Travel Blogs from Monnickendam, Netherlands

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Day Three - Fishing villages and windmills, Monnickendam, Netherlands travel blog

Day Three - Fishing villages and windmills

A travel blog entry by kjyoung


Today we travelled to a small fishing village, Monnickendam. We walked through the village which have wooden houses built tightly together. We began to see the start of the decorations for King's Day which is the King's birthday and a national holiday on ...

WAKE UP!, Monnickendam, Netherlands travel blog


A travel blog entry by b3ennyk


... side I now have all the time in the world to make my way to Gatwick airport, and my passport will get a stamp from the Netherlands instead of another French one :-) Got off the tube at Covent Gardens, since I had time I was thinking about dropping by the ...

Terug in tyd na Brugge, Monnickendam, Netherlands travel blog

Terug in tyd na Brugge

A travel blog entry by leonisnyman


Vandag is ons weg uit Parys en het oppad Monnikendam toe in Brugge gestop vir die middag.  Daar is nie regtig woorde om te beskryf hoe mooi Brugge is nie. Dis pragtige Middeleeuse dorpie met die mooiste smal straatjies, en lieflike ou geboue. Om ...

Rural Holland, Marken And Monnickendam, Netherlands travel blog

Rural Holland

A travel blog entry by evaclapham


... morning tea and even went to the local museum, it was so cute and such friendly people everywhere. A real treasure.  Then onto Monnickendam just down the road and a slightly larger town but just as cute. I'm not sure that I would like living in ...

Monnickendam, Monnickendam, Netherlands travel blog


A travel blog entry by franshanna


Binnendoor zijn we toen richting Monnickendam gegaan. Hier kregen we en plaats in de jachthaven. De wagen leek in het begin enorm groot en we waren onzeker over onze eigen rijkunst., maar het rijden door Noord-Holland gaf ons het nodige vertrouwen. De ...

Through the polders and eventually to Amsterdam, Monnickendam, Netherlands travel blog

Through the polders and eventually to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by pkinsey


... origin in those old times. Later, dams and dikes that were build to protect the region from the water, brought a end to Monnickendam's connection to outer sea and an area of economic downfall began. From then on, like other towns in the region, ...

AmXstXerXdam, Monnickendam, Netherlands travel blog


A travel blog entry by b3ennyk


So, today we went to check out how cheese is made here on a farm only 2 minutes drive away; ‘tis called Cheese & Clogs, and yep – they make clogs too (giving us a demonstration of how they used to be made by hand). The guy presenting ...

Gosh Dam, Monnickendam, Netherlands travel blog

Gosh Dam

A travel blog entry by jmatczak


... it used to be around 43 cents a liter. Dad could definitely relate to that.  The three of us had a nice dinner in Monnickendam at Castello di Roma, Italian. The wild mushroom ravioli in cream sauce was delicious, as was the wine I had with it. Now, ...

A long day of traveling!, Monnickendam, Netherlands travel blog

A long day of traveling!

A travel blog entry by gretalindberg

... . We continued 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 ...

I need an hour in the morning to review life, Monnickendam, Netherlands travel blog

I need an hour in the morning to review life

A travel blog entry by 2and2


... , super easy on the bus we could even use our chip passes so we didnt have to buy other tickets. Our first stop was Monnickendam, a really cute little town, not to touristy with lots of unique houses and stores. We even went up the bell tower in which a ...

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