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Fun things to do with the little ones and the slightly older

Standing on the verge of becoming an auntie for the second time around,it made me realize that these two girls are the most important things in my life right now and I want to give them all the joy they deserve ... or at least I can try!

Updated May 8, 2016
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    Mini-Europe (the name of the park reveals immediately what you are going to find inside) is ideally located next to the Atomium in Brussels. If you like, you can buy a combined ticket for those two attractions. I on the other hand, just had a tick…
  2. Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Brugelette, Belgium
    This “garden” like the owners want to call it, is situated in the middle of nowhere. At least that is how I thought of it when I drove to this park / garden. I had heard so much wonderful things about this park and because some friends of min…
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  4. Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Antwerp, Belgium
    The Antwerp Zoo is located next to the central station smack in the middle of the city centre of Antwerp. Although you might think that it is a small zoo because of its location you couldn't be more wrong. When you want to see all the animals you…
    This review was featured on Thursday December 29th, 2011
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