Travel Blogs from Maastricht
Linda Devos Well today is the deciding day if Holland will go forward in the next round of the World Cup today they play Mexico.It is here a mass. Of Orange ,red ,white and blue ,even the peoples cars have been covered in orange,the streets are covered in Orange flags,and the people get dressed up in orange to represent their country,Today we staying in Limburge for a few days and this afternoon we are invited to go to a football B&B at the neighbour of Ewoud ...
... be permanently spoiled because the ship is new this year and our trip is only the second trip that this boat has made.
Our cabin is phenomenal. We had opted for the top cabin class—there were only 3 or 4 options from which to choose. We have a king-sized bed; both sides have a nice nightstand. The wall opposite the bed has 2 extra wide sliding glass doors; the TV is mounted on the wall between the ...
So after about 12 straight hours of traveling, I finally made it to Maastricht, the Netherlands. The gate agent in Rapid City almost didn't let me board the plane because my flight was flagged that I needed a visa and didn't believe me that I could go to the Netherlands without having the visa physically in my hand (even though Maastricht University specifically said I could pick it up when I got here). I'm guessing she doesn't handle many international travels out of South Dakota (go ...
... Catholic church by a street called in Dutch, Heaven and Hell. Apparently you could take your pick as to which side was which. Auntie Enid (and others) will recognise the churches from the background to Andre Rieu’s concerts. Maastricht is his home town and the square the venue for many of his concerts. This evening they played a Rieu DVD for us in the lounge on the big screen. It included Anthony Hopkins and the waltz he wrote, a young ...
... from one place to another. But we breezed through security, immigration and customs and were met by our VRC representative and taken to our ride to Maastricht. The lovely Bea, our uniformed chauffeur, took our bags and led us outside the airport to our black Mercedes towncar. Wow, what a nice surprise. Not only were were comfortable, but Bea was a great tour guide as we drove three hours across the Dutch countryside to Maastricht.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed