Netherlands Travel Newswire (Page 9)

Netherlands Travel Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Netflix Drives To 'Where The Road Runs Out'; FilmBuff...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2016 | Deadline

    The first film ever to shoot in Equatorial Guinea will stream for audiences in the English-speaking world, as Netflix has announced acquisition of the drama Where The Road Runs Out . The streaming service is planning an early 2017 release for subscribers in the U.S., Canada, The UK, Australia, New Zealand, and English speaking African countries.

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  2. At the Friday market in Alkmaar, carriers useRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2016 | Newsday

    At the Friday market in Alkmaar, carriers use a ?cheese-barrow? to bring wheels to and from the Weigh House, just as they have for centuries. Photo Credit: Rick Steves Europe / Cameron Hewitt When I'm traveling, I become a cultural chameleon.

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  3. Alphatron Offers Discount to Green Award ShipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2016 | Marine News

    From left of right: Jan Fransen - Executive Director Green Award, Luuk Vroombout - CEO Alphatron Marine Group, Dimitrios Mattheou - Chairman Green Award and Takayoshi Tsuchida - President Japan Radio Co Ltd Following a cooperation sealed between Alphatron Marine and Green Award Foundation at Posidonia in Athens, Greece, Alphatron Marine will reward Green Award certified ships with a discount of 10 percent that applies to a range of products and services for both seagoing and inland navigation ships. Green Award certificate implies that a ship's performance is of such high standards of safety and quality that the ship qualifies for the Green Award requirements.

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  4. Will KLM pilots strike alongside their Air France colleagues?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2016 | The Independent

    Q I see that Air France pilots are planning a strike from 11-14 June. Will KLM still operate flights as normal? A It's a good question, because Air France is the owner of the Dutch airline, KLM.

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  5. Callan Solem Is Handling The Unexpected On Her Road To The OlympicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 7, 2016 | Chronicle of the Horse

    The Rome Nations Cup was a learning experience in spades for Callan Solem and VDL Wizard. Photo by Bob Langrish Callan Solem and VDL Wizard completed their first observation event at the Rome CSIO last week, where Solem jumped to 8 faults in Round 1 of the Nations Cup and 4 in Round 2. The U.S. team finished in a tie for second overall.

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  6. Swiss Launch Record-Breaking TunnelRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2016 | PaintSquare

    The world's longest, deepest tunnel opened last week in Switzerland with much fanfare celebrating completion of the mega project's 17-year construction timeline. At 35 miles long and about 7,545 feet deep, the twin-bore Gotthard Base Tunnel connects northern and southern Europe via high-speed rail travelling a flat route under the Swiss Alps.

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  7. 18 Places Every Woman Should Visit -- By HerselfRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2016 | Switched

    Doing things alone can be immensely therapeutic: A solo meal can help you really appreciate food; a solitary walk can be a rare opportunity to think; and traveling by yourself can be an incredible opportunity for self-discovery and personal growth. Solo trips are all the rage right now: A 2014 survey by Booking.com found that 72% of American women have traveled alone, for business or pleasure.

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  8. Stepping back into the 19th century: The incredible Italian castle...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2016 | Daily Mail

    From heading to the Med to avoiding the long-haul: The Crafty Traveller reveals how to dodge rip-off prices in the school holidays The bizarre attraction where love goes to die: Museum of Broken Relationships displays underwear, wedding dresses and letters belonging to jilted partners Why you should ALWAYS bolt your hotel door: Shocking footage shows guests unlocking three rooms with the same key card after a stranger surprised them in the middle of the night EasyJet passengers forced to spend the night in hotels after their flight from Liverpool to Amsterdam was delayed by 16 'disruptive' travellers The land that time forgot: From monster lizards to 'dinosaur' birds, Libby Purves goes on a Galapagos wildlife adventure that's out of this world My high-seas hell: A seafarer who dreamed about being swept off her feet by Captain Jack discovers that real pirates are a far cry from her ... (more)

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  9. Faster Internet: Surface plasmons could lead the wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2016 | UPI

    Researchers in the Netherlands are studying surface plasmons in search of a fiber-optic breakthrough to pave the way for faster Internet technologies. Most of the main drags that make up the Internet's information superhighway are fiber-optic cables.

