There are some benefits to having a husband who does international travel for work. Whilst I often complain as he flies off. I usually wave goodbye and promptly take a book and a glass of wine for a long luxurious bath and enjoy not having to cook for two. Read more
My reading material for the trip home…
My husband wouldn’t let me buy him.
I heard mumbles, something about freaking porcine, crazy wife and no luggage space.
Gorgeous candle holders discovered in Amsterdam
We wandered past this restaurant on our travels today. We’ve spent the day walking the streets of Amsterdam, it’s one of our favourite things to do and perfect way to get a good feeling for a city.
But this place caught my eye and my imagination. Unfortunately we couldn’t get in for dinner tonight as it’s booked out. But you arrive, cook your meal with the aid of a professional chef and then eat what you’ve just cooked. They even teach cake decorating! What a wonderful way to spend an evening (unless you’re one of those unfortunates who can burn water).
On my way to Amsterdam via Zurich. I’ve had no time to do any research as to what to do, good thing I have a couple of hours to do so now.
Whilst wandering aimlessly through Amsterdam over Christmas we stumbled upon these gorgeous string gardens in the window of a florist. They captured my imagination and I have been pondering fairly continuously about how to make them and maintain them (I don’t want to be responsible for murdering vegetation). Wondrously Frankie blogged about the designer responsible for these gorgeous pieces of floating forestry. I am now waiting with baited breath to find out if we’re staying in Switzerland for a while as I desperately want to own one (or twelve)!