De Prince - De Amuse

Address: Lange Hezelstraat 44, Nijmegen, Gelderland, 6511 CK, Netherlands | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located in the Nijmegen-Centrum area of Nijmegen, is near Liberation Museum 1944, Liberation Museum 1944, Museum Het Valkhof, and de Goffert Stadium.
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      A travel blog entry by gabyvdsanden on Jan 24, 2015

      1 photo

      ... backpacken richting Transkei of een roadtrip door Botswana maar dit kan nog alle kanten op.
      Ik ga stage lopen bij Projects abroad human rights office voor mijn opleiding Toegepaste Psychologie. Tijdens deze stage zal ik voorlichting geven over mensen rechten, coaching in een jeugdgevangenis waarbij het vooral zal gaan over drugs en alcohol misbruik en workshops organiseren in een opvang huis voor jonge moeder met hun kinderen die bijvoorbeeld te maken hebben gehad ...


      A travel blog entry by kansonthego on Nov 04, 2014

      8 photos

      ... Dutch are more tolerant and easy going people and every one feel much more welcome in this country. This town was a major resistant point during the 2rd World War when Germany was trying to take over this country. Even though the Allies bomb major part of this city due to fog and unreliable intelligence the people in this area are still strong US supporters. Total steps walked today is 11,484 or 5.2 miles On to our final city. Amsterdam ...

      Four Days

      A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Jul 20, 2013

      2 comments, 20 photos

      ... with TUC biscuits and/or lollies and held them out so that walkers could grad a handful as they went past. We also yelled out encouragement to the military walkers, especially the individual walkers. It was amazing how many people went past – you had to be fast on your feet because sometimes, they would be concentrating so much on the walk that they wouldn’t see you and would almost run you down (so to speak). On the last day (Day 4), ...

      Queens Day

      A travel blog entry by issywiz on Apr 30, 2013

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... Dutch, the same as Steve and Nanka do. He found learning to speak the language the hardest part of moving but speaks it like a native now.

      We stayed in the Grote Markt quite a while as we had a seat and they were playing great music, but started to walk back in the direction of the bus station. There were huge crowds at the other 2 stages with very good acts on with thousands of people young and old enjoying the day.

      Meet the Mayor!

      A travel blog entry by rustyd on May 29, 2009

      1 comment, 29 photos

      ... to honor that feat. As it was after 9:30pm, we headed back to the hotel and I had Martijn meet a few of our vets. He was thrilled. I really enjoyed my time with him and Cindy. They were wonderful hosts. And I would love to visit and spend more time with them.

      Late night to bed, after 12 midnight and a busy day tomorrow. It is hard to explain all the feelings as I meet and discuss these vets' stories. It is getting better every day. ...