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Amsterdam & Den Haag

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


I am writing this post about The Netherlands in an orchard barn in Southwest England, a good month after being there. Let's see what I can remember.

After leaving the Holy Land of Legos, we took a public bus to the train station in Kolding, only to find out that we had to print out our e-tickets. (We learned this from the 7-11 guy. There is no ticket office in smaller train stations, so the 7-11 serves as the ticket office. Can you imagine that in the U.S.?) Luckily there was ...

Long Train Ride, Van Gogh and We're Ready to Go!

A travel blog entry by dblegldave

... Thank you! An interesting train. Six seat cabins...three facing each other. They were not open spaces like most trains we were on. This configuration with closed cabins is what we remember 40 years ago. We got two window seats, and no one else came into our cabin. At the first of the fourteen stops, a man got on and sat in one of the seats and then got off at the next stop, and then another man came ...

Day 74: Windmill Beer

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... walk home in the rain because we wanted to go to a unique brewery that closed at eight.

John and I walked 3.5 kilometers to get to this bar. Luckily the rain stopped along the way and there was a stiff wind that dried our clothes by the time we reached the bar. The bar is in a windmill. Pretty cliche and cool at the same time. Josh and Yirae were able to join us out here too. The bartender lady gave us a good deal for sampling some of the beers and in total ...

Day 29 - Amsterdam, Holland

A travel blog entry by byrneymack


... museum. I'm really struggling with these maps and the language barriers. I thought we were walking down tram line B, when we were actually walking down tram line A. These lines both had similar landmarks that threw us off course about 1-2 Kms. I had to brief my co/pilot and devised a plan to get us back on track. This conversation was very civil and professional ;) Van Gogh, well I think I'm not an art person especially at 15 EU each. Don't get me wrong I'm sure he ...

Celebrations, bikes, canals and cheese..!

A travel blog entry by drewmarie


... Moni, had a BBQ waiting for us. Serendipitously, our hotel is close to Thomas' house near the Museum Quarter. Great night; learned that the first word you should learn in Dutch is "lekker" which means, "nice!" in English. Has worked well for me thus far. Today, (Monday 8/12) we went to the Meltwater office in Amsterdam and had lunch with Nynke and Jerome, two colleagues of ours at Meltwater. I had a goat cheese salad lunch and realized ...


This B&B, located in the Centre area of Amsterdam, is near Muziektheater, Nationale Ballet, Het Internationale Danstheater, and International Theaterschool.
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