No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Noordwijk
... Montreal. Our lasting impressions are of great roads, shocking secondary roads, terrible signage, very helpful, friendly people who when asked directions give you the most convoluted ones ever. The idea is to listen to the first 2 then ask someone else when you get there and so on but it all adds to the experience and we wouldn't have missed it for anything. The tractors with loaded trailers on the motorways was a new experience too. But for now we are back ...
Larry and I were up at 4 am, wide eyed. So the best time for getting night to sunrise shots. Off we went we shot HDR on several canals. As we headed back to the hotel Roger tripped and fell face first to the cobble stone. The image was Roger down but the camera was up and ok. Oh he was ok but his ego bruised slightly. We were back photographing later and doing a canal cruise. Thus many images to ...
In Amsterdam, I had NO idea where I was going, felt like a deer in
headlights, and again, needed to locate the information display that
shows what flight goes where out of which gate. Their system is
phenomenal. It tells you the gate, and then using another graphic map,
it tells you how long it will take you to walk to get to your gate
number. Mine was about 24 minute walk to B26. Good thing there was
lots of ...
... this delicious meal, we saw some street art then took a canal tour around town.
The tour was fun, but we all hit a wall from the previous late night and early morning. We decided to look for koffie and did a little shopping. I tried on some pants that made me look like Aladdin, because the other three thought it would be funny. It was, but the sales lady took me seriously and it quite embarrassing. I said thanks, but no thanks, and we continued on.
... a 'realistic' setting. So if you ever go to the Rijksmuseum, don't miss the dolls houses, I guarantee you will be fascinated (especially if you are female - I noticed that the ladies outnumbered the men at this point).
Naturally enough much of the art work of all kinds is Dutch, though there are some things from Italy particularly in the medieval section - another Fra Angelico for example. Luckily for us all the Dutch were into art in a big way, and were also very good ...