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Giethoorn, Netherlands (the town with no roads) • orig. source not found

Dreaming of the simple life? Try the village in the Netherlands with no roads (but you'll need a boat)

Giethoorn, Netherlands (the town with no roads) • orig. source not found

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Incredible Blue Color Inspirations from Chefchaouen, Moroccan Architecture, Decorating and Painting Ideas

Chefchaouen, Morocco Visit our website for more articles pictures and also product check it out http://boss-goldmine.com More

Here’s a guide to 7 must-see spots while road tripping the Pacific Coast Highway. 1. Glass Beach

Pacific Coast Highway: The quintessential California road trip

Here’s a guide to 7 must-see spots while road tripping the Pacific Coast Highway. 1. Glass Beach

Did you know there’s a village in Poland that is painted with folk flowers? It is called Zalipie and it’s located in the South East part of Poland, close to Slovakia.

Painted floral village

Did you know there’s a village in Poland that is painted with folk flowers? It is called Zalipie and it’s located in the South East part of Poland, close to Slovakia.

To Blog Or Not To Blog More

To Blog Or Not To Blog More

One of the most famous, and most photographed thatched cottages in the world is Anne Hathaway's Cottage (above) at Shottery, near Stratford-Upon-Avon. It is here that Shakespeare is said to have courted Anne before they married. The skilled art of thatching is still alive and well in the UK today. Thatchers often leave their own unique signature on the newly thatched roofs, from decorative ridge designs to reed peacocks and corn dollies.

One of the most famous, and most photographed thatched cottages in the world is Anne Hathaway's Cottage (above) at Shottery, near Stratford-Upon-Avon. It is here that Shakespeare is said to have courted Anne before they married. The skilled art of thatching is still alive and well in the UK today. Thatchers often leave their own unique signature on the newly thatched roofs, from decorative ridge designs to reed peacocks and corn dollies.

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