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The Ultimate Guide to Apartment Renting in Amsterdam …

Details: Hopefully, this helps fellow expats find a room or an apartment to rent in Amsterdam! I include tips for finding an apartment in Amsterdam, rental housing information that you need to know, a free download to keep track of applications, the best neighborhoods to look in, …

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Renting an apartment in the Netherlands: Your insider

Details: It varies a lot from region to region how much it costs to rent a flat in the Netherlands. Amsterdam has the highest rents in the Netherlands while you’ll find more affordable rents further south and east (Zeeland, Brabant, Limburg, Overjissel and Gelderland).. I’ve only lived in Holland, but a one (or more) bedroom apartment should range between 750-1400 euros monthly, excluding utilities.

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Should you write your flight number on car rental and

Details: The rental car clerk told me that because my husband forgot to write down the flight number, they would not make an effort to stay open beyond standard business hours. I was told that some major companies will track the flights of their consumers …

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An expat guide to living in the Hague & the cost of living

Details: Is it difficult to find rental homes / apartments that allow pets? I was considering offering an extra deposit to ease the concerns of the property owners. Is the Hauge as dog friendly as most of Europe? Reply. k. May 20, 2019 at 1:33 am. Hi Gregg, Best of luck with the move! You’ll have a bit difficulty finding places with a dog just because

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10 things to know before visiting Nova Scotia and Cape

Details: Many of the large rental companies offer large discounts by reserving early. We were able to find some coupons as the companies are competitive with rates. Consider having a good base for a few days. Research which sites interest you ahead. (For inspiration, you can see our itinerary!). Driving from the Western shore to the Eastern shore is a

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30+ Things To Know Before You Move To The Netherlands

Details: It can be a bit of a shock when you see your first Dutch rental. I remember my first viewing and the real estate agent told me how it was so nice of them to paint the walls and install the floors. I was just stumbling around for words while asking where the rest of the kitchen was.

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Your guide to the North Fork without a car with the best

Details: Renting bikes for the day costs $25 for a regular bike and $50 for a tandem. bike One operator, North Fork Bike Rental, drops and picks up the bike for you although we warn that the police enforce drinking laws even if you’re operating a bike. From Greenpoint, it’s only ten miles to the heart of the North Fork wineries.

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Your guide to Buffalo by a former resident with the best

Details: Many people don’t realize that architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed several houses in the Buffalo area, including the Darwin D. Martin House . The most famous of Wright’s work is the Martin House, which was built in 1905. This house was built in the Prairie School style and it’s considered among his best buildings.

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The Ultimate Guide to Niagara Falls by a resident

Details: Take a day trip from Niagara Falls to visit the adorable town of Niagara-on-the-Lake for the summer Shakespeare festival and its famous ice wine. You can taste ice wine (bring a designated driver!) in Canada’s wine capital. Ice wine is made by allowing the grapes to freeze on the vines, which makes the wine extra sweet–and very alcoholic.

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20 Tips for taking a road trip in the USA for the first

Details: Car rental tips, rules, and regulations could fill a whole blog post. Some rental companies require customers to be 25 or older. Other companies, including Alamo and Enterprise, rent cars to drivers 21+, but additional surcharges and requirements may apply.

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Everything you need to know about traveling without a car

Details: It’s generally cheaper to return your rental to the same location. I calculated the cost for a friend planning an East Coast trip and it was cheaper to just take buses one-way between cities without backtracking (as they would with a car). For their itinerary, it made more sense and it was cheaper to rent a car for short durations (1-5 days

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Off the beaten path things to do in Utrecht with insider

Details: With this, you pay about 4 euros for a bike rental, however this is not possible if you’re a tourist in Utrecht. To rent a bike in Utrecht as a tourist, I recommend looking into William Street Bike, which comes recommended. It’s typically cheaper in the Netherlands to get a bike with a pedal break although many people aren’t comfortable

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How to see the tulip fields near Amsterdam for free by a local

Details: I used EasyFiets in Leiden for my rental. It was 7.50 euros for the day with a 50 euro deposit for all three bikes after the guy decided we weren’t likely to steal the bikes. It was 7.50 euros for the day with a 50 euro deposit for all three bikes after the guy decided we weren’t likely to steal the bikes.

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Your perfect 5-day road trip itinerary in coastal New

Details: Rental cars can be driven into Canada providing the rental companies are notified in advance. Be sure to make advance arrangements. READ MORE Best brunch in NYC: Your insider guide to 8 great brunch places in lower Manhattan. I drove up from Maine. The drive was pleasant. Compared to the United States gasoline prices, Canadian gasoline price

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Where to stay in the Hague by a local: the best areas

Details: Boutique Hotel Corona. Boutique Hotel Corona is a 5* boutique hotel in the center of the Hague that is built within three 17th century buildings right across from the Binnenhof. For easy access to the city center on foot or by tram, Hotel Corona offers unparalleled access to the Hague’s city center as well as stunning views of the Binnenhof

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Rhine Valley On a Budget

Details: You’ll have the most flexibility with a rental car (which was the cheapest way when I checked), however you can also take the direct train (from Brussels/Amsterdam) to Cologne before catching a connection to Koblenz (short train ride). From there, you can catch the train down to Oberwesel or any number of cities along the Rhine.

