Pension Perruque

Address: Ds.L.Tinholtstraat 2, Koudum, Friesland, 8723 CX, Netherlands | B&B
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      Funny stuff

      A travel blog entry by viktorfraser on Dec 16, 2014

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      I do notice many differences between the Netherlands and Canada. First of all, the cars are so much smaller here. There are no pick-up trucks either. Also, there are bikes and bike paths everywhere! Also I noticed that many streets are made with small bricks. My oma also lives in a street made out of bricks (and not made out of ...

      The Rijksmuseum

      A travel blog entry by timtol on Jun 01, 2014

      ... a way for us all to live in harmony. Our history is littered with many wars, generally based on greed, ego and religion and this continues all around the world today. So perhaps we should look at art as one means that could bring on a new renaissance. I was first inspired by the idea that the world needs a new renaissance when reading a book 'Confronting the Future' by Charles Birch. I think the message above about art at the Rijksmuseum correlates to this ideal and need, ...

      70 enroute to NL

      A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Jun 29, 2013

      5 comments, 7 photos

      ... it is obvious that they have been suffering for many generations under Russian-German-Russian rule. During those times no one had anything to smile about I guess, so my take is that children grew up with unhappy looking people all around, and having a stern face comes natural to them. Also there is the fact in Russia, the Baltic States and Poland, under communism there was no competition between businesses as everything was state owned. So why go out of your way to give good ...

      Day with the Boys:)

      A travel blog entry by brittanypickard on Nov 27, 2012

      ... walked around the city both simon, paul and I for most of the afternoon.. We ate the most amazing hot chocolate in the world!!!

      I also found a shop with many Dutch gifts and ate my frist kroket in Holland from a vending machine... Hoorn is a very beautiful city and I love riding the bike everywhere. For Dinner we went to Ingrid's and i got to meet ...

      Will you pardon me?

      A travel blog entry by cdrgray on Apr 15, 2012

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      ... was tired so she laid down to rest before dinner .
      Dinner was a typical Dutch meal served to us in Hoorn in the West Fresian Museum with Dutch hosts sitting at our tables and interacting with us. The meal was like beef stew, but with the potatoes and carrots mashed together and served on the side. It was tasty.
      Tomorrow: ...