Photo Friday: Hennie and Jan

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By Hennie van den Hengel • May 15, 2015

This week's Photo Friday features photos taken by Tripsite's own Hennie and her husband Jan from their latest trip to Holland on our 5 Day Tulip Tour!


Looking out over the waters at the windmills near Zaanse Schans, an outdoor museum and shopping center.


Zaanse Schans


Tulips are in full bloom everywhere you look!


A beautiful traditional Dutch windmill.


Jan posing for a picture with a friendly highland cow in Kennemer Dunes National Park.


The shopping center at Zaanse Schans.


Waiting for a ferry!


Taking a break from traditional Dutch food to indulge in some Chinese food from a favorite local spot.


Hennie in deep conversation with tour guide Sietse.


Courtyard in Haarlem.


Haarlem offers a look at some of the most beautiful architecture in the world.


Hennie poses for a picture next to the Hans Brinker, The Hero of Haarlem.

To learn more about this bike and barge tour and see more pictures, please visit the 5 Day Tulip Tour page.

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