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It sounds like you're looking for raclette: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raclette The dish originates from the Swiss canton of Valais, not far from Geneva, which means the dish is quite common there. For the locals it's a winter dish, but there are quite a few (somewhat touristy) restaurants that serve it all year round, like this: http://www....


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When I took the Thalys just to Belgium it did cost me the same as when I took that train to Paris, or more as I did not managed to get the lowest price for the tickets. From that point of view, you will pay an extra leg of travel, likely for the Belgium to Paris leg it is easier to find cheap tickets as there are more trains. But all depends on when you buy ...


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A good way for those that really want to see the dike is to take the bus and get off at the monument stop to catch the next service an hour later (till 8 PM now, check when you plan your journey.) Alternatively, travel to either end and walk onto the dike. You could rent a bicycle to ride onto the dike for a short distance, (see below)ยน. The bike lane is ...


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I've found an extra way to reach this exactly address. The Courtyard (hotel) Shuttle can be booked even if I'm not sleeping there, the cost is 5.50EUR and it's from Schipol Airport directly to Courtyard Hotel that is almost inside the Papa's Beach House (IJweg 961, 2131 LV Hoofddorp)


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Bus line 300 will take you there. One-way fare is E2.40 but you'll need an "OV Chipkaart" for each member of your group (normal cards are E7.50, there are disposable cards that may be cheaper but I haven't found their price online. Or you can buy a one-day card for E7.50.


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Finding a place to park isn't very hard, due to the prices of parking - this greatly discourages bringing your car into Amsterdam city centre. The standard solution is to park at one of the "P+R" parking garages at the edge of town and take public transport from there. This is far cheaper. (Can be as low as EUR 1/day!) It might not be obvious to foreigners, ...


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Having cycled in the general area and having used buses, I would use the evening to walk to the nearest fields and enjoy the view, combined with seeing the planes land and/or take off. And looking on google maps, you will be close to fields, likely just a few minutes walking to the nearest ones. There are buses in the area, you could take one for a few ...



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