Landmarks

Germany
Leah

Munich Viktualienmarkt

The Viktualienmarkt is a daily market in downtown Munich with 140 stalls and stores that sell a diverse range of goods such as fruits, vegetables,

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France
Leah

Tilting at Windmills

Le Place des Moulins is an old neighbourhood of Le Panier that used to be covered in windmills. In the 16th century, there were 15.

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France
Leah

Les Calanques

The Calanques are located south east of Marseille along a stretch of Mediterranean seaside cliffs. The Calanques (translated as “the Creeks” in English) are a

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France
Leah

Fort Saint-Jean

After Notre Dame de la Garde, Fort Saint-Jean was the next attraction Neil and I went to visit. Fort Saint-Jean is one of two forts,

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England
Leah

Walltown Crags

Our favourite stretch of the Wall was at the Walltown Crags. Some sections of the Wall were 7 feet tall! Walltown Crags sits between the

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England
Leah

Steel Rigg

Neil and I had seen enough forts and heard enough about the Wall. Now we wanted to actually see it! Steel Rigg is the name

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England
Leah

Vindolanda

Vindolanda—meaning (probably) white lawn or field—is a Roman fort and civilian settlement that predates Hadrian’s Wall. Vindolanda was first a conquest fort and then a

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England
Leah

Chesters Roman Fort

We began a day of Hadrian’s Wall sightseeing by going to Chesters Roman Fort. A highlight of this site is the Roman bathhouse—one of the

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