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... crossed the border into Belgium and hit a traffic jam on the freeway... Toilet stop looking further and further away.) Driven into fog after that magnificent sunrise. After the Canal Cruise, it was onto dinner. This was magnificent! Great little restaurant... Great food. Pea soup with sausage Pork ribs Ice cream and pancakes.... (Nothing green or 'forestie' about it. ) Ate way too much but had ...
... next to a lovely big pond with a fountain in it called the Hofvijer. Inside the courtyard of the Dutch parliamentary buildings is the monumental building from the 13th century called the Ridderzial which is now not used for it's original purpose which was for stately meetings, now it is just a tourist sight. We saw the tower that the Dutch ...
... the same bar for drinks that night and met up with some of the same people and some news ones. Then back out to another club and home late-- not as late as the night before, only 3 AM this time. It would be exhausting to be Dutch, although I would be much taller.
On Sunday (6-26), we slept in nice and late before heading to Den Haag for a music festival called Parkpop. It was totally gigantic and completely free-- there were ...
I arrived at Changi Airport on the 23rd April 2011 at around 11pm to catch a direct flight from Singapore Changi Airport to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (KL0836, 0020hrs).
If you are curious, here's the food menu:
Curry Chicken with rice
Tuna with Tomato
Omelet, Sausage, Hash Brown
After a grueling 12 1/2 hours flight, I finally arrived at Amsterdam ...
... does lack of the typical Dutch charm of most of traditional Dutch cities, it is a major economic power in the Netherlands and Europe.
When we arrived, the city was covered in snow (as was the whole country), and it was blanketed in fog as well which wasn’t ideal for sightseeing; however, we made the most out of it. We were able to step inside the Rotterdam City Hall which was one of the few structures downtown to survive the ...