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When I don’t want to stay at home and feel like a rest, I go to the Buurtboerderij, which is the district farm. I can get there in two minutes by bike. Since 2002 this farmhouse, below a dyke, has been welcoming visitors every day of the week until 4pm. In the surrounding meadows you can see the farm goats, but what draws the visitors is the different workshops taking place depending on the day of the week. From embroidery to Qigong, there’s something for everyone.
Countryside in the city
Personally, I like to go there to wind down. I see how the vegetable garden is getting on and I enjoy a glass there. Behind the farm, a veranda and a landscaped area mean you can relax just by lying down on the grass in the sun. I love being able to get to the country just 2 minutes from home.
A holiday atmosphere
On Monday evenings, the farm stays open later, and bands come to play there. It’s a great idea for an outing for people who have trouble getting back into the groove after the holidays. As September is one of the most pleasant months as far as the weather is concerned, the Buurtboerderij is where I like to go to enjoy evenings at the end of the summer. It just means the holidays last a little longer.
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