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St. Gilgen: A beautiful town in Austria

Details: On my recent trip to Austria, I wanted to go somewhere different without the crowds of Hallstatt. After reading about the charm of St. Gilgen, a small town outside of Salzburg, we drove a scenic route to reach Sankt Gilgen, which certainly delivered on its promises of charm.Keep reading for things to do in St. Gilgen and where to stay in Sankt Gilgen.

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The Best Neighborhoods in Amsterdam to Stay In, Eat In

Details: That’s a great idea. I don’t’ think I could do it due to my rental, however I’ve increasingly really enjoyed Bed and Breakfasts as a place to stay. I love the care that the owners put into their guesthouse and fresh-made goodies. Reply. Isobel Lee. January 22, 2017 at 3:57 pm.

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Four days in Normandy road trip: The perfect Normandy

Details: Originally, I was considering a rental and then driving the entire route, but my initial research is indicating that there are sizeable fees for renting/returning vehicles in different countries. Do you know if this is the case? Any suggestions on the leg of the trip from Amsterdam to Normandy? We’d prefer a way that keeps us close to the

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How to set up your mobile phone plan in the Netherlands

Details: A phone plan in the Netherlands should cost between 8 euros monthly (no data; unlimited calling) to 20 euros (3-10 gigabytes of data; unlimited calling) to 25-40 euros monthly (unlimited data). For a more minimal phone plan, you should expect to pay under twenty euros easily, but it depends on how many calls you make and how much data you use.

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General Travel Tips Archives

Details: Should you write your flight number on car rental and hotel bookings? January 15, 2019 by Karen Leave a Comment. This summer was full of surprises and this included spending about a month in Austria. Whenever you’re booking a rental car or booking a hotel (near the airport), you have the possibility of writing down your flight number and I

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Your Detroit travel guide: What to do in Detroit on a

Details: You’re best off having a rental car or taking Ubers/Lyfts to get in between neighborhoods as Detroit is a large city with neighborhoods that are far enough apart that you won’t want to walk. During the summer, you can also rent bikes at the various bike MoGo locations.

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Expat Life Archives

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20 tips on how to survive biking in Amsterdam by a resident

Details: These rental bikes are big, red, flashy, and in great condition. The downside? They scream tourist. This bothered me immensely on my first trip to Amsterdam, but I actually think that it’s a helpful signal as the bright red rentals signal to anyone who sees your bike to be careful around you as you’re probably newer to biking. If

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17 things to know before celebrating King's Day in

Details: Don’t bother bringing your bike. Bike parking/biking in the center on King’s Day is an impossible task. It’s definitely possible on the outskirts, but I recommend taking the train or bus into Amsterdam Centraal and walking from there. Expect the trains to be packed. People from all over the world AND the Netherland flock to Amsterdam for King’s Day.

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Netherlands Expat Archives

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Road Tripping Israeli Style: A complete Israel road trip

Details: Can you please also share the car rental company you used and what was the total clost of your car rental. Thanks in advance!! Reply. Karen. November 9, 2018 at 10:52 am. We paid $12.50 per day via Budget in Tel Aviv (Airport). That was more than a year ago, so hope you get a similar rate!

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Tourist Guide to Amsterdam: What you need to know by a local

Details: If you get in a bike accident, exchange information with the person you hit/hit you and their insurance/rental agency will get in touch. If you rent a bike, lock it up properly. Use the wheel lock and be sure to lock the frame to solid object. The bike thieves are ruthless, but usually avoid tourist bikes.

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How to visit France on a budget: 13 cost-cutting tips for

Details: Don’t be afraid to take the earlier train! For those on a tighter budget willing to take a long bus journey, France has a strong network of intercity buses. Check Ouibus as well as Flixbus for good deals on the French buses. The RER is Paris’ regional line …

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How to use your smartphone in Europe without incurring

Details: Honestly, I would not recommend the train in this case given the location. It will end up being probably faster and cheaper to rent a car for the day from the Hague. Just make sure that you can drop it off late as some car rental places close early on Sunday (some allow for self-service), otherwise you might need to book it overnight.

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The Cost of Living in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Details: It varies. For household utilities (not inclusive), it was about 150 euros per month split by two people. I was a bit nervous about taking care of my own utilities with the level of Dutch that I had when we first moved to the Netherlands, however you’ll save a lot per month if you pay for your own utilities compared to many furnished apartments where utilities are included for about 300

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Paris sucks: The truth about being a Paris expat & living

Details: Paris sucks: The truth about being a Paris expat & living in Paris. “Paris is always a good idea,” declared Audrey Hepburn. I thought that moving to Paris was a great idea until we were living in Paris. If you’re coming here because you love Paris, you will probably love Paris (most of the time).

