Travel Blogs from Utrecht
Like we did with Ghent in Belgium, we're making Utrecht our base in Holland and using the trains to explore the other cities. The trains between Utrecht and Amsterdam; Rotterdam and The Hague, all take approximately 30 minutes and there are 4 an hour.
Utrecht is a stunning city, I think it is my favourite European city so far! Having said that, almost every city we stay in we say 'I could live here!'
Like all of Holland, Utrecht has ...
... on Snowmobiles
Day 6 - Fri 14 Feb:
- Reindeer Safari in seach of the Northern Lights
- Cross country skiing school
- Husky Safari
Upon arrival we will receive the definite schedule of the activities.
Following a rushed breakfast because we slept in, we boarded busses for a short drive to smaller boats and a cruise on the canals of Amsterdam.
After the cruise we went on a tour of the Rijks Museum. We didn't have a lot of time but had a fantastic guide who had a masters degree in art history. She showed us a few paintings with lots of ...
... women's urinal. Hahahaha, we had some good laughs. Before we knew it, it was 6p, we lost Kit's umbrella, Mom found shoes and a backpack, and we headed home. Kit made another fantastic dinner, we had some Dutch apple crumple desert, and went to bed!
Mindfulness Moment: The crowd in the train station is big, busy, and loud. People are speaking Dutch and English. We are parched and decide to buy some very tasty ...
... washing stations" here for between meals. Awesome. 4. Pack an extra pair of jeans in case yours decide to explode at the seams. Not cool jeans. Not cool. 5. Future offspring will be multilingual. This has already been discussed and decided. 6. Sports are such an incredible opportunity for meeting new people, traveling new places, and sharing a common connection. Xoxo! Angie and Shannon (she's playing now, but I'm sure she would agree on all of ...