The land of tulips, windmills & much more!

The Netherlands! Yes, those awesome landscapes, wooden houses and windmills of Zaanse Schans, unforgettable sunset at the NEMO science museum behind the Amsterdam central station, cycles, a lot of cycles, walking through the streets and on canal banks of Harleem, tulips and just tulips at the KEUKENHOF tulip gardens, a complete contrast at Rotterdam with its breathtaking modern architecture. Finally, an hour cruise from Rotterdam is Kinderdijk, a small windmill village with mills dating back to the 18th century.

Totally a great experience! Here are few pictures.


Zaanse Schans

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The green houses

 

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Windmills of Zaanse Schans
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House of  courage the cowardly dog

Amsterdam

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The velos of Amsterdam
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That sunset!

Harleem

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Canal of Harleem

Rotterdam

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The swan bridge
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Let’s play with the blocks
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Copy, paste, paste, paste
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Time to play with cubes

Kinderdijk

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Windmill
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Windmills
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Windmillsssss

 

Link to the post of tulips of Keukenhof:

https://kpworldofadventures.wordpress.com/tag/keukenhof-2018/

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Author: Harish KP

Hi, this is Harish KP. A budding Engineer from Tumakuru, India, currently working as Project engineer, in Paris, France. This blog is mainly about My – Photography and travel experiences. I like to travel and explore things in a venturesome way. Swimming, hiking, reading, script writing and acting are my other hobbies. Coming to food, I like all most all vegetarian food and few Nonvegetarian dishes. My quest for delicious food never ends!

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