looking for the cheapest price to Leeuwarden from Amsterdam Bus or train taking into account train to Alkmaar
I am seeking to bring a friend into the Netherlands for a 3 week holiday. I have written a Tourist Visa application letter. To whom do I send the letter - the Netherlands Embassy? The Embassy where my friend lives? Some other place?
I'm planning to vist the restaurant De Leest in Vasseen in March. I will be coming from Amsterdam by train in the morning to have a late lunch at the restaurant. I understand that there is no train station go there and that closes train station is in Apeldoorn. Searching the internet, its seems like there's a bus 202 from Apeldoorn that will take you to center of Vasseen and from there I can walk to the restaurant. Since I'm coming in the around 1 PM and maybe leave around 4pm is the bus system reliable there? Any info is greatly appreciated.
Hi, i will be in Nijmegen the 7th and the 8th of November and I've booked a flight from Eindhoven to Milan at 8:35 am (8tn November), so i need to be at the airport at least at 7:35 am. Is there any bus or train the would allow me to get to the airport at that hour more or less?
I heard from a friend that Maastricht has excellent shopping opportunities. Which streets in the city would you recommend for shopping? I also heard that they have good sales/deals in December, is this true?
Thanks in advance!
I bought a cheap fare (since I have to do 3 transfers abroad to get home), but there's no way I can get to eidhnhoven before 6 AM and I just read the airport is closed. I mean, if you arrive before the closing time would they kick you out?
I know your answer is gonna be go to the Tulip Inn, but I'm not willing to pay higher than the train fare. Thanks.
We've been to Amsterdam around 3 times so far. Are there some interesting things we can do as a couple that isn't in Amsterdam? Maybe a nice hotel in the outskirts? Do you have some recommendations on things to do that would be relaxing ?
My friend was caught pissing on the street just after a party in Amsterdam. These men were in civil dress and claimed to be police. They did show their IDs. They took his ID and noted it down on their handheld electronic device. And they said that the fine letter will be mailed to his home in 2-3 weeks.Is this the genuine way of fining? In case the letter is not recieved where can one track the fine? Is there an online portal or something wher one can lookup his fines and pay them in time?
VirtualTourist®© 1994-2013 VirtualTourist.com, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
|All reports are strictly confidential. Please explain why you are reporting this:|