Days in Berlin brings me to Amsterdam, Utrecht and Arnhem and well.. a little bit of Berlin.
The first night in Amsterdam I was surprised by the cuteness of the city. I totally forgot Amsterdam was so cosy and could also be far from busy.
We went for dinner at the, known by everyone, Bazar at the Albert Cuyp, mjam!
After waiting for an hour outside we finally could enter the Rijksmuseum. Something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time and it was so worth the wait!
We couldn’t miss the John Coffey album release party!
Time for a big, big bloggermeet in Utrecht! Together with five other bloggers we explored the city for its newest hotspots and go-to places.
At night it was time for more food, what else did you expect? This time I went to Bij Visje en Vleesje, a new restaurant in Arnhem.
And it was time for my first abandoned-adventure ever! It was SO amazing, I’m totally hooked to the raw, abandoned buildings and can’t wait for our next trip.
Here you can find more Beelitz Heilstatten pictures.
Thanks to my old job at a music magazine I was invited to go to a special showcase of Mumford & Sons in Berlin. I mean, how amazing is that?!
You weren’t allowed to bring any phones or cameras inside, so this is the only image I can show you…
I ordered sushi for the first time. A-ma-zing.
Okay, I must admit, this was plate one of three…
Spring in Berlin!
Our beautiful street in the morning sun