Sanne Klein

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Netherlands
Groningen
Leeuwarden
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Tromsø

Sanne Klein

Current city:
Leeuwarden
City of birth:
Groningen
Host university:
UIT
Home university:
STENDEN

Sanne activity

  • Blog

    Van der Valk, Industrial Orientation Report

    For my education, International Hospitality Management, I have written a Industrial Orientation Report about Van der Valk Sneek. Below the assignment is shown, figures etc can be found in the pictures. Executive summary This Industrial Orientation Report is based on 40...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog Sneek, 3 years ago
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    Research restaurants Leeuwarden

    For a school assignment of Stenden, me and a group of students have completed this research of different restaurants in Leeuwarden.  Restaurant Staff Quality Dimensions in the Restaurant Service Industry in Leeuwarden Abstract The mail goal of this research is to...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog Leeuwarden, 3 years ago
  • Place

    De Lachende Koe

    De Lachende Koe is an a la carte restaurant. They are totally not expensive, so the perfect place for students. They have special offers when you order a two or three course meal, namely, that you get your drinks included, from wine and beer to sodas. What more do you...

    by Sanne in Where to eat Leeuwarden, 3 years ago
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    La Cubanita

    Another one of my favorite places in town. A Spanish tapas restaurant. You can order your tapas in rounds. I love going here with my friends. They have amazing food and their cocktails are great too. Once in a while they have an arrangement, for which you pay around 5...

    by Sanne in Where to eat Leeuwarden, 3 years ago
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    Fruitbar Sis

    My second favorite hang out spot in town. I often go here to drink a nice, freshly made smootie. The atmosphere in the smoothiebar is really cute and cozy. The cafe is not big, however, it serves some of the best organic home made smooties I have ever tasted, and some...

    by Sanne in Where to eat Leeuwarden, 3 years ago
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    Fire Cafe

    By far my favorite cafe in Leeuwarden. A really cozy cafe located near Kelder 65, and the waterfront. You can sit inside and outside. Outside they have a really cozy space, with cushions, heaters and couches, great to catch up with friends, before hitting the city or...

    by Sanne in Cafe, cocktail, beer Leeuwarden, 3 years ago
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    Douwe Egberts

    A cozy coffeebar in the middle of the city with views over the famous skyline of Leeuwarden, with the Achmeatorens. You can enjoy your specialbrewed coffees and teas inside or outside. They have all kinds of specialties, my favorites are the Lazy Noon (coffee with a...

    by Sanne in Cafe, cocktail, beer Leeuwarden, 3 years ago
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    Prinsentuin

    My favorite park in Leeuwarden, the Prinsentuin. A very popular park located next to the city centre. You can chill in the park, eat something in the restaurant, hire a boat and tour around the city, feed the ducks or just bath in the sun. It is truly beautiful with all...

    by Sanne in What to do Leeuwarden, 3 years ago
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    Achmeatoren and Averotoren

    Averotoren An office building in Leeuwarden, it was built in 1991. Now you will think, why is there an office building in the list of important buildings from Leeuwarden. There is a great reason for that, because it is one of the main markers of the city. It is a 77...

    by Sanne in What to see Leeuwarden, 3 years ago
  • Place

    Oldenhove

    A cricket tower in the city centre. The question still raises, how is this building still standing? The base is straight, however later it starts to get cricket. This is all because of how it was build. They started straight, and everything went well, until the ground...

    by Sanne in What to see Leeuwarden, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Working out

    There are different ways to practice sports in Leeuwarden. You can go to the gyms like Basic fit, Fit for Free, or My Healthclub, but there are more ways to work out.  Student Sport Next to the NHL Stenden campus, there is a special student gym placed, with special...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog Leeuwarden, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Leeuwarden's nightlife (18+)

    For the people that have turnt 18, the Netherlands is great, since the entry age to all clubs is mostly 18+, at least in Leeuwarden they are. I will describe my favorite bars and clubs below. Bars (Doelesteeg) Next to the nightclubs of Leeuwarden, a special street is...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog Leeuwarden, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Hotspots in town

