering, discoveries and food!
Note: the core city of Amsterdam is really easy for pedestrians! (everything is accessible in 30min max)

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Your name as author of the trail: Hélène Herniou – visicity

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Reaching the capital
Day 2
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Rambling trip in Skye

Summary of the trail:
Skye is an extraordinary island. During our 3 days spent there, we were really amazed by Skye: its people, its breathtaking landscapes, its Highland games (just excellent) and its good whisky too! Note that it is quite easy, during the season, to visit the island and ramble without a car. It only requires planning: sleep in Portree, wake up early (but as usual for walkers) and be careful with the bus timetable! This following trail is not enough precise to take it as a guide while walking. The idea is definitely to help you to see what could be interesting to see and where to walk from our experience.

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Reaching the island
The Storr and the Quiraing
The Talisker Bay
Drive out of Skye
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4km of History and present of Paris

Summary of the trail:

Paris has never stopped developing, changing, building and being a witness to its times, from the Roman period until the end of the 20th century. The left bank is a particularly good example of this running history thanks its so many vestiges still standing. With this trail, I recommend you discover with fun and games 18 centuries of History! (this walk is family friendly)

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Your name as author of the trail: Hélène Herniou – visicity

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Bricks and stones wall
The oldest church of Paris
The French Revolution
An open-air sculpture museum
From private royal 'drugstore' to free lessons in botanic, chemistry and anatomy
Paris is not only Paris

Paris, city of water ways – Exchange with outside of Paris

Summary of the trail: We know Paris as the City of Lights but not as city of waterways. However, Paris is built around the Seine River and “cut” by many canals. Strong communication ways, these canals belong to the Parisian landscape as romantic or picturesque ribbons and no longer as highways. Let’s scratch this idea and go to the past, to discover a city quite different as the one we know!

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Your name as author of the trail: Hélène Herniou – visicity

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A curious sculpture
Rotonde de la Villette
The last lift bridge of Paris
Paris, its past, its modernity
End is only the beginning!

wonder wander

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