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The Netherlands

A travel blog entry by dedmonds


... d resisted poffertjes, but managed to squeeze some of these delicious small pancake like balls in, before leaving Holland.

Our exit from Holland was via the car ferry from Hoek van Holland to Harwick, in the UK. It was an overnight trip leaving at 10:30pm and disembarking at the other end at 6:30am. Our cabin was an outside cabin, with very comfortable beds and bathroom, and with a calm sea, it was an easy crossing. I was surprised to see the size ...

Living like the locals

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


... for 150 years – the cursed stones weren’t even touched. The church complex looks considerably different these days to the original layout. Tijs also said a unique factor of the Dom Tower is that it was built from the inside out. On each level you can spy a man-hole in the roof where they hoisted up materials for construction.

We stopped off halfway at the bell level, where Tijs rang all the bells with a mallet – so loud they make your insides vibrate! ...

Day 27, 28, 29 - The Dutch Experience

A travel blog entry by abs08


I had been looking forward to day 27 ever since I decided to come to Holland. It was going to be my opportunity to catch up with Anne, a Dutch girl I travelled with in Malaysia for five days. You know, when I find myself in such situations, any dwindling faith in traveling is restored. It is so thrilling to meet a stranger in a different country, become the best of friends while traveling and share a unique bond and experiences together. Then, almost ...

Amsterdam, an eclectic mix!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... and with the help of his four office staff, her father, Otto made a secret annexe at the top, and to the rear, of the old canal house where they lived above the business. The family then went into hiding along with another family, eight in total. The warehouse staff who worked below were never told. The families never left the rooms at the back of the house, the entrance to which was through a small door hidden behind a movable bookcase. ...

I peed standing up!

A travel blog entry by rsilver7


... No other building is allowed to be built taller than this, which is 369ft. You are not allowed to be inside without a guide, and this tower serves as it's own guide as you stroll through the city. The Dom Tower helps you find your way back if you get lost which is very easy to do on the streets that go along the canal, in rings from the center of the city, and have many distractions along each. We stopped in a few shops, saw some penis-shaped cake pans, ...

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