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  10. Oral History of Online Travel: Booking.com Succeeds Despite Doing It 'Wrong'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2016 | Skift

    Booking.com rode the agency model, which is attractive for its lack of complexity in forging online travel agency-hotel relationships and consumer-friendliness, into the growth engine of a $68 billion business. They did so by ignoring the trendiness of the crowds and sticking to their own beliefs and vision.

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  11. Pablo Picasso's artistic holiday in HollandRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Dear Kitty

    He rarely went on vacation, but in 1905 he clearly needed it. The 23-year-old Pablo Picasso fled the heat and bustle of Paris .

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  12. World's longest train tunnel opens with eurostrange hooplaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | The Campbell Reporter

    More than 2,200 years after the commander from the ancient North African civilization of Carthage led his army of elephants and troops over Europe's highest mountain chain, the Swiss have completed another gargantuan task: Burrowing the world's longest railway tunnel under the Swiss Alps to improve European trade and travel. European dignitaries on Wednesday inaugurated the 35.4-mile Gotthard Railway Tunnel, a major engineering achievement deep under the Alps' snow-capped peaks.

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  13. Swiss inaugurate world's longest rail tunnelRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | The London Free Press

    Swiss Federal Councillor Didier Burkhalter, right, walks next to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern, from right to left, on the opening day of the Gotthard rail tunnel, at the fairground Rynaecht at the northern portal in Erstfeld, Switzerland, Wednesday, June 1, 2016. The construction of the 57 kilometer long tunnel began in 1999, the breakthrough was in 2010.

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  14. Visit Maastricht To Shop + Eat + See TemporamaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Decor8

    Would you like to travel with me? Today you can, we will shop + eat together! I just got back from Maastricht, one of the oldest cities in Holland known for its medieval-era architecture. I got to hit Temporama during opening weekend too, so I saw it before anyone else and it was great.

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  15. Switzerland opens world's longest tunnel - CNETRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | CNet News

    Seventeen years in the making, the Gotthard Base Tunnel will provide a faster link under the Alps between northern and southern Europe. Switzerland yesterday won another battle in its national obsession to conquer the Alps when it opened the 35-mile long Gotthard Base Tunnel.

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  16. Footballers help restore Iceland's national prideRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Reuters

    Iceland's team celebrate their victory over the Netherlands with their fans after their Euro 2016 qualifying soccer match in Amsterdam, the Netherlands September 3, 2015. Heimir Halgrimsson, one of the two coaches for the national Icelandic soccer team, poses for a picture in Reykjavik, Iceland, May 24, 2016.

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  17. Swiss open $12B tunnelRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | NWAonline

    European dignitaries on Wednesday officially opened the 35.4-mile Gotthard Railway Tunnel, a major engineering achievement deep beneath the Alps. It took 17 years to build at a cost of $12 billion -- but workers kept to a key Swiss tradition and brought the project in on time and on budget.

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  18. Switzerland inaugurates the world's longest railway tunnelRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | Stuff.co.nz

    A rail tunnel running deep beneath the Swiss Alps opens, hailed as an engineering marvel and a symbol of unity in an often divided European Union. More than 2200 years after the commander from the ancient North African civilization of Carthage led his army of elephants and troops over Europe's highest mountain chain, the Swiss have completed another gargantuan task: Burrowing the world's longest railway tunnel under the Swiss Alps to improve European trade and travel.

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  19. Germany's Chancellor Angela Merckel gestures as Italy'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | Journal and Courier

    The train leaves the Swiss Alps' station and soon enters total darkness. It picks up speed, reaching 125 miles an hour as it hurtles through the mountain at depths of up to 7,500 feet.

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  20. Swiss open world's longest and deepest rail tunnel after 17 years and A 8.3bnRead the original story

    Jun 1, 2016 | Scotsman.com

    The world's longest and deepest rail tunnel has officially opened in Switzerland, after almost two decades of construction work. Swiss engineers have built the 57km twin-bore base tunnel to provide a high-speed rail link under the Alps between northern and southern Europe to ease trade and tackle congestion.

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