Tam Coc Ninh Binh, Vietnam. 2008
The highlight of my time in Brussels was the Autoworld museum.
This was honestly one of the best museums I've ever seen, and I've been to a ton of museums. The collection itself is noteworthy, and it wasn't just good because I like cars. Not only do they have pieces from all over the world, the 1800's to present, but they've got many with original paint, windshields and tires. This summer there was a special exhibit, "70 Years of Ferrari".
I put together a slideshow-video of the entire experience, it's a bit lengthy (at 17min), and I'm no video editor pro, but you can see almost the entire collection.
I'll post a few picture galleries here as well.
Ferrari Special Exhibit
Born and raised in the travel industry, Avery clings to a unique and profound drive to explore the planet's people, their cultures, history and architecture, as well as natural settings, landscapes and ecosystems. Outside of his upbringing in the travel industry, Avery's higher education mainly consists of Environmental Biology and Anthropology; his knowledge in both greatly influence his travel.