Travel Blogs from Netherlands

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Amsterdam: A unique gateway to Europe, Amsterdam, The Netherlands travel blog

Amsterdam: A unique gateway to Europe

A travel blog entry by wilsondm5


... 1650 sculpture of Goliath and several fine paintings of the town's leaders from the early 1600's. In the Golden Age of the Netherlands, the Dutch empire expanded across the globe as far away as Indonesia, and the Dutch East India Trading company was a ...

Zaanse Schans and Yoga, Zaandam, Netherlands travel blog

Zaanse Schans and Yoga

A travel blog entry by rachelkw


We took a train from Woerden's bike-encrusted train station to Zaandam, where there is a historical working museum. The place covers an area on the banks of the River Zaan and is made up from a number of working businesses, from pewter modelling to ...

Oma Joke aan boord, Dordrecht, Netherlands travel blog

Oma Joke aan boord

A travel blog entry by tintin38


30-08-2014 Mooring voor Haringvlietbrug – Dordrecht Om 9:00 schutte de Haringvliet brug, en het was nog een half uurtje varen voor we ervoor lagen. Het begon te regenen, dus heeft Bart, zich gehuld in zeilkleding, de hele tocht tot Dordrecht ...

St. Annaland, Sint Annaland, Netherlands travel blog

St. Annaland

A travel blog entry by penns


We took a train from Delft to Rotterdam.  We walked to the car rental place to get our cars, where Mom got a Mercedes-Bens, and Kathryne got the same exact car mom had last time, an Opel Corsa. We had turned it in to Amsterdam, and someone had ...

An Evening in Sophie's [Day 26], Well, Netherlands travel blog

An Evening in Sophie's [Day 26]

A travel blog entry by travel4eternity


... I stayed there for about an hour, reading Oedipus at Colonus. It was so perfectly sunny (although sometimes cloudy, as per Netherlands weather) and I was almost too warm in a sweatshirt and windbreaker. I saw four (!!!) bikers wearing helmets, and a nice ...

Queen's Day, Amsterdam, Netherlands travel blog

Queen's Day

A travel blog entry by alexmcafee


Usually a piano full of booze would surprise me, but after walking along the streets of Amsterdam on Queen's Day, it was not unexpected. On the walk over to our boat, we passed the usual scenes of this national day of togetherness; massive stages, cafes ...

Bonaire Baby!, Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles travel blog

Bonaire Baby!

A travel blog entry by melinda2000

A very early morning departure following a very late night made for very little sleep before leaving New York for Bonaire. Needless to say, we didn't see much of the flight to Bonaire. My friend Timothy and I stayed at the Deep Blue Inn Bed and ...

Back Home, Gelderland, Netherlands travel blog

Back Home

A travel blog entry by travelfreakgirl

Today we left at about 10:00 am and arrived home at about 12:30.  It's been a great couple of days away from work and the daily routines in our lives, but I really enjoyed the visit to ...

Heineken anyone?, Amsterdam, Netherlands travel blog

Heineken anyone?

A travel blog entry by aporter

Amsterdam - my first stop in the next five months of travel. What a perfect choice! A lot can be said about this city. Just ask anyone who's been here before. I guarantee they've got some stories to share. For me this was a return visit to the ...

Amsterdamage!, Amsterdam, Netherlands travel blog


A travel blog entry by hannah_jane


I think I've now hit my culture shock in Amsterdam! It's so crazy that thing that aren't allowed in Australia, or are frowned upon, are legal in Amsterdam and everyone is keen for a go! We started our Amsterdam adventure by going to a live sex show which ...

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