Two weeks ago I was on a sunny sunday at Amsterdam. It was 22 degrees! I did a visit to the Beurspassage before I went to the The Hortus Botanicus Garden. You can find lovely art at the Beurspassage. The Beurspassage Amsterdam is a part of the project Nowadays. It is transformed into a beautiful piece of art by artists Arno Coenen and Iris Roskam. The name of the work art is Amsterdam Oersoep. It is 10 minutes walking from the Central Station.
I did my lunch at Benji’s Amsterdam. You can eat here healthy yoghurt bowl. It was worth waiting.
After the lunch we did a visit to the Hortus Botanicus Garden.
The city Maastricht
I lived nine months in the center of Maastricht because of my work.
One week ago I had an amazing time at Venice. And I booked this flight last minute.
I definitely enjoyed the water and the sun.
Valkenburg Castle, locally known as Kasteel van Valkenburg, lies in the town of Valkenburg, in the province of Limburg in the Netherlands.
I can believe that it’s almost December!
Finally a new blogpost! Maastricht is a lovely authentic city.
Maastricht offers many museums, churches, historical buildings, hidden alleys and spacious squares. You can find any form of architecture here.
In this blog I want to give you advice about what to see and about my favorite hotspots!
Yesterday I did a visit to the Teylers museum in Haarlem. The museum is very close to the central station (like 10 minutes by walking). The Teylers Museum is the country’s oldest, dating from 1778. It’s a bit of a mixed bag, containing early inventions, fine art, old coins, geological specimens and a library. The building itself is as interesting and beautiful as the displays it holds. That is, unless you know what you’re looking for. Though started after he died, the museum is named after Pieter Teyler van der Hulst, a wealthy Haarlem manufacturer and banker.