Kamerverhuur-Waterland

't Prooyen 4b, Monnickendam, Noord-Holland, 1141 VD , Netherlands | B&B
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This B&B is located on 't Prooyen 4b, Monnickendam.
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    Travel Blogs from Monnickendam

    A long day of traveling!

    A travel blog entry by gretalindberg on Aug 08, 2014

    ... driving for three hours, took a 45 minute break then 2 more hours to our final destination in Monneckendam, Netherlands. This city is located on the channel right outside of Amsterdam. Here we settled into our very very junky hotel... we were surprised apparently it was labeled as a 4 star hotel online.. not really.

    We ate our dutch meal and headed into the city where we walked the red light district and the canals. Such a beautiful evening in the city!
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    Cafe Masselink, Amsterdam and picking up Chan

    A travel blog entry by kris.jones.528 on Mar 21, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... anything. It was like playing a video game avoiding all the bikers weaving in and out of the streets. Whenwe picked up Chan at the airport, he had his own stories to tell... Every leg of his flight was delayed and he had been traveling for 21 hours to get here. Two hours later we finally arrived at our place in Ootmarsum and are enjoying a glass of wine and Hawaiian pizza! Life is good again! Tomorrow, Detmold Germany to see which of the Noltes, mom's relatives we can ...

    Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS

    A travel blog entry by writeofpassage on Sep 29, 2013

    4 photos

    Our morning train was delayed by some two hours, then stopped unexpectedly short of its final destination. We then had to wait a while before boarding another train which took us only a short distance to Amsterdam Central. From the train station we walked to our hostel St Christopher's Inn (which was located on the outskirts of the red light district). We wanted to do a free walking tour of the city and it was due to leave in fifteen minutes, so we left our bags in the lockers ...

    Amsterdamage

    A travel blog entry by laura.hamlyn on Aug 06, 2013

    13 photos

    ... his eccentricity proved it to be very entertaining. The Dutch can make some seriously good cheese. Following this, his father showed us how they went about making clogs, shoes considered to be an icon of The Netherlands. I was tempted to buy a pair of clogs from the gift shop, however reluctantly put them back on the shelf knowing it wouldn't be practical as I'd have to carry them to America before coming home to Australia. Instead, I settled for a ...

    Through the polders and eventually to Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by pkinsey on Jul 27, 2013

    46 photos

    ... We bought cakes at the bakery and went and visited Mr. Scherpenzeel. The town houses were bigger then I expected there are a lot of these.

    It was a very small trading town until the 1960's when a lot of amounts of the working population started to move here with their families. It continues to grow rapidly and we saw many new houses (apartment buildings and row houses) ...