I have been visiting Belgium in March 2008. It was my first holiday since I started working as a Consultant at Ericsson. I enjoyed the international atmosphere and the distinctive old town full of restaurants and historical buildings. I also noticed that the Belgians are really friendly people.
In the south of Germany, near to the romantic strasse and the border with Austria there are two marvellous castel. The Hohenschwangau castle is beatiful outside and super beautiful inside, the Neuschwanstein castle viceversa.
The South coast of France near the Italian border is called Cote d'Azur where Azur means sky-blu and it refers to the clean sea water that you can find here. The area really resembles Italy for the food, weather and vegetation that grows here.
After visiting Belgium during my Spring holidays in 2008, I went also to visit a friend of mine in Lyon. It found very very beautiful the town, with the picturesque narrow streets called troubles. The only hitch was that a couple of times some French people insulted me and my friend hearing us tolking in English!