When someone talks about the Netherlands, you start to imagine a lot of things: tulips, wooden shoes, cheese, wind mills, canals, no fue penal!, or greenhouses. But one thing that never crosses your mind: beaches. And still, in Europe at least, the Netherlands is pretty famous for its beaches. I think is mainly because their beaches actually … Continue reading Scheveningen and Den Haag
I recently made a one day trip to Zürich. So I made my homework: write down all the places I wanted to visit in and fit them to schedule. Not an easy task! Sprungli confiserie A Swiss classic. It was opened on 1836 by David Sprungli. He was one of the pioneers of Swiss chocolate and … Continue reading Sweet Swiss!
I am having a serious obsession with sweets nowadays. Usually, when I visit a new city, one of my first research is: the typical dessert. I didn’t search in beforehand for this specific patisserie, but I was walking around Freiburg hopping to find a nice coffee place where I could enjoy the mythical Schawarzwalder kirschtorte . Instead, … Continue reading Black forest cherry cake at Gmeiner confiserie
This past Christmas I decided to give myself an special gift: a Christmas lunch at the Hotel de Wereld. For a couple of years, I have been curious about experiencing a meal in a Michelin star restaurant specially with all this Netflix documentaries. I currently live in a small town (about 40,000 ha ) in … Continue reading Christmas lunch at Hotel de Wereld