I live in The Hague since one year and a half now, and I can very well consider it as my city.
I want to share with you some nice tips here in the city, my favourite things and places in The Hague.
This is my place. I simply love it..I love going there during spring and summer, having a dinner sit on the fresh grass, or simply enjoy looking at my daughter while she play. It’s a relaxing and peaceful place in the hearth of the international city of The Hague.
My new life in The Netherlands was asking for an inner peace and a sort of new internal life.. That’s why I finally decided to start Yoga practice. I do it in this cozy studio in the Piet Heinstraat, called Abyasa Yoga. Bente, my fabulous and lovely teacher is able to teach me great pose to find my balance. I am really proud of me for this big step I took and for all the improvement that i see day after day, lesson after lesson.
It’s a library, a stationery store, a concert hall, a bar. It’s this and more than this. I found it only recently, and being also not far from my place I use to go there now and then first of all because I love libraries (even though I cannot understand or even try o buy a dutch book), and then because I love the atmosphere that you can breathe inside.
It’s a fascinating long beach, you can go there either during summertime, and escape from the chaotic Scheveningen strand, or even take a walk during wintertime: anytime you will find a surfer enjoying the waves, a fisherman on the wharf, kids playing in the sand, dogs, runners..
The Japanese Garden
It might be considered as one of the best kept secret in the city: It opens only twice a year, a couple of weeks during springtime and in autumn. It’s a cozy neat garden in japanese style where you can really escape from the city and can be found inside the Clingendael Park.