Holland

Travel: Holland – Giethoorn

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In between all these travelposts about our holiday to England, I want to show you the most picturesque village of Holland… Giethoorn!

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Travel: Must-visit parks and gardens – part III

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After our visit to English and French gardens, we’ll stay in the Low Countries for this final post on parks and gardens.

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Must-visit parks and gardens – part I

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When on a holiday or a day trip I like to visit a park or garden. So I have decided to dedicate three travelposts on must-visit parks and gardens. Today I take you to England.

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Holland: Utrecht – St-Martin’s Cathedral

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Today you can read a second post about my daytrip to Utrecht, which my best friend Katrien and I visited a couple of weeks before.

Last week you could read about our visit to the Rietveld-Schröder House (see this post) and today I will tell you a bit more about the Cathedral.

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Holland: Utrecht – Rietveld Schröder house

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Last Friday I went to Utrecht with my best friend Katrien. As she turned 40 a few months ago, I wanted to treat her on a day out. She got to pick the destination and I would make sure we’d have something cultural, gastronomic and money-spending to do that day 🙂

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Holland: Rotterdam – High Tea & Rotterdam by night

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To finish my series of Rotterdam-posts, I will tell you a bit more about the place where we had an ab fab high tea and I will show you some pictures from Rotterdam at dusk and by night… a sight to see! Read the rest of this entry »

Holland: Rotterdam architecture

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I have visited many Dutch cities and they all have the same pattern… winding canals with bridges, old canal houses, medieval architecture. But not Rotterdam…  Read the rest of this entry »