I'm happy to share with you today my last article for Dutch, the magazine.
This time I'm talking about one of my favourite places in Amsterdam, the cafe de Ceuvel.
It is to me the best sustainable experience I've ever seen, but I let you discover more with the article:
Before to come back with the other steps of our trip in Mexico I wanted to share with you the article I made for the magazine "Dutch, the magazine" about the beautiful botanical garden in Amsterdam. I hope you will enjoy it!
I'm back!!! I know it's been a very looooong time, I have to confess that Instagram became my best friend since 2 years (_byloren_) and it's so easy to post drawings every days there that I forgot to take the time to write proper articles here.
Also I hope you won't mind if I write in english from now (if you do want a french version, please let me know in the comments!). Since I live in Amsterdam now, I would like to make stories in a commun language. Not sure if I'll post in Dutch one day!
Talking about Dutch language, that's my subject today, here we go:
Bonjour à tous !
Désormais je partagerai d'avantage de bons plans sur Amsterdam, car c'est là que je vais vivre à présent (ça fait encore très bizarre de le dire !). Je ne sais pas encore pour combien de temps, mais en tous cas, je m'installe !
Aujourd'hui j'ai envie de vous faire découvrir le café Papeneiland, un très joli petit bar situé sur Prinsengracht, l'un des principaux canaux d'Amsterdam. Le bâtiment date de 1642 et le bar n'a quasimment pas changé depuis, l'atmosphère est sombre et cosie avec ses petites lumières et la salle du premier étage est fumeur ce qui donne encore plus de caractère au lieu. Parfait pour savourer un vin chaud en regardant la nuit tomber sur le canal !
Hi everyone !
From now I will share more tips about Amsterdam cause it's where I'm gonna live now (it's still very strange to say it !). I don't know yet for how long, but it seems that I'm settling down !
Today I want to make you discover the Papeneiland café, a lovely little café situated on Prinsengracht, one of the main canals in Amsterdam. The building has been constructed in 1642 and almost didn't changed since, the atmosphere is dark and cosy due to the little lights and the room on the first floor is smoking allowed which adds even more character to the place. Perfect to enjoy a Glühwein watching the night falling on the canal !