A cold and rainy day. Not the best time to go out and celebrate King’s Day. But we gave it a shot anyway. Normally people dress up in orange and go crazy on the 27th of April. But due to the bad weather it took a while before the orange madness started (pretty much until we were leaving actually).
The Hague is the third largest city of The Netherlands. It has a lot of architectural styles and obviously a lot of people to photograph. I’ve been living in this city for over 10 years now but never really set out to capture the city.
The ‘Hoftoren’ (on the photo above), nicknamed the fountain pen, is the third tallest building of the city (142 meter) and one of the landmarks of the city’s skyline.
Naturalis Biodiversity Center is a national museum of natural history and a research center on biodiversity in Leiden.
There’s enough to discover. Besides the usual exhibitions the museum also has a lot of interactive elements to keep everyone busy and interested. 🙂
Adri’s cousin and his wife moved to Germany four years ago. During these four years we met up in Hungary and Holland but not yet in Germany. We decided Easter would be a good time to change that and see where they are living. We got into the car and about 3 hours later we arrived in Kreuztal, Germany and were greeted by Balázs and Csilla.
Our little boy is growing up fast! It might sound like a cliche, because it is. 🙂
A short blog post with nothing more than five pictures! The little man enjoying his Efteling visit.