Restaurant Wilde Zwijnen is a cozy modern nordic restaurant, located in Amsterdam Oost.
The interior is not typical Dutch, but with a Scandinavian touch. The restaurant uses fresh seasonal ingredients. You can eat in the restaurant or at The Eetbar, where you can choose to sit at a table or at a bar.
They also have a terrace where you can have lunch or have dinner, or just enjoy a good glass of wine in the sun.
What I really love abouth this place, besides the good food and friendly staff is the handmade ceramic serving plates!
Cecconi’s is located in the 1930s Bungehuis building on the Singel canal.
It’s a modern-day classic Italian restaurant serving hand-made pasta, seafood and dishes from Nothern Italy using the finest ingredients.
The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner. If you step into this restaurant you feel like you are in New York, with a touch of art-deco style.
Don’t forget to treat yourself with the tiramisu….so delicious!
Maison La Roche, also Villa La Roche, is a house in Paris, designed by Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret in 1923-1925. It was designed for Raoul La Roche, a Swiss banker and collector of avant-garde art.
Villa La Roche now houses the Fondation Le Corbusier. La Roche commissioned Le Corbusier to build a villa as well as a gallery to house his art collection.
In July 2016, the house, Villa Jeanneret, and sixteen other works by Le Corbusier were inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Fondation Maeght is a museum of modern art on the Coline des Gardettes, a hill overlooking Saint-Paul de Vence in the southeast of France about 25 km from Nice. It was established by Marguerite and Aimé Maeght in 1964 and houses paintings, sculptures, collages, ceramics and all forms of modern art. The collection includes works by many important 20th-century artists including Jean Arp, Pierre Bonnard, George Braque, Alexander Calder, Marc Chagall, Ellsworth Kelly, Fernand Léger and Joan Miró among others.
The Stedelijk Museum is a museum in Amsterdam for modern and contemporary art and design, founded in 1874. In 1895 the museum openend at Paulus Potterstraat, near the Rijksmuseum. The museum was internationally regarded as one of the most influential museums for the twentieth-century art.
Kaagman & Kortekaas,
located in a narrow street between de Nieuwendijk en de Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal. If you step into this restaurant you feel like you are in France.
This place is inspired by the style of contemporary bistros in Paris. The food is of good quality and affordable. Certainly a wonderful place to have an unforgettable evening!
Restaurant 4850 is located in Amsterdam Oost and offers you Nordic inspired food. It is a real comfortable place. You can drink your coffee in the morning, a nice lunch in the afternoon and drink a good glass of wine in the evening. The staff is very friendly and this place is absolutely my new favorite in the city! The carrot cake is highly recommended and you have to try the eggs florentine, its so delicious……enjoy!
Café de L’industrie is located in Bastille. It is one of the better steakhouses in Paris and has fair prices and a lively ambiance, very Parisian. A simple and effective menu with classics, all for a reasonable price. It is nice to eat in a large space, which is still rare in Paris. This place feels like dining in a museum, the décor is made up of old pictures and paintings on the wall and old wood panelling in its original place.
Cape Standard Guest House is stylish and chic, but with a laidback feel.
The Cape Standard is a comfortable four star boutique guesthouse close to the heart of Cape Town, located in Greenpoint.
The hotel has the looks of a beach hotel, with light colors, lots of white and wooden elements.
The staff is very friendly and helpful.
I love having breakfast in the morning on the back patio.
It’s absolutely a wonderful place to stay
Camps Bay is the premier tourist destination in Cape Town, South Africa, and is magnificently located on the Atlantic Ocean, at the foot of the Twelve Apostles moutain range and adjacent to Table Mountain. Camps Bay is a suburb of Cape Town, with a village feel, offering a convenient location only 15 minutes drive to the city center, 20 minutes from the V&A Waterfront, 30 minutes from the airport, 40 minutes from the Cape Winelands and 60 minutes from Cape Point. You can safely walk to the Camps Bay beachfront during the day.
Llandudno Beach is one of the Cape’s most beautiful beaches, surrounded by large granite boulders and overlooked by moutains. It is a popular surfing spot, but the swimming can be treacherous, with rough seas and extremely cold water. Llandudno has lifeguards on duty during the summer season, operated by the Surf Lifesaving club. It is also the access point for the walk to Sandy Bay, an isolated beach still popular with nudists.
Bakoven Beach is small and protected by locals, but its natural beauty and the combination of big boulders and white sands make it a superb haven for sundowners, and its little coves protect it from the wind. You are only 10 minutes away from the V&A Waterfront and the city centre here, and yet if you are staying on the beach side of Victoria Road with its attractive seaside bungalows, you could be mistaken for assumming that you are miles from the city.
Clifton Beach has a set of 4 beaches which are frequently used destinations for both locals and tourists. The beaches, which are named from 1st to 4th, are separated by falls of granite boulders and have almost pure white granitic sand. The four beaches of Clifton are one of the few areas well protected from the notorious south-easterly wind, which has a great deal to do with its popularity with bathers. Fourth beach is the most populated and glamorous venue, attracting families. Third beach is the smallest beach. Second beach is populated by students playing beach volleyball and beach bats. First beach, draws a mixed crowd of locals and surfers. Clifton Beach was noted as one of Discovery.com’s best beaches by region.