Nicolette Apartments

Voorstraat 3a, Katwijk aan Zee, Zuid-Holland, 2225 EJ, Netherlands | Hotel
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    Day 12 Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on May 21, 2014

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    ... in WWII, but because once all the Jews had been taken away and the remaining residents were starving and freezing they raided the homes for food and timber and basically destroyed the houses. The houses of Amsterdam are another story.... Terry pointed out quite a few that have serious " I lean" problems. Because the city is basically built on marshes, the houses drop, sometimes at different degrees within the house. " the Dutch are used to looking at a problem and fixing it" ...

    Head Over Heels in Like

    A travel blog entry by christinec2013 on Mar 24, 2014

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    ... and met me at the station. Oh such a super big giant crush emerging. He just always seems so happy to see me and he smiles and laughs a lot, and is very sweet! So we just cruised around. We went and got a drink, then we went and hung out with one of his friends and had a cup of tea. Then we went for a little walk in a park with a pretty lake that had swans and horses around it and just lazed around in the sun. In the evening we went and got dinner then he drove me to ...

    Day 29 - Amsterdam, Holland

    A travel blog entry by byrneymack on Nov 19, 2013

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    ... budget on museums lol. in the end we were delaying the inevitable and that was heading to see Amsterdams infamous Red Light District. A short stroll and you can sense a change, it's like stepping into another world. I was expecting Hindley St on steroids, but what we got was a very well policed area that had a carnival like atmosphere. Bays of Red Light windows line the canals, with prostitutes in all shapes and sizes on display trying to woo the next passer by in. ...

    So it begins

    A travel blog entry by callumhislam on Oct 01, 2013

    ... company. Eventually he got his Harmonica out and started playing songs while I attempted to play along with the ukulele! I was then introduced to the neighbour, a retired baker now a painter, who offered me an apartment for the night. However it is only 2 or 3 in the afternoon and is stll hot and sunny. So with a fresh cup of coffee in my flask, and a free print of one of pieter's paintings of a windmill in my bag, I ...

    Home time- Amsterdam to Newcastle

    A travel blog entry by joshtyson on Aug 14, 2013

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    Home time! Excited for home. Checked out the hotel and walked to the resistance museum which was all about ww2 in holland. Good museum which was interesting. Then got the tram to the Heineken museum but we didn't go in as it was 20 euros. Walked back to the hotel. Went to a cheeses shop and then got the train to the airport. Fly at 19.15. Nearly home. What an amazing trip. Trip of a life time! ...