Netherlands
OverviewWhere are you going? Where is it located?How do I get a visa?What kind of visa should I get?How much are round...
Where is Holland Located?
Where is Holland Located?
U.S. Military’s Area of  Responsibility (AOR)
Visa and Passport U.S. Citizens are not required to have a Visa,as long as they do not extend a stay of 90 dayswithin a 6...
Embassy & Consulate General The Royal Netherlands Embassy in Washington D.C.   4200 Linnean Avenue NW, Washington, DC, 2...
Airline TicketsDeparting 3/12/12 and Returning 3/26/12Delta Airlines----------------$804United Airlines--------------$80...
What does the state department say  about traveling to this country?The Netherlands is a highlydeveloped country and has ...
How and Why I should register my                   trip? To register, simply go tohttps://travelregistration.state.gov/ib...
3 Must See Destinations
Apeldoorn       My family dressed in       Dutch traditional dress
Amsterdam                        Vincent Van                           GoghRed Light District           Rembrandt         ...
KeukenhofFlowers Blooming                         Keukenhof Castle
Cultural Do’s                   &Don’ts            DO’s                          DON’T’S• Expect to eat Dutch food and   •...
Chief Environmental      Concerns                  Global Warming                                   •Air pollution        ...
In Conclusion..Where are you going? Where is it located?How do I get a visa?What kind of visa should I get?How much ar...
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  1. 1. Netherlands
  2. 2. OverviewWhere are you going? Where is it located?How do I get a visa?What kind of visa should I get?How much are roundtrip airline ticket?What are three (3) “must see” destinations there?What does the State Department say about travel to this country?How do I register my trip?Why should I register my trip?What are some cultural “dos & don’ts”?What are the chief environmental issues facing the country & region?
  3. 3. Where is Holland Located?
  4. 4. Where is Holland Located?
  5. 5. U.S. Military’s Area of Responsibility (AOR)
  6. 6. Visa and Passport U.S. Citizens are not required to have a Visa,as long as they do not extend a stay of 90 dayswithin a 6 month period A passport is required to travel out of thecountry to the Netherlands http://www.travel.state.gov/passport/forms/ds11_842.html
  7. 7. Embassy & Consulate General The Royal Netherlands Embassy in Washington D.C. 4200 Linnean Avenue NW, Washington, DC, 20008Consulate General of the United States, Amsterdam Museumplein 19, 1071 DJ AmsterdamEmbassy of the United States, The Hague Lange Voorhout 102, 2514 EJ The HagueNetherlands Honorary ConsulateChase Bank Building 5177 Richmond Avenue, Suite 725 Houston, TX 77056
  8. 8. Airline TicketsDeparting 3/12/12 and Returning 3/26/12Delta Airlines----------------$804United Airlines--------------$807LUFTHANSA------------------$821 OKC, Houston, Amsterdam
  9. 9. What does the state department say about traveling to this country?The Netherlands is a highlydeveloped country and has astable democracyReports of theft are mostcommon Airports and TrainsTerrorists threats are seenas “limited”Money embezzlement onlineBe aware of drinks andsubstances
  10. 10. How and Why I should register my trip? To register, simply go tohttps://travelregistration.state.gov/ibrs/ui/By registering your trip it will keep youup to date with important safety andsecurity announcements.It will also help your friends and familyget in touch with you in an emergency.Inform Consulate General
  11. 11. 3 Must See Destinations
  12. 12. Apeldoorn My family dressed in Dutch traditional dress
  13. 13. Amsterdam Vincent Van GoghRed Light District Rembrandt Bar, Hooka, Raves, Cannabis
  14. 14. KeukenhofFlowers Blooming Keukenhof Castle
  15. 15. Cultural Do’s &Don’ts DO’s DON’T’S• Expect to eat Dutch food and • Wear tennis show whenpay your own bill out walking•Leave a tip•Give gifts such as plants, •Walk on bike lanesflowers, chocolates, etc.(give flowers in odd numbers •Tap the center of yourexcept 13) forehand with you finger.•When given a gift, open it It is a sign for crazy.then•Shake hands and stand when •Don’t take pictures ofmeeting someone Red Light district at•Kiss three times on nightalternating cheek (L,R,L) toopposite sex •Don’t let your parking•Try to speak Dutch, but meter expiredon’t be afraid to speak
  16. 16. Chief Environmental Concerns Global Warming •Air pollution •Water pollution •Climate Change •Overpopulation Delta WorksSurface warming
  17. 17. In Conclusion..Where are you going? Where is it located?How do I get a visa?What kind of visa should I get?How much are roundtrip airline ticket?What are three (3) “must see” destinations there?How do I register my trip?Why should I register my trip?What does the State Department say about travel to this country?What are some cultural “dos & don’ts”?What are the chief environmental issues facing the country & region?
  18. 18. Questions?

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