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Secret Montmartre: a free self-guided Montmartre walking tour

Details: Planning to visiting the 18th arrondissement in Paris? Read your complete self-guided Montmartre 4km walking tour with a map, including secret places in Montmartre and the history of Montmartre. Includes a free printable PDF of the best places to visit in Montmartre, one of the most charming arrondissement in Paris.

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The Ultimate 10 Day Itinerary for Iceland Winter Road Trip

Details: After, get your rental car and drive to Reykjavik to do some sightseeing there and spend the night. It might be worthwhile to plan to explore Reykjavik more thoroughly after you’ve ended your road trip when you’re tired and ready for the comforts of a city. Check hotel and prices in Reykjavik now!

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How to prevent & kill bed bugs & sand fleas while traveling

Details: The freezer does NOT kill bed bugs. Isolation for 100-300 days can work, but the fastest effective way is HEAT. Isolate your infected items in a SEALED bags until you can wash them at 45 degrees C / 118 degrees Fahrenheit for about 30 minutes to kill adult bed bugs. Per Dr. Miller, a researcher on bed bugs, a loose filled dryer on HIGH can kill

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Travel Tips for a Road Trip in Iceland In Winter

Details: Rental car companies in Iceland include a GPS tracker….and they will check the bottom for gravel damage, so you will not get away with it. For the Icelandic highlands, you need to take a tour with a Superjeep.Although you can generally drive in the highlands in …

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What to do in Amsterdam Noord, Amsterdam's coolest borough

Details: The EYE museum is one of the best free attractions in Amsterdam. This stunning architectural piece has fantastic views across the water, perfect for a nice day. Inside, you can learn about movie history or even see a movie on a bad day. They often show indies in addition to blockbusters (English with Dutch subtitles).

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Toronto on a Budget In Summer by a Torontonian

Details: Budget tips: To keep this bike rental on budget, you need to get a little bit creative. (More info about the bike share programme). The day pass includes unlimited 30 minutes rides, but after the first 30 minutes, it will cost you per 30 minutes. To avoid paying the extra fees, find a bike stand every half hour and exchange your bike, which

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Insider Tips for NYC on a Budget by a New Yorker

Details: The finger lakes are really lovely to stop off in. I can’t recommend a car rental. Apologies. I have a few blog posts about Buffalo/Niagara Falls. Best, Karen. Reply. Patty. July 13, 2018 at 10:29 pm. Gee so many good tips! Once a New Yorker I am going back end of August after 30 years.. my daughter of 23 will be with me and I made bookings

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The Unisphere: The story behind the most famous attraction

Details: The Unisphere is a stainless steel sculpture of the Earth, which was built for the 1964 World’s Fair in New York. This was one of the big draws of the fair, which is where the Brussels waffle was invented. The sphere is 140 feet high and 120 feet wide. It was meant to remind viewers that global relationships are key.

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Moving Abroad Archives

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Secret Jordaan: a self-guided walking tour of the Jordaan

Details: One of my favorite neighborhoods in Amsterdam is the Jordaan. If you’re looking to escape some of the crowds of center and experience some of the charm of Amsterdam, you can follow this self-guided walking guide to the Jordaan, one of Amsterdam’s most charming neighborhoods, to see a few secrets of de Jordaan that you might not see otherwise.

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Jordan & Petra from Israel

Details: You cannot drive a rental car across the border and the mark-up for taxis from the Araba border to Aqaba is quite high. There are public buses within Jordan and I heard very good things about. However, we did not have that much time and with the visa changes, we wanted help with transportation and organizing the visa/border crossing.

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25 Dutch foods that you must try in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Details: Bitterballen is a classic food that you’ll find at most bars around the Netherlands. Made with beef or veal, bitterballen are typically served with mustard. Just be careful when biting into a bitterballen as they’re often very hot inside and you might burn your tongue if you don’t take a small nibble enough to let the steam out first. You can find them at most Dutch bars that serve

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Karen, Author at Wanderlustingk

Details: This summer was full of surprises and this included spending about a month in Austria. Whenever you’re booking a rental car or booking a hotel (near the airport), you have the possibility of writing down your flight number and I’ve always skipped over it thinking that it wasn’t important….

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Your perfect itinerary for a weekend in Luxembourg road trip

Details: Starting off your weekend in Luxembourg: Day 1. Luxembourg has a small airport that you can utilize, however it’s also quite close to Trier and Metz. I got here by driving a rental car from the Netherlands via Germany. The total time for our trip starting in the Hague was five days with stopping in Mosel Valley, Monschau, Aachen, and

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