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Posts from the ‘Europe’ Category

  • March 18, 2009
    Ice Hotels

    Hôtel De Glace Sainte-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier, Canada Open January 4 – March 29 Website: www.icehotel-canada.com North America’s only ice hotel, Hôtel de Glace sits 30-minute outside of Quebec City. The 32,000 sq. foot lodge houses 36 themed rooms and siute sculpted entirely from snow and ice, including the furniture. Complete with chill-reducing custom fireplaces and heated indoor […]


  • March 12, 2009
    Øresund Bridge – linking Sweden & Denmark

    The Øresund Bridge (locally called Øresundsbron) is the bridge that connects Øresund in Denmark with Skane, Sweden, in a total length of just over 10 miles (16,4 km). This is the road connection between the metropolitan areas of Copenhagen and Malmö. The international European route E20 runs across the bridge and through the tunnel via […]


  • March 2, 2009
    Koninginnedag (Queen’s day) in Netherlands

    Koninginnedag or Queen’s Day is a national holiday in the Netherlands and it’s territories on 30 April (or on 29 April if the 30th is a Sunday). Queen’s Day celebrates the birthday of the Queen of the Netherlands and is supposed to be a day of national unity and “togetherness” (Dutch: saamhorigheid). The tradition started […]


  • February 26, 2009
    Scandinavia Trip – The idea

    Back in the days when I learned that the earth was round (almost!) and what this world was all about, (for some reason I don’t remember) I have been fascinated by Scandinavia. It always seemed to me that everyone went to Americas and “mainland” Europe but no one went to Scandinavia for a trip or […]


  • February 25, 2009
    Schengen Visa details (for non-US & non-EU residents/citizens)

    What is a Schengen Visa? “With a Schengen visa, you may enter one country and travel freely throughout the Schengen zone. Internal border controls have disappeared; there are no or few stops and checks. This means that internal air, road and train travel are handled as domestic trips, similar to travel from one US state […]


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