Amsterdam in winter is a true treat. The streets are quieter, the city is sleepier, and there’s a general ‘merry’ atmosphere around December. Oftentimes you’ll wake up to a foggy morning, or if you’re lucky, a light snowfall. On even rarer occasions the Amsterdam canals freeze over and you can go ice skating on them, something I was fortunate enough…Read the Post
There’s something so satisfying about recommending a favorite restaurant to someone and hearing about their positive experience afterward. We often get asked by friends and family visiting Amsterdam for our favorite restaurants in the city, and have always pointed them to our Amsterdam Travel Guide. This time, we decided this topic deserved it’s own post. So, we’ve compiled our favorite…Read the Post
Though we’re rarely home in Amsterdam for months at a time, I still feel a sense of relief every time we return. The first thing we always do is open our windows to our front balcony (as long as it’s not raining!), sit outside and watch the canals. I’ve fallen more in love with living in this city than I…Read the Post
Over the weekend Amsterdam’s canals froze over and it was one of the most amazing sights we’ve ever seen. To give you an idea of how rare this is, the last time it happened was over 6 years ago! The Dutch don’t hesitate to take advantage of an opportunity to ice skate. The first day people were on the ice,…Read the Post
Amsterdam is one of my favorite places in the world. The city is downright charming, and there are endless things to see and do. If you’re visiting around summertime, you can expect everyone to be outside — sipping coffee overlooking the canals, barbecuing at the Vondelpark, or biking around the city. In the colder months, locals trade outdoor seating for…Read the Post
Last week we had the pleasure of having a rooftop dinner in one of the most picturesque bohemian-style apartments in Amsterdam, thanks to Vizeat. The dinner was a five-course seasonal menu, with all the dishes made from scratch by our new friend Anne Maike.Read the Post
There are many reasons why Amsterdam is my favorite city in the world, and why we chose to make it our home base this past summer. For starters — my father is Dutch, so The Netherlands is one of the first European countries I visited as a child. It leaves a lasting impression: the quaint cobblestone streets, smells of…Read the Post
When traveling I’m always trying to find ways to simplify the set up I’m using and make my camera bags lighter. While I own and use a variety of camera gear for different scenarios — this post breaks down even more travel photography gear — lately I’ve been downsizing and taking less camera gear with me. The main reason I’ve…Read the Post
Dutch canals in the snow in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
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