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Travel Blogs from Egmond aan Zee
... to the hostel very briefly and sorted ourselves out then went for a few drinks to this Irish pub (apparently one of the cheapest in our area) near us. We had a couple of drinks there (with a break for pizza). Everyone here is so nice and always cracking jokes and asking questions and it can be really enjoyable just watching people. After our drinks we went bak to the hostel very very briefly and the receptionist recommended a certain district for ...
... USA are the biggest importers of Dutch bulbs, followed by Japan and the UK. The sheer amount of tulips at Keukenhof is simply incredible. There are so many different varieties and colours. There are tulips in one colour, tulips with other colours running through them, and tulips with a flame-like pattern. Originally, the flame-like patterns were caused by a disease carried by aphids but now they are bred like it, in a completely disease-resistant variety. Different areas ...
... one though wasn't going to miss this chance! The cruise went for about an hour learning a few fun facts along the way. After the cruise, whoever still wasn't too baked went out to a club. We started off at one place and then moved onto another. I was loving it, finally having my big night, and having a good old boogie. Within about 10 minutes of the second place I went to the toilet only to discover that the 6 or so people I walked into ...
... to the town centre and purchased a lovely present for Hans and Jeannette for thanks for letting us use their flat. A set of black handled steak knives and a blue ceramic pot with a potted pink daisy took our fancy and they were well received! We met Hans Jeannette Kim and Monique at Willem's Visshuis and ate raw haring (herring) and kibbling (fried portions of codfish) accompanied by Bols corn wine!!! Oh LEKKER!!!!! We then went with Hans and Jeannette on a trip to Bergen and ...
... was pretty cool. We got into the city and jumped on a tram to get to our hostel, and went to check in. The girl at the counter was super cool, showing us on a map all the places to go and things to see, and giving us advice on various things, without even being asked, which was awesome. We went upstairs to our room and dropped off our bags. It was like a sauna in the room, it was ridiculous! So we didn't spend long in there, but left to go out and find ...
Other places to stay in Egmond aan Zee
Strandboulevard A7, Egmond aan Zee | 3 star hotelfrom $137
Parallelweg 14, Egmond aan Zee | Hotelfrom $112
Parallelweg 4, Egmond aan Zee | 3 star hotelfrom $112
Zeeweg 52 , Egmond aan Zee | Hotelfrom $120
Boulevard Ir de Vassy 3 , Egmond aan Zee | Hotelfrom $92
Pastoor van Kleefstraat 23, Egmond aan Zee | Hotelfrom $112