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Things to Do in Rotterdam

People told me that Rotterdam is very stormy from September to May. They told me to visit Spain instead of Holland in this kinda time. As stubborn as I am, it makes me want to visit Rotterdam more. Well, when it is stormy outside, there are more reason to spend time indoor with friends; Drinking hot apple cider, eating soup, gossip to raise heart rates up or making out to raise em even higher.

Since I have someone to visit. We started with a brunch in sorta hip cafe named Lilith.





We chose an eggs benedict, some fluffy pancakes and frenchtoast with berries (for you sortamonkeyslikey: banana options offered!). They were so yummy, It gets me hungry right at this moment typing! And off course I got my coffee for my #dailycortado.






We then went to Markthal to roughly taste some food and see some eye candy. Such a nice hall with some even better goodies for your pallet. You could actually get almost everything foodiewise.


After some eating and eye candying it’s time for some sports and appreciation for architecture. So went running in Wilheminaplein. Need a metro runbuddy to digest some donuts. I’m game!


Cos my prev friend had to go to class (education is everything kids!). I had been transferred to other as cute as friend (he had just woken up after some whiskey tasting on the prev day, nice one gents) to accompany me googling another hip and in my opinion a true defo of fancy place: Posse. I must say: I was so in love with the place, the design, the interior, my food, the tiny tony chocolate that comes with your coffee. Ah.


To sweeten my day we went to an art exhibition of the rebel himself Keith Haring (where I found my two faves) and went for a walk afterwards… Another adventurous days I will always remember.


have a good one!




  1. I am so glad you wrote this article!! I have been searching for some nice cafes for my rotterdam trip! Thank you! 🙂


  2. Such nice pictures. 😉 I will definately visit the places you have visited soon!


  3. Mirjam says

    Ah wieder so toll geschrieben, Monica! Ich habe bald Urlaub und fahre nach Amsterdam, hoffentlich werde ich da Zeit haben, Rotterdam zu besuchen. Die Stadt klingt aber jetzt vieeeel interesanter! 🙂


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