Hook of Holland

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a cape on the southwestern coast of the Netherlands near Rotterdam

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Without much preparation, Hunt set off from the Hook of Holland and walked through Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria, ending in Turkey.
"As a result, our passengers disembarked on Sunday and were then transported to the Hook of Holland to travel back to Harwich via another ferry service.
'I got to the Hook of Holland and I gave the captain of a tomato ship my ring so he'd take me to England.
l Return ferry crossings from Harwich to the Hook of Holland.
In the famous Modern Architecture exhibition at MoMA in 1932, he and Henry-Russell Hitchcock placed Oud's radical housing precincts at the Hook of Holland and Kiefhoek, and his terrace of five minimal dwellings at the Stuttgart Weissenhofsiedlung, side-by-side with works by Mies, Gropius and Le Corbusier.
Polish lorry driver Tomasz Cierniak, 32, was stopped by Border Force officers after his vehicle arrived at Harwich International Port on a ferry from the Hook of Holland.
The ferry route between Harwich and the Hook of Holland is regularly used by illegal immigrants coming to the UK.
The journey took them from Trawsfynydd to Hook of Holland, Vlissingen in the Netherlands and on to Langermark.
Following an overnight ferry to Hook of Holland, they then rode to Ajax's Amsterdam Arena.
After an overnight stay she will be transported by ferry from the Hook of Holland to Harwich where her new family will collect her.
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And rather than seeing the colourful sights of Amsterdam, weather-weary passengers were instead put on buses and driven 50 miles south to the Hook of Holland port.
Similar works, all by artist Frank Meisler, himself one of the refugees, have been put up at railway stations in Gdansk and Berlin, and at Hook of Holland, where the children crossed the Channel to Britain.
For the first time since changing its Harwich to Hook of Holland operations to a twice-daily service in 2007, the ferry giant carried over half a million passengers in a year.