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  • Schoonhoven to Hoek van Holland via Rotterdam From the hotel, we immediately crossed by ferry to the south bank and meandered through the Eendenkooi Nature Reserve with wildfowl everywhere - a beautiful, peaceful setting. It was all uphill today from -2 metres at Posted by TonyClarke in Tony's Rhine Ride | Jun 26, 2018
  • Wageningen to SchoonhovenWhile you are basking in a heat wave at home, Holland is feeling cold even when the sun does shine and is it always windy here? I'm now writing this back home in England as I had Posted by TonyClarke in Tony's Rhine Ride | Jun 26, 2018
  • Day 63The first picture in this message shows the unusual chickens that were on the farm we stayed at last night. They looked like they had pom-poms on their heads and on their behinds. They were fun to watch. Posted by A-RPoulton in European Vacation 2 - 2018 | Jun 25, 2018
  • Beautiful park Hoge VeluweThe bikes (the white ones you can use for free)We stayed on a campsite in the area Ede, Gelderland, the Netherlands which is a great area for nature lovers. The national park Posted by Stefmuts in Adventures by Stef | Jun 25, 2018
  • On Tour 2003 - Amsterdam Photos [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/937084/1453557_12153474137871.jpg thumb=https://photos.tr Posted by Hedge74 in On Tour 2003 | Jul 20, 2003
  • Amsterdam SchipholDAG 1 Maandag 21-7 Tja, opeens was het zover. 21 juli 2003 om 13.10 uur gingen we de lucht in. Uiteraard niet zonder eerst afscheid te nemen, en dat viel niet mee. Iedereen wist dat het eraan zat te komen, maar Posted by Hedge74 in On Tour 2003 | Jul 20, 2003
  • Dag 1 --> van Amsterdam naar Vancouvertis 12.00u hier bij jullie dus 09.00u we gaan naar bed weltrusten. Als het goed is moeten er nu foto s zijn dus doe er je voordeel mee en geniet er van net als wij.Morgen na Posted by andrejannyheg in reis 2009 | May 21, 2009
  • Volendam, Wooden Shoes, Cheese and Windmills Since we were to be picked up at 10, I didn't leave a wake-up call. I waked up at about 7 and got dressed and organized before I waked up my granddaughter. She had fallen asleep with Posted by greatgrandmaR in Tanzanian Safari | Jun 1, 2018
  • Cruising the Canals of AmsterdamI was really sleepy, so I took a nap. When I woke up I was determined to get my granddaughter a canal cruise as that is the most iconic way to see Amsterdam. There is a canal cruise Posted by greatgrandmaR in Tanzanian Safari | May 31, 2018
  • Ambling Around AmsterdamThe people at the hotel are very helpful. We got a wake-up call at 7 and got dressed to go down to breakfast. The scooter charger was green before we unplugged it. But we could NOT get Posted by greatgrandmaR in Tanzanian Safari | May 31, 2018
  • Flying In and Frustrating First Day We had the choice of connecting to the flight for Tanzania by going through London or Amsterdam. I decided to go through Amsterdam and to spend Posted by greatgrandmaR in Tanzanian Safari | May 30, 2018
  • NetherlandsOn Thursday morning we said our goodbyes to Jenny, Thomas and their Leonburger puppy Tessa and hit the road for a big day of driving from Munich to Oisterwijk in the Netherlands. The journey was close to 800km so we Posted by KevinandErin in Kevin and Erin's Euro trip 2017 | Jun 12, 2018
  • Day 1 - the first full day, and I mean fullFirst culture shock for me, driving on the right hand side of the road. Last night everyone on the tour met for a group dinner, where we also met our tour guide Britt and bus driver Lukass. There are Posted by holidaymenow in Deon's European Adventure | Jun 9, 2018
  • Amsterdam Airport areaMay 24-25, 2018 We arrived from Prague mid-afternoon and caught the shuttle van to the hotel. The hotel was out in the country, not far from the airport. There was a bus connection to the city, but it was Posted by HosMiniTravels in Cruising the Rhine and Danube | Jun 5, 2018
  • Accelerate... Day 2 of my little birthday celebration. Check out was by 12noon and our flight wasn't leaving until after 2 pm, so alittle more window shopping was in order. We were very pr Posted by ms_travelr in European Day Trips 2008 | Jul 1, 2008
  • good bye for now...Well the clouds started moving in and before we even boarded the train, heaven showered tears of good bye. Luckily we had brought light rainjackets with us just in case. It's a Dutch habit...you never know when it's going to Posted by ms_travelr in Switzerland 2007 | Aug 6, 2007
  • Netherlands #6Travelling to Amsterdam from Barcelona cost about $100 to fly in. the total distance is about 1550 km. When arriving to Amsterdam my first stop was Dam Square. it is the largest square in central Amsterdam and a very popular Posted by donaldduck11 in World Tour | Jun 4, 2018
  • Breezeblocks"I do not stink, I swear, I do not stink, Do not say I stink, because I. Do. Not. Stink." The language is Moroccan Dutch. Ethnic dialects of Dutch are being added to the purely regional varieties. The young, very overweight Posted by Mr Henry in Mr Henry Annexes Sudetenland | Jun 3, 2018
  • A little outing"I know it, I can feel it, we are doomed, this is not going to end well", wails the uncle with Parkinson's from the backseat of the Ford Vo-koos, rented in Kaldenkirchen just across the border from the southern city Posted by Mr Henry in Mr Henry Annexes Sudetenland | Jun 3, 2018
  • A brave new AmsterdamIn memoriam: Hans Ploegh It's been thirty years since Mr Henry called Amsterdam home. As he steps out on to the square in front of Central Station, he is still recovering from going through Dutch immigration. For the first time in Posted by Mr Henry in Mr Henry Annexes Sudetenland | Jun 3, 2018
  • Golf ballAmsterdam has done very well weather-wise by Mr Henry for one whole day. But when it begins to rain, Mr Henry knows there's no bucking a weather system. He decides to go and see a movie in the theatre where he Posted by Mr Henry in Mr Henry Annexes Sudetenland | Jun 3, 2018
  • Scumbag, please!An hour or two out from Amsterdam Airport, South China Airlines, the airline with the art deco plane livery worthy of the Super Constellation in its heyday, has scheduled a meal service. We will be landing at 6.30 in the Posted by Mr Henry in Mr Henry Annexes Sudetenland | Jun 3, 2018
  • Ready to Fly!Finally the day had come!! After waiting for almost 7 months we're flying to Thailand! We went to Schiphol airport in the afternoon, and got there relatively soon, no traffic jams at all :D. My friend was already there, and the Posted by Astreia in Around the world Travels | Mar 21, 2008
  • D27 BorgerAfter visiting various megalithic monuments in different countries I decided it was time to visit some near home. Technically it meant I had to go to another country as I live Posted by Stefmuts in Adventures by Stef | May 29, 2018
  • We wanted to see the five windmillsI didn't know what to expect here as I haven't found things to do. After doing a lot of reseach I found out there are six windmills in town so, I check Schiedam [Schiedam-trav Posted by Shavy in Myanmar 2017 | Aug 26, 2017
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