Posts Tagged: museum

Sevilla

My head is full of stuff. We’re so glad we’ve got this apartment: we have a teeny tiny courtyard that’s perfect to sit in and eat and drink delicious things and do nothing (or read, or blog, or talk; we might roleplay but haven’t got round to that yet). Yesterday we found our bearings in

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Dordrecht!

Celebrating the forefeast of Spouse’s birthday (which fell on Sunday so we wouldn’t have time or energy to celebrate on the day itself) with a little city trip. We’d planned one day in Dordrecht and one day in The Hague, and booked a hotel room (a suite, no less) in The Hague for that. Took

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Beer (and other things) in Brussels

The second week of November we were in Brussels. Here: An apartment in the Rue du Midi, Zuidstraat, which is rife with second-hand bookshops and comic shops and where we’d have gone anyway if our lodging had been anywhere else in the city. It was a bit confusing how to get in, but my other

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The dream engine takes me to the museum

Best museum ever. Each room was dedicated to a composer and had music from that composer’s time (their own and contemporaries’), art, household goods and clothing. The household goods and clothing were mostly replicas so one could touch and try them. Famous composers, I think; I specifically remember Mozart and Beethoven but there were also

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The dream engine sends me to the museum

With my other half and one or more of my daughters (I faintly remember Tertia, but Secunda may also have been there) and someone else (male) who I don’t recall, it might have been a friend or my father-in-law. I think it was nominally the Rijksmuseum (not the Rijks Museum. I’m pedantic that way.) but

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An expedition!

Last Friday of the holidays– at least for Prima who goes to a school that started on the Monday after (i.e. yesterday as of writing this) and we had a handful of rail day-passes to use up. So we set off for a town where two of us had never been, and a third only

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