Amsterdam, the Venice of the north

16:44 Agnes Domany 0 Comments

For Easter holiday we chose to visit Amsterdam, the city of canals, ships, bicycles, seeds and red light districts. There are of course lot of more in this cultural center, but these are the most interesting at first sight. We spent 4 days there, so in the following days I will post about these days.
On the first day we walked in the lovely streets with canals and visited the Rijksmuseum, which I really loved as I admire so much the Dutch Golden age with the paintings of Rembrandt and Vermeer. Besides we saw the China town, the Damrak, the Nieuwmarkt. I hope you like the first post from Amsterdam!

Canal

Ship

House-ship

Different gables

Bars in the morning

Bars in the afternoon

Having a rest on the street

Fence

Doelen Hotel

Tower

Smell of the seeds everywhere

Tulip

Central station

On the street

Tramway

Bike

Grolsch

Hard Rock

Nieuwmarkt

Main canal

94

Seagull

Dolphins

Fried potatoes and Coffee shops

Chanel bag

Chanel

Diamond

Real diamonds

Cheese and more.. it is Holland!

Cheese

Monitor lizard park

Villas

Mast forest

Old books

A famous Hungarian novel in Dutch

Everything fish

Seafood

Chinese temple

Chinese street name

Chinese restaurant

In Amsterdam

I have many photos to post, I hope you follow them!
Have a nice day!
Bye
Ági

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The bright green forest and the Castle Eberstein

17:11 Agnes Domany 0 Comments

Yesterday we made a trip to the Mahlberg and to the Castle Eberstein. The forest was really beautiful with the bright green colored trees and the Castle-Restaurant is worth a visit because of its beautiful panorama to the Murg Valley. Spring is now everywhere! Enjoy it!

Castle Eberstein

The Castle with the Murg

Entrance

Our way up to the castle

Vine with watering

View to the Murg Valley

A beer after the trip

Fall

Between wheels

In Michelbach

Beginning of the forest

Bright green

Twisted

Pink

Lilac bush

I wish you an amazing Easter time with beautiful weather!
Have great holiday!
Tschüssle
Ági

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