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nice video! i love netherlands 🙂
yes, but do they sell legalised american ganja in the coffee shops there?
Just went to Amsterdam twice in Jan/Feb while backpacking through Europe, meant to do Haarlem and The Hague but schedule didn't permit it, seems this may be a good thing tho..I need to come back in the summertime for herring!
Biggest regret was not trying the herring while in Amsterdam :-/ Next time!
Beautiful!!!! Rick! Will you marry me? We have travel in common and so much else! lol
contrary to other touristic foods like haggis, wich is only eaten by tourists, we really love our herring. If you get it from the right merchant it is one of the outright tastiest things in the world. It is delicious! The one in this video looks good and fresh
don't miss the café/pub In den Uiver voted as best café in Holland a few times just a cross the church.
Very nice video! I'd strongly recommend to check out the "hofjes" of Haarlem; about 20 small courtyards, surrounded with houses for the widowed women. A closed-off, safe community if you will. Each "hofje" has its own style! Truely amazing. You can see them in many Dutch cities (including in Amsterdam), but Haarlem is well-known for them!
the haring tent is all over the country
I want see Europe, my dream.
I live here !! 😀 HAARLEM CITY
Can you believe that as a Dutch guy I had never been to Haarlem until I was 35! And I worked in that street in your opening scene for my first freelance contract. Since then I fell in love with Haarlem. Such a great city
you ate herring in amsterdam not in Haarlem
so funny to hear you say "grote kerk" xD
I love Haarlem. We spent our honeymoon there in 1962.
well done, thank you
We love haring … and Haarlem
Ehm, being a citizen of Haarlem, I can tell you that the Haringstand you filmed is in Amsterdam on the Herengracht and not in my beautifull Haarlem. Did you know that the pipe organ in the Church was played by W.A. Mozart himself?
I was born in Haarlem at the tail end of WW 2. Lived above my father's bakery. Then moved to Amsterdam. Moved to Can a at 6 years page. Came back in '67 and saw my Oma and Opoe before they both passed away. Saw as much of family and country in 3 weeks as we could. Just loved our visit. Much too short.
Love you Rick! Haarlem Rules!!
god i trust in u and one day i visit Netherlands for painting =)
Herring is really tasty. I tried it in Amsterdam, stubbe. It’s kinda like sushi, melts in your mouth.
That herring looks delicious
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