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We are Andrew and Alison and we slow travel the world to discover the best culture, food, history, nature, and hidden gems. In 2005 we left our ‘normal’ middle-class life in Canada behind to move to Belgium. After 11 years of living in the heart of Europe, we decided to shake things up again and trade our loft in Brussels for a motorhome and the open road. We haven’t looked back since. We are currently location independent and slow travelling our way around Canada in our RV.

On CheeseWeb you’ll find 13 years’ worth of articles about living in Belgium and the best places to travel in Europe by us and our dedicated team of slow travellers. You’ll also learn about our slow travel philosophy and the best slow food restaurants around the world. From meeting orangutans in the forests of Borneo to experiencing a First Nations’ Powwow in Canada to hot air ballooning over the chateaux of France, we’ll teach you how to slow down and make the most of your travels. Whether you travel by plane, train, or RV, we invite you to join us for the best slow travel adventures.

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The Best Things to Do in Siena Italy

It’s a replica of the city’s original fountain, which was made of more delicate Montagnola Sense marble and featured sculptures by Jacopo della Quercia, the remains of which are housed in the Santa Maria della Scala museum complex. It’s one of the city’s most important religious sites as it once hosted the baptism of every Siena inhabitant, regardless of social status. It’s located in the town center’s southern section, just a bit down the Via del Sole. It’s a two-bedroom apartment located just 0.7 miles from the Piazza del Campo, making it both spacious and convenient.

The Best Things to Do in Munster Germany

Munster’s skyline wouldn’t feel complete without the Munster Cathedral (St. Paul’s Cathedral). Across the various levels, you’ll find displays dedicated to other artists as well, making visiting the museum one of the best things to do in Munster for art lovers, hands down. If you’re trying to find Munster, Germany, things to do that don’t involve the hustle and bustle of the city, consider heading over to Lake Aasee. It’s located in the city’s center along the Promenade, making it an incredibly convenient base during your visit.

Visiting the Prehistomuseum in Liege, Belgium

The Prehistomuseum is an open-air museum, perfect for a nice sunny day, and also offers plenty to do for a rainy day in closed quarters. It provides a varied experience, from caves to forest walks, workshops where you can make your own musical instrument (just the way we did) to learning how fire was created in the good old days. There is a nice play area for children just outside, making it a perfect spot to enjoy lunch while the children play outside. This particular section demonstrates animals and plants during and after the Neolithic revolution, an era that changed the relationship between man and nature from a hunter-gatherer economy to an economy of farmers and breeders.

7 Amazing Reasons to Visit Jura France

Food and wine options are plentiful, so it’s an excellent choice for those who want to experience French cuisine. Camping Jura France is a great approach if you want to experience the natural wonders of the region. While it isn’t as well known as Burgundy, Bordeaux, Champagne, and Côtes du Rhone, it is certainly worth heading to Jura to experience the unique wines, including vin de paille (straw wine) and vin jaune (yellow wine). However, if you want a truly wine-centric experience, plan on attending Percée du Vin Jaune (the “piercing of the yellow wine”) in February.