The Netherlands! Yes, those awesome landscapes, wooden houses and windmills of Zaanse Schans, unforgettable sunset at the NEMO science museum behind the Amsterdam central station, cycles, a lot of cycles, walking through the streets and on canal banks of Harleem, tulips and just tulips at the KEUKENHOF tulip gardens, a complete contrast at Rotterdam with its breathtaking modern architecture. Finally, an hour cruise from Rotterdam is Kinderdijk, a small windmill village with mills dating back to the 18th century.
Totally a great experience! Here are few pictures.
It is a place with beautiful beaches, natural arcs, and cliffs. Sunset looks great from here. When the tides are low you can cross the cliff (the one in below picture) through a cave and can explore the part of the cliff (L’Aiguille). And it is not a sand beach but filled with pebbles in order to save the cliffs from erosion.
It was once an artificial port and the place where Normandy landings on D-day took place during World war 2 (6th June 1944). Even now, one can find the remains of the harbor in the beach.
4. Mont Saint-Michel
It’s a rocky island few meters away from the land and easily accessible by the foot bridge. Low tide allowed us to explore around the island and enjoy the breathtaking sunset.
These flowers can be found at Claude Monet Giverny garden. Giverny is a village in the northern region of France which is around 70km from Paris. The flower and water garden is true state of art by Claude Monet. Now, his home and garden are preserved and open for the public to explore different floral compositions and few art collections.