    Leeuwarden has a booming hospitality business, there a loads of cute and cozy cafes, restaurants and hotels to stay. I will name my favorite hotspots and secret places below.  Cafes  DE coffeebar A cozy coffeebar in the middle of the city with views over the famous...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog Leeuwarden, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Leeuwarden, the city

    Leeuwarden is the capital of Friesland, it is situated in the north of the Netherlands. It has around 100.000 inhabitants. From which more than half is a student, so it is a great city for socializing with students. Leeuwarden is the biggest city of the eleven Frisian...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog Leeuwarden, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Stenden University Leeuwarden

    I love this school, it feels like my home. It has recently been renovated and it looks awesome. Since 1 January, 2018, it goes by the name NHL Stenden University. The building It is a great building, which has room for a lot of different studies, from Media and...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog STENDEN, 3 years ago
  • Place

    Lista Beach

    Who doenst want to go to the beach in the summer? Feeling the wind blowing on your skin, smelling the ocean, spotting ocean life, walking along sanddunes, and picking some shells. This is all possible at Lista Beach near Farsund. However, there is another special...

    by Sanne in What to do Farsund, 3 years ago
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    Farsund Resort

    Wauw, a breathtaking holiday resort by itself, and the location. Unreal! It is so quite around the park, and the park itself is so luxury and cute. It has the feeling of a little harbour town to it, with harbour houses, that are beautiful from the outside and the...

    by Sanne in What to do Farsund, 3 years ago
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    Hirtshals beach and harbour

    Hirtshals, a place in the total top of Denmark, at the north of Nord Jutland. From here you can take the boat to Kristiansand and other locations in Norway. A great way to explore the sea, but not too long. Hirtshals has a beautiful harbour, with all kinds of shops...

    by Sanne in What to see Hirtshals, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Hirtshals, Denmark

    The last destination. The day we left Hemsedal, we traveled by car to Langesund, to take the ferry back to Denmark. We stayed at a small hostel near Hirtshals which was located next to the sea. What a great last night to end the roadtrip with. The beach and the sky were...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog Hirtshals, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Hemsedal

    The holiday park The last destination already, Hemsedal. Another wintersport area, which we visited in the summer. However, there was more to do than around Myrkdalen. The holiday park was pretty great, views over the fjords, views over the wintersport area, and...

    0 by Sanne in General, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Myrkdalen

    The road to Myrkdalen Myrkdalen, another wintersport area in south Norway. The road from Hovden to Myrkdalen was again amazing, we visited different fruit planting areas, with some of the best fruits I have ever tasted, from deep purple cherries, to bright red...

    0 by Sanne in General, 3 years ago
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    Hovden

    The journey to Hovden Hovden, a city known for skiing in the winter. Several ski centra are present. The road to Hovden was marvelous. At one point we made a stop to walk the dog, we followed a marked trail, which again let us to great viewpoints, those hikes are the...

    0 by Sanne in General, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Farsund

    The journey to Farsund The fist official destination in Norway. After traveling through Germany, Denmark and taking the boat to Kristiansand in Norway, we finally arrived at Farsund after 1.5 day of traveling. It felt weird being back in Denmark again, seeing the...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus blog Farsund, 3 years ago
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    Trolls!

    Trolls are a part of the Norwegian culture, it surprised me how many statues are situated around Norway and how many souvenirs feature the little creature. It all comes from the Norwegian mythology, and several tales are listed around the trolls. Trolls usually live in...

    0 by Sanne in General, 3 years ago
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    When planning/going backpacking (TIPS!)

    When planning on going backpacking somewhere, alone or with a friend, you need to plan a lot. Usually it is not smart to just let things happen as they are, you need to plan it carefully, also to know how much money it will probably or estimated cost. Below I will...

    0 by Sanne in Erasmus tips, 3 years ago

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