Hotel Sonnevanck

Koningin Astrid Boulevard 50 - 51, Noordwijk, Zuid-Holland, 2202 BE, Netherlands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Noordwijk

Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by jessboss4

... was pretty interesting. After this, we left and slowly headed back home for a night in. It's still really cold every day and night and rain has started a bit, too. We woke up Tuesday morning and Bradden skyped his parents while I slept. After this, we got ready and headed straight to the Cannabis Cup for a seminar about bubble bags that Bradden wanted to see. It was pretty cool. We then went to the other side of the city where we hadn't been before. There were lots of ...

W O W

A travel blog entry by lindablaire

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That was my first impression as we boarded the brand new Viking Baldur on her maiden voyage. What an opportunity to be the first passengers! Everything is so fresh and new - just like moving into a new home! As we boarded we were greeted by the captain and everyone seemed to know what to do. Apparently on inaugurals some of the staff are very experienced and some are newbies. Our cabin steward happens to be a newbie! The ...

On Ya Bike!

A travel blog entry by kyajade

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... in front would have to ring theirs too to get the guides attention so he could double back and see what the problem is. It was a good system and it was pretty cool to see it in action. On the way back we rode through the 'forest', which is huge and totally man made which was pretty cool. Our guide gave us a little insight into how much work that would've been to build a forest on top of what was essentially a marshland. The Dutch are so clever! So we ...

Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by gabiandmitch

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... us all a sick stomach. After a few hours of walking around we decided to stop at a bar that had a massive open window which looked over one the strips of the red light district. We ordered drinks and spent ages doing the best people watching I've ever done, watching the men going in and out, the girls getting the most work and how quickly some of the men go in & out! It was very entertaining but sickened me to think this sort of thing is still ...

Cheese and Windmills

A travel blog entry by cathb

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... working windmills in a village. Outside the village is a tourist area with cafe, souvenirs etc and a mill which you can go into to have a look. The rest of the mills are closed to visitors. When we got off the bus, the first thing we noticed, apart from the freezing wind, was the strong smell of chocolate. There is a factory nearby, and apparently the local windmills are used to grind the cocoa beans. Again, very picturesque. It was so cold, it was hard to want ...

 

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