A Short Trip to the Land of Bicycles. P.Β 2

Bergen aan Zee + Amsterdam (Van Gogh)

I thought to share my second post with not many words but more illustrated, as the first one was long sayings! Another reason is my better half; my active wife wants to kidnap me again to visit her sister in a small town near Kassel, Germany. Therefore, let’s have a look at the rest of our shivering journey.

The place is one of the rare hilly areas in the almost flat land of Holland. That’s why is known as Bergen (Hills or mountains).

I was once lucky to take a few shots; I thought they were unique somehow.

And finally, we tried one day to drive to Amsterdam. Actually, to see a lot of things, but once you are in the world of Vincent van Gogh, you forget all other items!

And for all the famous flowers:

One thing only bothers me is that I didn’t see the famous “Starry Night”; either it wasn’t there that I couldn’t believe it, or I blindly missed it. Then, let’s listen to the beautiful song by Don McLean.

Have a lovely weekend everybuddies. πŸ€—πŸ₯°πŸ¦‹πŸ’–πŸŒž


  1. What wonderful photos Aladin, thank you for sharing them! You capture many beautiful skies and I love, love, love visiting the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam too. Last time I went, I stayed there all day! Listening to Don singing “Vincent” as I type. “This world was never meant for one as beautiful as you!” Deep sigh. Love and light, Deborah.

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  2. Lovely trip to two beautiful places, Bergen and my old home town Amsterdam. As you say you can get lost in the world of Vincent Van Gogh. For Starry Night you’ll have to travel to the MoMa in New York πŸ˜…

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