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Travel Blogs from Egmond aan Zee
... amp; crazy all at the same time.
After the Red Light District, we went to a few others bars & mingled with the locals. We met 2 guys who had both visited CA and were chill & easy to talk to. BUT DON'T WORRY MOMS & DADS... we kept our guard up the entire time. I also made sure to turn my ring around so that my bling wasn't poppin out! It was funny, at one bar we were at this chick heard we were from CA so she starts asking us what we think of Obama yada ...
... research in The Netherlands. I bet if I found out what SWOV stood for, there'd be a heap of ridiculously spelled words (schlaucheijkn like) that would just confuse the story, so I won't bother. I met a gentleman called Govert Schermers, who was nice enough to accept my request a couple of weeks ago to help me earn my tax break, or as far as he was concerned, talk road safety with a bloke avidly interested in the subject. In all seriousness though, I ...
... walk out with a bag of marijuana seeds.
While in the area I took time to visit a friend who coined the phrase “friend for life” . Now I wonder what that means exactly. If one of the lives ends does the phrase “friend for life” finish or has the other party to die also. The problem with a “friend for life” is that there can be long periods were there is no contact, even several years. In my case I had ...
... and took off driving without me. They both waved at me as the tram started to drive by. At the last minute the tram stopped and the last set of doors opened. I guess the Dutch have a good sense of humor! With a bit more work and a lot more lugging, we managed to get all of gear to an apartment near the Vondelpark in Amsterdam.
Sweaty and lugging about 175lbs of gear up 2 flights of tiny wooden stairs we eventually arrived at an AirBNB apartment run by a gentleman by ...
... Dutch persons). Wandering along the water front we all decided to stop and enjoy a cappuccino and a slice of Apple cake, well I didn't have a coffee, but the apple cake was to die for. Anyway, this was our first feeling of gezellig for the day, enjoying the sun, taking in the relaxed atmosphere and just enjoying where we were. After our morning tea we boarded the ferry to Marken, another quaint and beautiful little seaside township and wandered through the town taking in ...
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Strandboulevard A7, Egmond aan Zee | 3 star hotelfrom $137
Parallelweg 14, Egmond aan Zee | Hotelfrom $112
Parallelweg 2, Egmond aan Zee | 3 star hotelfrom $112
Zeeweg 52 , Egmond aan Zee | Hotelfrom $120
Vuurtorenplein 1, Egmond aan Zee | Hotelfrom $92
Pastoor van Kleefstraat 23, Egmond aan Zee | Hotelfrom $112