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  • counting down if finally over!As my alarm clock went off at 5.30 AM, the first thing that went through my mind was how I could silence that small annoying thing. It took me a few tries, but after a minute or so I finally Posted by Ils1976 in New Zealand | May 17, 2020
  • back home again!Touching the ground a little bit after midnight never in my life felt that good, I don't know how to explain it but for the first time ever I was glad to be home and as soon I was cleared Posted by Ils1976 in Shalom Israel | Apr 19, 2020
  • talking of a bumpy startEver since booking this trip I was looking forward to it, but at the same time I had my doubts as well. I booked a tour group with all single people and budget wise it was cheap too, so at Posted by Ils1976 in Shalom Israel | Apr 12, 2020
  • A Winter Wedding Our final holiday for the year was a weekend in Amsterdam, as my friend Sandy was getting married shortly before Christmas. As the wedding was on Monday 23rd, we decided to make a weekend of the trip as Chris had Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Dec 27, 2019
  • Assen 2018Day 1 And away we go. Reggie dropped off at Wyncot nice and early and I filled the tank at Tesco before heading to the Shuttle. The Insignia managed 40.0 mpg on the last tank. With no long journeys and just local Posted by InvictaMoto in Netherlands | Oct 1, 2018
  • The Streets of AmsterdamAs Rosa strengthened from her op, I was able to take a little more time exploring the city, on my way to fetching Lucia from school or out on shopping trips. I really love that it's a short walk Posted by Gypsy Lee in The Journey Within | Feb 20, 2020
  • Food! Food! Food!Every time I take grab my phone to take a photo of food, I have a quiet chuckle. So many people comment with disdain about those who post photos of what they eat on social media!! But I Posted by Gypsy Lee in The Journey Within | Feb 20, 2020
  • Off On My Next Magic Carpet Ride! My first entry for this blog was for the boom! festival almost 10 years ago in Aug 2010. How unexpected to be back and sharing my journey in photos and stories again! Much like my 6 week trip to Portugal Posted by Gypsy Lee in The Journey Within | Feb 20, 2020
  • Assen 2009Sadly the first part of the blog from Travelpod was lost. I downloaded everything before they trashed the site but it was unreadable. Day 1 The group had a longish ride up to stay at the De Wapse hotel. It's not that Posted by InvictaMoto in Netherlands | Jun 29, 2009
  • Assen 2010Day 1 We were up early and away by 0715 for the short run to Dover. The checking in was pretty simple and quick and we were loaded straight on the ferry. We were at the back of a large group and Posted by InvictaMoto in Netherlands | Jun 28, 2010
  • Amsterdam WeekendPhew. What a scorcha! We were lucky with the weather. When we arrived at the tunnel there was a Harley and two Vespas in front of us in the queue. The Harley guy was wearing an Arsenal scarf but heading to Posted by InvictaMoto in Netherlands | Aug 10, 2007
  • Date Night at the Moco MuseumWhat to say about Amsterdam? It has the alluring charm of Venice, the romantic air of Paris, and the freshness of London. Around every corner, over every bridge, down every canal is a picture-perfect photo opportunity. One can't help but Posted by HMartinez in Amsterdam is for Lovers | Jan 16, 2020
  • November 12After waking up a lot during the night we all managed to sleep in until 830. I was worried Henry and Aganetha would have been waiting for us for hours but luckily they slept in as well. After breakfast we Posted by arodavie in Europe 2019 | Jan 4, 2020
  • November 11After an eight hour flight we arrived into Amsterdam. Jan met us in Amsterdam and we followed him to Madurodam. Michael was a little too keen and got ahead of him and we started down a random highway, luckily it Posted by arodavie in Europe 2019 | Jan 4, 2020
  • 8. Diamonds and TulipsAmsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands Monday, May 9, 2016 Today the alarm greets us; we have a flight to catch. First we're back at @seven for breakfast. Next, Edward collects us at the hotel for a visit to The Royal Asscher offices. [img=https://phot Posted by paulej4 in Lausanne/Amsterdam Board (not bored) | May 8, 2016
  • 7. Amsterdam FranklyAmsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands Sunday, May 8, 2016 Again, we sleep until late. That is most unusual for us. We set out for breakfast and stop at Kofi and T. I have toast while B[sup]4[/sup] enjoys eggs; we both down thick black coffee. Posted by paulej4 in Lausanne/Amsterdam Board (not bored) | May 7, 2016
  • 6. Two Stars End the DayAmsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands Saturday, May 7, 2016 We awake and do not believe the clock. We have slept until 8:30. That's never happened before. We are off up the road for breakfast at @seven, a local hangout which sported inviting sidewa Posted by paulej4 in Lausanne/Amsterdam Board (not bored) | May 6, 2016
  • 5. Venice Isn't AloneAmsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands Friday, May 6, 2016 After breakfast, we are whisked back to the Geneva Airport at 9:00 arriving in ample time for our noon departure aboard KLM to Amsterdam. The flight is short—under 90 minutes—and we negotiate t Posted by paulej4 in Lausanne/Amsterdam Board (not bored) | May 6, 2016
  • Windmills, clogs and a girls best friendAn early and rainy start to the morning at a Dutch village that showcases the making and sells cheese and clogs. After tasting the cheeses and stroopwaffles, the rain had turned to drizzle and we watched the windmills at work. [img=https://photos.trave Posted by bonne vie in Trip of a lifetime | Dec 26, 2019
  • Dinner at Vaals Sitting on top of the world in a restaurant facing over Belgium was a strange feeling. The boundaries are not visible yet you kn Posted by Koopmansal1 in South Netherlands and Germany | Nov 25, 2019
  • Day 17 - going home and reflecting on the trip This trip exceeded by a large margin, my expectations. Our group really gelled and we made some new friends. Touring with a small group is vastly superior to a large one. Herding 13 cats was tough enough for our tour Posted by Weimerrv in Russ and Beth go on Safari | Nov 16, 2019
  • back home again!It is already way after midnight when we leave Hong Kong behind us and I must admit that I was really tired after such a long day. As we boarded the plane a few minutes ago, we noticed we had the Posted by Ils1976 in Socialist Republic of Vietnam | Nov 9, 2019
  • Limburg RegionHired electric bikes from near the station. After the late night (or rather early morning) after Andre Rieu it was 11:30am before we began. We headed out of Maastricht going East towards Valkenburg where we stopped for a coffee Posted by Koopmansal1 in South Netherlands and Germany | Nov 4, 2019
  • a nightmare high in the skyYesterday evening those beds looked so comfy, but after a night of tossing and turning, I was so glad to hear the sound of my alarm clock going off. Although it is still early and getting out of bed doesn’t seem Posted by Ils1976 in Socialist Republic of Vietnam | Nov 3, 2019
  • holiday jitters are here againAlthough today seemed to be a normal working day like many others … I knew there was a difference. Today, the countdown for our trip towards Asia was finally coming to an end, something I was looking forward to for Posted by Ils1976 in Socialist Republic of Vietnam | Nov 3, 2019
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