The hotel is the oldest 4-star hotel in the Hague and it is situated in the city centre close to most of the important sights.
While being on our citytrip in Maastricht, we did a tour through a local brewery named: ‘De Maastrichter Maltezer. During this tour, we got the chance to taste ‘De Maltezer’. We absolutely loved the flavour of this beer and therefore we decided to buy it.
The restaurant is located on the ‘Markt’ which is a beautiful square in Maastricht. We decided to take a seat at their terrace and we first ordered a Peroni beer and a glass of white wine. The waiters were all very hospitable and enthusiastic and there was a cozy atmosphere. We direclty felt at home at this restaurant.
Pareltje aan de Vliet is another gem of brewery Cavé with an alcoholpercentage of 5,3%. This beer is named after the nickname of the village Voorschoten which is ‘Parel aan de Vliet’.
We found this beautiful restaurant Shizen Asian Cuisine online and we decided to make a reservation. Since the one at Hofplein was already fully booked, we tried to make a reservation at the one at the Vijverlaan. Luckily they had a table left for us and they told us that it was actually their opening day.
Let There Be Light stands for the longing for warm and sunny days after the cold winter months. This beer from brewery Jopen is a fresh and soft blond beer with a low alcohol percentage of 3,3%. Perfect for spring and summer.
After a day of shopping we decided to take a break at the Bagels & Beans in Leiden. This restaurant mainly focusses on bagels (of course) and coffee.
The name ‘De Verloren Zoon’ refers to the Bible story of the prodigal son and thus to the home of Jopen: the Jopenkerk Haarlem. Jopen celebrates the return of the ‘Verloren Zoon’ because he has been found again. ‘De Verloren Zoon’ hid in whiskey barrels.