Hotel Restaurant Groenendijk

Address: Rijndijk 96, Hazerswoude Rijndijk, South Holland Province, 2394, The Netherlands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hazerswoude Rijndijk

The Rhine Gorge, Amsterdam, Brugge, Le Quesnoy

A travel blog entry by ggmuir on Aug 16, 2015

1 comment

... my shoulder on several times and a stupid plastic chair that grabbed my knee every time I went passed, well I think it was the chair. The head board was painted on the wall and as Tayla said when we Skyped, how crash. Friday after noon we had a tour booked to Delft and The Hague. There were 4 American women that nearly drove us batty. Anyway, we learnt how the Delft pottery is made and painted and then had a little time to look at the shop. Conscious that I still had ...

Second days in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by lucieandy on Jul 26, 2015

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... farm where we had a demonstration and tasting of how Gouda cheese is made. They also made wooden shoes and showed us that process as well. We bought a small block of Gouda, ate our sandwich sand were ready for the next stop. Our next stop was the windmill. One of the few remaining operating windmills in Holland, this one is maintained by a man who's father and grandfather were windmill "hosts". Just before leaving ...

Queues, museums and ... Bollywood dancing

A travel blog entry by clgs on Jun 03, 2015

2 comments, 27 photos

... a lot. So, after a lovely 2.5km stroll though the streets of Amsterdam we are now back resting at Mauro Mansion. Dining tonight at Ganesha Indian Restaurant- also just across the canal - and highly recommended online. The chosen menu is: Prawn on Poorie Prawns cooked with onions, tomatoes, garlic and herbs served on a fresh fried patty (the Poorie) in a very traditional way. Samosa Lamb Pastries filled with minced lamb meat. ...


A travel blog entry by garyorme on Jan 12, 2015

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... that was that, easy. Here though we had no car and Mount Kill-a-man-jaro to ascend with the a couple of days worth will do for now!

The best way to explore a city like Amsterdam is by either bike or on foot and as joining the suicidal biker fraternity didn't appeal, shanks pony was our choice. In fact our walkabouts became our daily routine, interspersed with other tourist trips via train, bus, tram and canal boats. At the start our lack of familiarity ...


A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Jan 09, 2015

... to hurt anyone and it's not like people will die of starvation.
Rule 2. A shop that you smoke in is called a Coffee Shop...allowing complete deniability for patrons and even the local police ("Nothing illegal going on there...they're just smoking arabica beans")
Rule 3. Supermarkets are selling out of Doritos and there has to be more tax profit for Amsterdam from the coffee shop owner than from a street dealer.

Anyway...very tolerant people the Dutch. Particularly ...