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  • 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
  • ALPACA or MERINO: COOLING TECHNIQUE, WICKING CAPABILITIES, AALPACA or MERINO WHICH WOOL IS BETTER IN COOLING, WICKING, AND WARMTH INSULATION 1. How can the Alpaca wool be cooling if they don’t absorb any moisture? Alpaca fibres have pockets of microscope spaces that are able to hold Posted by Arms of Andes in Inca Trail: Proper Hiking Clothes | Oct 14, 2019
  • Travbuddy meet up with the gorgeous Kei, and I finally meet Kei, Paul and I at a coffee shop (a real cafe, not a "coffee shop", LOL)Why can't I sleep on planes?! After a grand total of about 3 hours' sleep, I woke up and Posted by vikramonthemove in Serbia and Amsterdam | Mar 15, 2018
  • Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day) Den HaagOn Tuesday, 17 September it was Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day) Den Haag. This is an important day for the entire country, but it's also a day that the people of Den Haag seem to consider their own special national holiday. Posted by travelmama in What's Up with Pam & Nico | Oct 9, 2019
  • Den HaagDen Haag (The Hague) is the seat of government for the Netherlands. (Amsterdam is the capital of the country) Although we've visited The Hague many times, during the month of September we stayed in a flat there and had a Posted by travelmama in What's Up with Pam & Nico | Oct 6, 2019
  • Days 24 to 28After surviving my first visit to Amsterdam in 1991 (despite those dire warnings that I would definitely lose at least one kidney) I really didn't have any intention of returning. Our itinerary for that visit had taken us to Posted by janemooney in Itchy Feet Travels | Sep 21, 2019
  • The Spanish ExperienceYou probably can't even begin to truly get to know a country in just over a week but we're definitely a little wiser about the culture and lifestyle of Spain than we were previously - or to be more specific, Posted by janemooney in Itchy Feet Travels | Sep 16, 2019
  • Day 22 and 23Well here we are in Amsterdam - a city I really, really love, largely due to the fact we've made many visits in recent years for the IBC trade show, which is held here every September, so have got to Posted by janemooney in Itchy Feet Travels | Sep 13, 2019
  • Loosdrecht On 14 August we arrived in Holland - two months after we left Melbourne for Darwin! What an amazing time we've had these past two months in Darwin, Singapore, Tallinn, Finland and Norway. Now we've lande Posted by travelmama in What's Up with Pam & Nico | Aug 30, 2019
  • Day 31, Day of the Dike!Den Helder certainly looked like a nice place to explore! We got up and went out for a walk to do just that. We walked past some of the historic ships in the harbour, and then crossed the busy road Posted by CariadJohn in Scandinavian Summer! | Aug 27, 2019
  • months of counting down has finally paid off!Ever since Tania and I booked this trip, I must admit that I secretly began to count the weeks, but as things progressed and months went by, things got busier at work and I sort of lost track of the whole Posted by Ils1976 in Ecuador & Galapagos ... me gusta mucho! | Aug 25, 2019
  • Day One Loosdrecht to BruggeWith a pleasant 21C we set off just before 12 noon. One Km down the road I suddenly think of my camera still sitting on the shelf in the cupboard. Jos kindly turned around so that I could collect it. Posted by Koopmansal1 in France and Shakespeare | Aug 14, 2019
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