Golden Tulip Leiden Centre
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Our first day in Holland! To start off our day, we visited the Lely factory. Lely is a company that builds farm equipment, from field attachments to robotic dairy equipment. The Lely company was started by two brothers, one of whom was a architectural engineer who developed the dyke system that was responsible for reclaiming half of the country …
... for Rio all week was a balmy 27 degrees - lovely! The flight was fine. Being a day flight we were awake for (almost) all the flight. We'd checked in all in one row of four so we were able to all sit together. The entertainment system was excellent with a massive choice of films, games, tv series etc so we watched (a lot of) movies and played games. The 11.5hrs of flight time passed pretty quickly and before we knew it we were making ...
... the reign of Queen Juliana and Queen Beatrix until 2013. However, the date did not always stay the same. When Juliana ascended the throne, the holiday was moved to her birthday of April 30th. To keep traditional festivals in place, Queen Beatrix maintained the April 30th date when she ascended even though her birthday is in January. From there, ...
... to one of the major fraternities, Augustinus. I live with 11 other Dutch roommates, 6 girls and 6 guys in total. It’s only early days, but I already love it!
The first two weeks pretty much consisted of partying and getting to know other exchange students. It definitely hurt the hip-pocket. After attending Magneet festival in Amsterdam last year, I organized a group to go again this year, being the highlight of mine so far after being back in ...
... a few postcards as reminders.
After a morning in the Van Gogh Museum, we visited the Stedelijk Museum which is host to Two Peasants Digging After Millet by Van Gogh, plus a large collection of work by other modern and contemporary artists. Highlights were paintings by Chagall, Picasso, Leger and Spencer. Lesser works by other artists such as Braque, Mondrian and Rivera were also present. But after viewing these we came upon works by Jackson Pollock ...