2020 comes to an end. COVID-19 has been the most life disruptive thing in ages on a world stage and it still is.
In July, Steve and I stayed a weekend in The Hague in the Netherlands. One of our activities was the Royal Cabinet of Paintings Mauritshuis.
Perhaps Groningen‘s main attraction is the Groninger Museum near the railway station. The current premises were inaugurated in 1994.
To celebrate out regained freedom after the first COVID-19 lockdown, Timothy and I decided to visit Groningen. This city was already on our bucket list of places to visit for a long time. A common free weekend in July enabled us to go there and spend the night in a local hotel as the distance…