You may have heard of this legendary “ghost ship” but do you know where the legend began? Buckle up as we depart on a trip to the Netherlands aboard the famous ship once captained by Willem van der Decken!
The history of the world’s most international brewer began with Gerard Adriaan Heineken’s purchase of the Haystack Brewery as it was known in Dutch back in 1864. What started out as a local beer brewed in Amsterdam is today a global icon that’s sold in 192 countries.
Some parents may be a little gun-shy when planning travels in Europe. Let’s be honest, it won’t be the romantic holiday you may have pictured prior to your pint-sized crew. However, you can still enjoy any European city with your kiddos regardless of their age.
What’s marked as prohibited, in a secret location and serves delicious drinks that will make for a memorable night? The answer is a speakeasy. These unlicensed establishments dating back to 1890 during the Prohibition era served alcoholic beverages although it was illegal at the time.
It’s as if someone took a box of crayons and let loose on the landscape. Vivid strokes paint the countryside with purple, yellow, orange and red. A multicolor patchwork covers the fields carving a path around windmills and streams all the way to Holland’s expansive shoreline.
Amsterdam, known as the “Venice of the North,” is filled with rich history, networked with over 165 canals and one of Europe’s most iconic cities! As you traverse through this exciting city, make time for these bucket list experiences.
1. Take a dreamy canal cruise.
The best thing about European cities is all the history that awaits to be uncovered. From the museums housing a city’s most ancient artifacts to a memorial of an important battle — these places tell the story about how these cities came to be.
Are you ready to wear your cosplay out and about at a European Comic Con? Or maybe you are just looking to expand your comic collection or autograph collection. Here are eight comic cons you don't want to miss!
There are some books that you read and imprint upon immediately. For me, those books are frequently penned by David Sedaris – an American humorist, comedian, author and radio contributor, who is about to embark on his European tour.