I wonder where can I get served huge amounts of fried/roasted bacon in Enschede?
Hi there, this is my first post.
I am moving to Enschede in August and want to find a cheap and easy way to go there. Prices during August are quite high.
I have found air routes to Amsterdam's airport and to Germany's Dortmund and Munchen.
Which one should i prefer?
Does anyone know of any train to go from Dortmund or Munchen to Enshcede? Mind i do not speak German so i do not know if i can communicate effectively in Germany.
We are coming to Enschede in late June for the Softball World Championships & we're trying to find cheap accommodation for a few days (prob a hostel or very cheap hotel). I know the tournament is being played @ The Cottonfields (Kotkampweg 119), but can't find it on any maps, so can't figure out where it's best to stay. We won't have a car & will be relying on public transport. If transport to the grounds is close, then we can pretty well stay anywhere, but if there is no transport near the grounds, we will need to stay close by.
When I was visiting a Belgium a found a lot of "shops" selling some used stuff called Kringwinkel - sometimes I was able to find there really nice things.
I'm just curious if in Netherlands, esspecially in Enschede you have such a shops?
and if yes, how to find them?
Hi... this is going to sound strange... but my Mum lives in Australia now, but lived in Enschede when she was little... and I was wondering if 13 Sabang Straat still existed...That was where she lived till she was 11.
Does anyone know if there is still a house there?
Wierd question but I'm hopeful...
What is the best way to travel from Enschede to Aachen and how long does it take? Thanks.
I would like some information about day trips starting in Enscede and going into Germany. We are interested in touring some of the castles in Germany. It would be alright if it was necessary to stay in Germany for 1 night. Thank you Daphne Eze