Step into the world of Wall Street. The world of money and power, the New York Stock Exchange and big companies situated in this neighborhood. The area is fascinating to walk around in between the buildings and seeing people moving their way to work. Another thing which is quite fascinating is Fraunces Tavern. A historic building that dates back to 1719 which stands in the middle of the high skyscrapers.
My friends hate me for letting them climb the 365 stairs :-P
Even though I live so nearby Delft I should visit it more often. Delft is lovely, cute, small and just nice to hang around. I mostly bring my friends from abroad here. They hate me for climbing 365 stairs of the new church, but love me for the view from above :-P.
The times I visit little Amsterdam its for dinner or a drink. I like de “Beestenmarkt”, (cattle square in the old days) a square which is surrounded by restaurants where you have indoor and outdoor eating and drinking possibilities. There are many options for the cuisine of your choice. Before choosing your dining or drinking spot, here are 3 things you should know which makes your restaurant choice perhaps easier.
Wondering which cities are popular on this planet? Check this ranking which Mastercard published recently. It’s a ranking of the 132 most visited cities around the world. London tops this list and will receive 18.89 million of visitors this year. Amsterdam comes in the 13th place.
Seeing this list I was lucky to have visited 11 of them. They are amazing but truly, these cities are popular by tourists more than local people. We also wanna explore the off the beaten path right? So keep following my blog for unknown, off the beaten track options and travel tips. Like my Dynamite top 10 New York read more
How many of these cities have you visited already and which city do you like the most?
It brings al sort of discoveries like promenades, ancient walls, locals stuff and more.....
The world is too big to visit the same place twice but lately I made a couple of exceptions. For instance
Lake Garda, the biggest lake of Italy, located in the Northeast of Italy. You might understand it if I say this lake is surrounded by green hills, vineyards, lemon-, and olive trees. That it brings al sort of discoveries like promenades, ancient walls, locals stuff and more. Sounds good right? Even though it is popular among tourists it is touristy in a different way. Now its your turn to fall in love with this beautiful lake. Found out here why you need to visit Lake Garda in Italy.
Summer is coming but with Dutch weather being unpredictable I found two museum exhibitions you might like.
Both have Dutch history in common and both are on my must visit list. So join me before the exhibitions are ending this summer. Who’s in?