If you drive on the Dutch highways and see a RED CROSS (X) on the electronic displays (matrix borden), it means a CLOSED LANE.
Indeed, but you have to get ready for 2 major things:
1- it is an expensive one!
2- It is on the seaport, you will have to walk a lot to reach it!
Be really careful from Junkies and thieves, Amsterdam has lots of them, also some drunk people and those who are under the effects of drugs, better to avoid them and call police if it needs!
Came across this site and it s funny to see what pronunciation English tongued are tought ... we never talk like that!
This seagull fancied a bit of cheese at the Alkmaar market and no-one was going to stop him.... so watch out! LOL
Watch your speeding ! A lot of speed traps! I had to pay almost € 38.00 for driving 6 km/h too fast!
Avoid roads around Amsterdam during rush hour! A lot of traffic jams!
'My shield and trust, are thou, O Lord', it says.
Delfts' blue is a popular souvenir but sometimes too high a price is asked
DANGER DANGER! Exposure for long periods of time to terrible Street Organ Music may cause dizziness or insanity!
When visiting the country side, take a good map. Some of you will come by organised bus-tour, but some of you maybe on your own.
Don't let your dog drink sea water!
They end up vomiting under the passenger seat of your car!!
My son and grandmother shared a room at the Ambassade, where we were greeted by a very friendly and...more
This Hotel is the right place for romantic people who like its "old fashioned" style, the relaxed...more
It's great to see and witness that the hotel has a heated outdoor swimming pool, which you can use...more
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