Yeur Dream (actually, it was mine!)

This year I had the pleasure to visit Amsterdam for YeurDreamin, and it was a blast!

It was the first edition for this community-led conference that covers all Benelux. I love the concept of moving city helping to bring the community to many trails & blazers.

A big round of applause for the organisers:  Andre Van Kampen, Jan Vandevelde, Kathryn Chlosta, Kevin Jackson, Michael De Feyter, Paul Ginsberg, Sergey Erlikh & Steve Thornhill. Plus all their helpers, what a team!

Soon you will have the content of the sessions available, with 4 tracks to follow and not only a day conference but there was a DreamWeek with plenty to get involved with.

So rather than write about it, I’ll show you a tiny bit of my experience:

 

 

And that was just a snippet! Check out more about the event here.

This year as a bonus the conference came “with a chaser”: YeurLeadin. Which I thoroughly enjoyed, learning from my peers on how to extend and improve our efforts with the Trailblazer Community Groups we look after.

and the foodie bit…

I have taken the opportunity in previous posts to talk about my ‘other’ favourite subject: Yumminess. This one is no exception!

And if you want to be guided by a local expert AND Yeurdreamin organiser, check this out:

https://www.debuik.nl/amsterdam/over-ons/de-makers/michiel-van-gaalen

So here it comes, from my trailblazing in Amsterdam I can certainly recommend the following:

Anne & Max

Because the days starts with breakfast, they have this combo option (order only if very hungry!)

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Morlang

This one is for and by the locals, if you feel like something else than open sandwiches, cheese and potatoes :p The dishes are seasonal, the clams & artichokes pasta was really good.

Red

By the river with a very small menu (either lobster or steak) with perfectly cooked items, nice and relax atmosphere and extremely comfy seats.

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Parry

For a drink and or a nibble, this quirky place has a nice selection of small dishes that can be nicely paired with their wine selection.

That’s it from me. Hope you are not too hungry (or) jealous, just a healthy amount to see you at YeurDreamin’20!

Thanks to the Trailblazer Community, this year alone so far I’ve been in Madrid, Malaga, Cyprus & Amsterdam. Who knows what’s next 🙂

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