Archives

My trusty assistant.
1 comments / 0 votes

This Belgian classic is so nice, I ate it twice—in one day! It’s true. I was so taken with these these delicious meatballs that, on a recent trip to Liège, I had boulets for lunch and dinner. And I would do it again. One of the key ingredients in this dish is “sirop de Liège,” more »

1 comments / 0 votes
mons chocolate 3
0 comments / 0 votes

One early spring Saturday afternoon, we pointed our family car toward the center of Mons. We’d heard that the locals were going to the Chocolate Festival, and that the Americans who live around Mons were going, so we decided that it was probably the place to be. The Grand Place was looking lively with chatting more »

0 comments / 0 votes
rp_pauline-1024x768.jpg
0 comments / 0 votes

We recently had the incredible honor of interviewing Pauline Frommer at the DC Travel and Adventure Show about, what else, Belgium! Daughter of the travel guide pioneer, Arthur Frommer, Pauline continues the family legacy as editorial director of the Frommers guidebooks and publisher of frommers.com. Here’s what she had to say. Vero: I heard talk more »

0 comments / 0 votes
horse 2
0 comments / 0 votes

One of my favorite surprises about the Belgian countryside has been how very horsey it is. The area where we live is littered with draft horses, miniature horses, teeny ponies, medium ponies, tall horses, stocky horses, donkeys, riding schools, exercise paddocks, and little home hunter jumper set-ups. There are horses in our back yard, horses more »

0 comments / 0 votes
zoom 8
0 comments / 0 votes

I was beyond excited when I found out a new boutique hotel would be opening in Brussels during my trip last November. Two other things had me jumping out of my seat when Zoom Hotel agreed to host me for the night: 1) they have a photography theme, and 2) it was opened by the more »

0 comments / 0 votes

Archives

> <
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec