About Lianne
Hi! My name is Lianne and I am an illustrator based in Haarlem. I love to go to the museum, art galleries and unique little shops and I will share them with you all, here!
http://www.liannenixon.nl
Current city: Haarlem
Other cities: Amsterdam
Hi! My name is Lianne and I am an illustrator based in Haarlem. I love to go to the museum, art galleries and unique little shops and I will share them with you all, here!
 
This place has the best handpicked natural wines and great, great food. Lovely, friendly and helpful staff. You can easily sit here for hours, have a bite once in a while and try great wines. An absolute must to visit.
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