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This is the official page about foreign driving licenses in The Netherlands: http://www.rijksoverheid.nl/onderwerpen/rijbewijs/vraag-en-antwoord/mag-ik-met-mijn-buitenlandse-rijbewijs-in-nederland-aan-het-verkeer-deelnemen.html What it boils down to is this, you need a valid driving license from a EU country (and a few more) to drive a motor vehicle. The ...


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You can drive in Holland with a Dutch car, rental or borrowed as a foreign person. This unless you have valid drivers-license, The CAR is insured and it had his annual safety-check (APK). Just make sure you have an international driverslicense to get no problems or questions. I think it's even neccesary. A Dutch person is not allowed to drive a ...


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Give-away shops ("weggeefwinkels") are quite different from what you're describing but they might suit your needs very well. Here is a list. This article has extensive information about sharing stuff in the Netherlands. It's in Dutch but translates well through Google Translate.


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If it's Tuesday, this must be Belgium. To each their own, but I think you're trying to do too much in too little time. You have 4 x 24 = 96 hours. If you manage to drive non-stop, that's at least 15-16 hours (I checked Google maps, but that's assuming you won't get stuck in traffic. You'll also have to sleep, eat, find a spot, set up the tent, and put ...


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Alternatively, you could go to Groningen, in the north of The Netherlands. The past couple of matches have been shown on large screens on the market square ("Grote Markt"). The semi-final against Argentina will be shown there as well, so there's a good chance the final will be shown as well. Here's a YouTube video of the penalty in the match against ...


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As of now it is not yet officially confirmed. Thus far mayor of Amsterdam has not allowed quarter-finals nor semi-finals, as matches with Dutch participation start at 22:00 (10pm) and can end as late as 01:00 (1am), which is too late according to Amsterdam's bureaucrats. So one thing for sure, you will not be able to watch the semi-final on the big screen ...


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Details are yet to be confirmed but the main location would be the Museumplein, south of the centre. See 1 and 2 If public viewing is allowed here or elsewhere, the municipality requires that access must be free of charge and sufficient water should be available for free.


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IDbus, Sofia Bus and Megabus all have a bus line between Amsterdam and Brussels. If you want to find the schedule with the cheapest price, check out Busbud Amsterdam Brussels route. Best deals start at 15€ from what I read.


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I can't recommend the buses to anyone. They often get stuck in traffic, making it a tedious journey. I personally find hitchhiking more pleasant. But, if you make this journey regularly there are two good ways to spend much less on the train: use the Belgian Rail Pass. This gives you 10 rides in Belgium for one year. You can use one Pass with several ...



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