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    Visited Haarzuilens - that's all

    A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan on Oct 27, 2013

    2 photos

    We drove to Haarzuilens where there was an old village and castle. This town was great to see. All the homes had a white and red checkered theme to their shutters and some doors, even the little school. Nothing was open as it was a Sunday (of course) but Ro and I enjoyed a little wander in the drizzle. We drove to the castle also and had a quick look before heading to a UNESCO site called ...

    Day 85. Coffee, canals & pies. Hello Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Oct 09, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... but when travelling together it's only a few extra euros to have a private room in a motel or cheap hotel which usually serves breakfast! So it all evens out. And the beds are usually more comfy too! Anyway we found an easy hotel which are a chain of hotels by the UK airline easyjet. They are cheap, basic and clean. If you aren't too fussy about storage space then they are perfect. It was 45 euros for the room compared with 60 euros for the room at the youth hostel. It ...

    Amsterdam 2013

    A travel blog entry by jazzgal on Aug 03, 2013

    29 photos

    ... much like a bathtub attached to a beautiful old building. Sometimes the idea of “new” for the sake of “new” is pretty silly. Can’t say I dig the bathtub building, although it is kind of funny. The exhibit was good, although I was a bit overwhelmed and tired, so it is hard to really single out anything as great. There was the usual cast… Rauschenburg, Kienholz, Mondrian, Klein, even a bit of Picasso and Matisse. Luckily many museums ...

    Brussels , - Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by eu50curtnnat on Jul 01, 2013

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    Buffet breakfast at The Hotel and off on tour out of Brussels and into Amsterdam farmland gives way to canals and windmills Made it almost to our hotel and had to stop for a parade 150 years from abolishing slavery Very colourful they were certainly having a heap of fun! River cruise down the canals to the Diamond outlet Nat and Paul do the diamond tour and the ...

    "I didn't even realise we went to the zoo"

    A travel blog entry by mazie001 on Jun 30, 2013

    4 photos

    ... metre tall tower it is possible to see Amsterdam and Rotterdam, which is amazing, but also brings into context just how small Netherlands really is, and how flat it is too. But what made this more memorable and enjoyable was hanging out with a deceptively young New Zealander named Lisa. I don't mean it in a bad way in the slightest, but she looks older than what she really is. I honestly thought she was 19 or 20, but she was only 17, which was a little shocking but overall ...