Easter 2016

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Group photo at the Loonse en Drunense Duinen

 The past few years we’ve been taking turns hosting Easter. This year Barbara invited us out to Tilburg for a delicious brunch and a walk amongst the more than 10,000 year old dunes!

We began our day at Eethuis Twintig, a new lifestyle restaurant in Tilburg situated on the Piushaven. So you can shop and dine! This is the first time the Brörmann family has gone out to eat with the whole family and plus ones – so we needed a big table for 10!

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Piushaven

 

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Waiting at Eethuis Twintig for the rest to arrive

 

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Inside

 

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3/5 of the table

 

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Delicious cappuccino

 

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My handsome view

 

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Trio of Sour Dough Bread: with tuna salade, vegetable croquette, and carpaccio with truffel mayonnaise

 

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Family photos are always necessary! (Even though the waitress only took one photo and my eyes were closed)

 

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Nikki and Koen

 

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Even Bosje was able to make it for Easter brunch!

 

After dinner we headed to the Loonse en Drunense Duinen National Park – the Dutch dessert. I just finished reading Frank Herbert’s Dune, so I was really excited to visit haha. Much more green than the planet Arrakis!

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Loonse en Drunense Duinen National Park

 

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Arrived at the dunes

 

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Rainbow!

 

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Dutch Desert

 

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My Kwisatz Haderach

 

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Chani

 

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Bosje found a friend!

 

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So peaceful

 

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Nikki and Brigiet

 

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Koen and me

 

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Tree climbing!

 

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Leaving his mark

 

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Found a bullet

 

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L + K

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