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Beer- and cheese-lovers are right at home in Amsterdam, where Dutch cheeses like Gouda, Edam and Leiden make up a healthy part of the cuisine and Dutch lagers are consumed heartily. To get the full ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, September 2011
Anytime you travel one of the most challenging, exciting and
perplexing things can be eating. There are menus to unravel and strange
untranslatable things that may or may not be the biggest ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, August 2011
One thing you’ll notice as you travel around the Netherlands is all the cows. Peacefully grazing, they are generally a happy bunch because they get to live long, productive lives giving milk for the ...
Sitting between Rotterdam and Den Haag in The Netherlands, Delft is a gorgeous old market town, full of gabled houses, a medieval town hall, tree-lined canals, cobbled piazzas, and barnlike churches. ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, May 2012
Gouda is not just a cheese but a town. In fact, the town and its surrounding farms invented the cheese and ensured its worldwide fame. Of course when you go to Gouda you will want to eat cheese, ...
The traditional cuisine in The Netherlands is straightforward and hearty. The winter chill is kept at bay with simple dishes such as erwtensoep (pea soup) and stamppot (mashed potatoes cooked with ...
Written by Viator, August 2010
Nothing symbolizes Dutch pragmatism better than the country’s drug policy. Rather than wage war on all drugs and drive them further underground with all the criminal, anti-social activity that ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, April 2012
The Red Light District (De Wallen) in Amsterdam is one of the major drawcards for tourists. It’s not far from the Centraal Station, centered around Dam Square as it has been for centuries, and it’s ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, August 2012
The Netherlands made itself rich during the 17th century – the Dutch Golden Age – by trading Asian spices through the Dutch East India Company. For over three centuries (1602-1942) what is now ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, June 2011
In the heart of the historic center of Amsterdam, criss-crossing the inner ring of seventeenth century canals, is a small network of streets known as The Nine Streets. Here is where you’ll find ...
Written by Sasha, January 2013
There is plenty to do in Amsterdam over winter. The climate in the capital city of The Netherlands is not always at its most welcoming but if you’re lucky the sun will come out, the crowds will have ...
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