A couple of weeks ago I went to Montreal for work. I was the second time for me and this time around, we had two Saturdays to explore the city, and plenty of evenings to try some of Montreal's best restaurants. Although it was absolutely freezing during our trip, we powered through and did as much exploring as we could. So here's my little city guide of Montreal, hope you like it.
Saturday, March 9, 2019
You might remember that I started this little blog-series in London. New York part one and part two quickly followed, and then I realised I never made one for Amsterdam! I can’t say I’ve explored many work + wifi + coffee spots since I got here a year ago because I’m working full-time and I no longer have the need to find all the greatest little spots where I can get some work done. But for all you freelancers, students and flex-workers, I managed to compile a list of what I believe to be the best laptop-friendly places to get some work done!
Wednesday, January 2, 2019
If you've been reading my blog for a while, you know that creating city guides is one of my favorite things to do. Not only does it help me when people ask me for tips (I simply consult my own map or forward it), but it also gives me a better overview of all the places I've been to and helps me remind which ones were my favorites. This time, I decided to create a different kind of map. As you might have read in my mega-review, I've been a Onefit member since May, which has allowed me to try many different workouts in Amsterdam. From yoga to boxing, I've tried as many gyms and workout classes as I could possibly manage, and I discovered my favorites. So today, I'm sharing with you the ultimate guide to workouts and gyms in Amsterdam!
Monday, December 3, 2018
After a day in Fort Worth, our final final stop in Texas was Dallas. As I wrote in my last post, it was freezing cold in Dallas! Very strange and unexpected, and we were not prepared at all for 3 degrees Celsius, in Texas, in April! So our fun in Dallas was spoiled a little bit by the cold and the viscious wind, but that didn't stop us from making the most of our day.
Sunday, December 2, 2018
The Texas chronicles continue! The last leg of our trip took place in Fort Worth and Dallas. Temperatures dropped dramatically as we drove North (I'm not exaggerating... from 28 to 3 degrees Celsius in one night), but that didn't spoil the fun. We had one day in Fort Worth and one in Dallas, in which we managed to cram an impressive number of museum visits (5 to be precise), Tex-Mex meals and a bit of shopping. Let me show you the best spots you should remember when visiting Forth Worth.
Saturday, October 6, 2018
On the last and final day of our stay in Marfa, the tiny art-town in the middle of the Chihuahuan desert in Texas, we woke up to a beautiful sunrise. As you may have seen in the previous post, we moved from the Hotel Saint George to El Cosmico, for our last night. In this post, I'll tell you all about our El Cosmico glamping experience, our very special visit to Judd's studios and the famous Food Shark food truck.
Tuesday, September 18, 2018
It's been a while since I promised you the second part to my Texas guide / Marfa guide (4 months to be exact), but here it is. I couldn't not tell you about everything we saw in Marfa. It's truly one of the most special places I've been to in my whole life, and I feel like this should be on everyone's bucket list. There's just something about this tiny town in the middle of the desert. In the first part of my Marfa series, you could read about what we did on the first (half) day we were in Marfa. Now follows part two, a full day in Marfa! A little sneak preview: a lot of Donald Judd, 4 restaurants and one glamping experience.
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