Musings on life from a (little red) backpacker who adores highschool language classes so much.
Sunday, November 24, 2013
Last May this year, I paid a visit to Keukenhof with no particular reason other than taking pictures for the Instagram era. When I first saw the fields of tulips in the said park back in 2006, it was more of curiosity. I thought then that once I saw it, that's pretty much it. The said flower garden only opens during springtime which is interesting to note. It has that exclusivity that makes the experience so unique every year. Maybe that pushed me a bit to have a second look. Anyway, I was accompanied by a colleague on our way to Keukenhof. I remember taking a train first to Amsterdam - Schiphol then another bus (Bus 858) that goes straight to the entrance of the park. We got our tickets through online (www.keukenhof.nl) and that saved us some time as opposed to queuing. At this point, let me finish the rest of the story with flowers (complete set of pictures here):
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