Europe Maastricht to Amsterdam - anywhere to stop in between?

Discussion in 'Europe' started by atomeyes, Jan 28, 2013.

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  1. atomeyes

    atomeyes Disciple (381) Jul 13, 2011 Ontario (Canada)
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    hey,
    i have a day and night to kill between my stay in Maastricht and Amsterdam. I'm heading to Belgium later in my trip. Wondering if there's anywhere in Netherlands or Germany that is worth making a stop at (beerwise or not)?
     
  2. Brabander

    Brabander Initiate (0) Oct 10, 2009 Netherlands

    I would go to Tilburg by train and the to the abbey of Koningshoeven, La Trappe!

    Thijs
     
  3. doopiedoopiedoo

    doopiedoopiedoo Initiate (0) Oct 2, 2010 Netherlands

    De Molen, in Bodegraven.
    Great food, great beer!
     
  4. atomeyes

    atomeyes Disciple (381) Jul 13, 2011 Ontario (Canada)
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    anything to do there during the day, other than De Molen? :slight_smile:
     
  5. atomeyes

    atomeyes Disciple (381) Jul 13, 2011 Ontario (Canada)
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    and I've booked my ticket and will be in Belgium for around 2 weeks. fun fun!
    will visit the Vleterens on Saturday and go to this festival on Sunday.
     
  6. patto1ro

    patto1ro Defender (617) Apr 26, 2004 Netherlands
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    Utrecht is a pretty decent beer town.
     
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