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Travel Blogs from Haarlem
Sunday June 28
We left for Haarlem about 10:30 am and
arrived about 11:45 am. Originally planning to spend our last night
in Amsterdam, I found the hotels were booked and if not at least
double the normal room rate, so we used Haarlem, about 20 minutes
outside of Amsterdam and equidistant to Schiphol Airport …
... a modern kitchen and a very newly refurbished luxury
bathroom. You can see in the first photo (double click to enlarge) the round
barred holding cell window by the tree on the right. The fire station garage
off the kitchen is original and is used as an artists studio by Marja.
... day and we were set.
We woke up early on Thursday and set off for Haarlem which we reached in time for an early lunch. We got a little lost attempting to find the town centre but ended up passing a bike shop on the way and as both Miriam and I were in serious need of our bike tyres being pumped up, it turned out to be a good thing!
It was one of the hottest days of the year so far so we decided not to cycle the extra distance to the beach but walk to ...
Hi all firstly Steve stay away from those bomb scares please and enjoy the rest of your time in NY. Bert has told you about her day and I had a lovely day meeting new family members and visiting places where my mum and dad were married, lived, born etc and we then All went out for dinner and had a lovely .
We walked to a shopping centre and unsuccessfully tried to book our next journey. Ted drove Bert and i to the old family farm which my dad was ...
... sailboats and yachts moored by the hundreds. Water can be beside you on the left, level with the path, and the canal on the left is 3 meters below. It is pumped out of the lower areas(the Polder), and the sheep graze in the grass there. There are water homes on the edges for miles, floating on the edge. We see kayakers and Rowing teams ...