M I L A N

   

Another hotpots to visit is Corso Como! This is a very elite botantic place! My advice is to drink coffee only 🙂 Because this place is very expensive.

Hello everyone! Last weekend I enjoyed my time at Milan. I see a lot in two days! I hope this blog give you some inspiration about city tour at Milan!

Milan based architecture studio Stefano Architect has designed an outstanding project. The name of the project is Bosco Verticale. Amazing, isn’t? You need a good job because the prices started around 5000 euro :). 

 

Cimitero Monumentale is established in 1866. It was designed by architect Carlo Maciachini. You can see a lot of small houses or Greek temples. Very impressive to see! Definitely a musthave to visit and see!

Piazza Del Duomo

The architecture and the ambiance was amazing. So many details. You definitely have to visit to see the inside and outside! The painting is Aurelio Luini 1592. It was oil on canvas. It is coming from the capitular of the Milan Cathedral.

Yes I am ice cream addicted. This ice-cream was awesome! It is close to Duomo and the name is CASA INFA NTE. You really have to try the ice cream here! 

 

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele

It is the oldest active shopping mall. You need a lot of creditcards I think to buy something.

Brera district

Colour colour colour. Beautiful apartments with lovely colours. Amazing streets! Lovely district to visit! 

Navigli it is located at the southwest of the famous Milan Cathedral. It is near by two canals.  The Naviglio Grande is the oldest canal in Milan.

 Every time when I do a citytrip is one of my favourite activity:

Lunch at the park! Can I please back to this bakery?? The name of the bakery is Pattini and the street name is C. So Garibaldi 93. It is close to the Parca Semipina. A very big park to do a break!

When at Milan you have to visit Ottimo Masimo. The coffee, the yoghurt everything even the staff is lovely! It is very close to Duomo and the prices are normal!

Am I shoes addicted? Yes! Definitely! But the prices of this shoes was very good! The name of the store is Passi Italiani! And the store is inside the central station. 

Another nice store is Dani Milano. Nice items for and the prices are very good. I bought a pant! And Parfois is also one of my favorite stores. Lucky me because  at Utrecht is also a Parfois store!

Can you imagine? This is the central station! Beautiful architecture isn’t? 

I hope you like this blog about Milan!

A R D E N N E N

Ardennen!

A weekend get away don’t have to be expensive always!

Why? Because you can book a bungalow and go with your family. It’s cheaper and of course more fun! We booked a bungalow and did our groceries before we went to Belgium. Just take your coffee and tea with you! 

Choosing where to walk in the Ardennes is not easy; there are so many wonderful areas to explore. But if you have never been to the Ardennes before, I would recommend Waterval Coo and Ninglinspo. It’s an excellent place to start with the beautiful area’s of Belgium. It’s a good place for people that loves to walk, like me!

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NEW HOTSPOT IN ROTTERDAM

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Last friday I meet with the lovely vlogger Aygun (instagram: https://www.instagram.com/justaygun/?hl=nl) at the city Rotterdam.

Our first hotspot was the Turkish cafe Simitci Dunyasi. You can order here tasty Turkish breakfast, different sandwiches and desserts. You also have to try the Turkish coffee!

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HORTUS BOTANICUS

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Hello everyone,

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.

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