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A Travel Blog entry by andy_lashbrooke from Delft, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
... 's owners (and Strauss the noisy parrot) and headed back towards the road alongside the North Holland canal and our journey to South Holland. Within minutes the weather had turned rainy again - it was going to be one of those sunny and showers sort of ...
A Travel Blog entry by sini2014 from Dunkerque-Holland, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
... . I spend many hours strolling these streets with my opa and oma. We hopped on Lucy around 3 PM and headed to south Holland to Ryen to spend the night with my cousin Co and Trees. Remco (their son) also joined us. Co ...
A Travel Blog entry by cquinney from Holland part 2, Netherlands
... anything.The weather there was great and it felt to get out of freezing cold Poland. On day Jen and i went on a trip to south Holland together. We woke up and took a train to Breda. There we walked around their park and finally made our way to the ...
A Travel Blog entry by cquinney from Holland Part 1, Netherlands
... Lublin to Warsaw and got a flight to Brussels. Once we landed in Brussels we took a taxi to the train station and then a train to south Holland where hanny has a house. We didn't get to her house until after 2 am because we got off at the wrong train ...
A Travel Blog entry by roadscholarorg from Papendrecht, South Holland, Netherlands
Captain Johann and cook Coone run a tight ... er ... barge. Breakfast is at eight sharp and in case you forget it, the clanging of the bell in the dining room below deck never fails to jog your memory. After the sumptuous meal prepared last night, we ...
A Travel Blog entry by epcnpc from Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
... morning we arrived in Rotterdam to people lining the River Maas to greet the ship...the dutch people have a great affection for Holland America as the companies headquarters were here until the '70s and many dutch have been employed by the company. ...
A Travel Blog entry by ina01nl from Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
... . These four vessels entered service between 1993 and 1996. The ships were ordered not long after Carnival Corporation bought Holland America. Since Carnival didn't want the Holland America ships to compete as heavily with its own Carnival Cruise Lines, ...
A Travel Blog entry by amery from Haarlem, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
... in Christine’s name, and they accepted me as an additional driver with my temporary drivers licence, thank goodness. Holland is very strange- one minute you are driving out in the countryside and everything is very flat and rather boring, ...
A Travel Blog entry by greg_and_claire from Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
... of Maastricht. The thin tract of land surrounding Maastricht is surrounded by Belgium and Germany and is almost isolated from Holland itself. There are green rolling hills and valleys and the city is old and very much like the larger Belgian ...
A Travel Blog entry by heathalessleofo from Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
... us up from our campsite and took us into The Hague for some sightseeing. We went to Madurodam, which is a great mini-Holland theme park. Miniature buildings and cities and airports that make you feel like Godzilla or Gulliver. I had been ...
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