Вот я в Амстердаме🇳🇱 У меня есть несколько дней, чтобы увидеть всёвсё. Иду и оглядываюсь по сторонам, мне интересен каждый бордюр, под ноги смотреть некогда, ещё и нескончаемые велосипеды, которые так и норовят меня сбить 🙃
А кто-то, представляете, приезжает туда, чтоб траву покурить да пироженок наркоманских поесть 😦 Ещё успеть бы к Снежане на улицу красных фонарей заскочить 🤔
После приезда меня только ленивый не спросил "Вик, а ты траву там пробовала Как это нет Считай не ездила ты в Амстердам!" Ват 🤦
Ребяят, молодёёёжь, а чё, отдыхать без бухлишка и травки уже не прикольно)
Умейте замечать красоту без вспомогательных средств! 🖤
#chill #travel #moments
Yes, a pink sky can definitely make my day 💕 I’ll always love beautiful sunsets, but some are just more special than others. This one coloured the sky completely pink and the best part It was right here, in The Hague!
It is a wrap! A little month ago our account was taken over by @visit.utrecht where we showcased for four days the Le Guess Who 2018! festival. We tremendously enjoyed the festival with its rich culture of art, music, culture and so on AND we are very much looking forward to next years edition. Already in for a cultural trip to the stunning city of Utrecht. Hit our Instagram Story to get a glimpse and make sure you put it on your list while visiting Holland! 🙌
_ Special thanks to @le_guess_who let us share this picture _ Your photo on our Instagram page Tag #ThisIsHolland or mention us for a chance to get featured!
In 1954, the Charter for the Kingdom of the Netherlands reformed the political structure of the Netherlands, which was a result of international pressure to carry out decolonisation. The Dutch colonies of Surinam and Curaçao and Dependencies and the European country all became countries within the Kingdom, on a basis of equality. Indonesia had declared its independence in August 1945 (recognised in 1949), and thus was never part of the reformed Kingdom. Suriname followed in 1975. After the war the Netherlands left behind an era of neutrality and gained closer ties with neighboring states. The Netherlands was one of the founding members of the Benelux, the NATO, Euratom and the European Coal and Steel Community, which would evolve into the EEC (Common Market) and later the European Union. Government-encouraged emigration efforts to reduce population density prompted some 500,000 Dutch people to leave the country after the war. The 1960s and 1970s were a time of great social and cultural change, such as rapid ontzuiling (end of pillarisation), a term that describes the decay of the old divisions along political and religious lines. Youths, and students in particular, rejected traditional mores and pushed for change in matters such as women's rights, sexuality, disarmament and environmental issues-wiki #backpacker #pinoytraveler #solotravel #laagan #travel #budgettravel 10/2018 #pinoybackpacker #holland #amsterdam #thesurigaononbackpacker #netherlands🇳🇱 #netherlands
Architects from Europe and North America share a trans-Atlantic difference of opinion over their role in shaping policy on resilience to climate change. Some of them met last week in Toronto. Here’s what they said (link in bio). Credit: @jakobmacfarlane
Really want to visit Amsterdam and the Netherlands for more than just a quick four hours. The buildings and the vibe in the city were amazing. I can already picture myself riding a bike all over town 🚲
PS. The house in the first picture was full of cheeeeese 🧀🧀