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Holland Travel Tips
Holland Vacation Rentals
Have you ever wanted to visit Holland? To see the amazing Dutch architecture and eat the wonderful Dutch cuisine? For most of us, the plane ticket alone would be more than we could afford, but there is a way to see Holland without a plane trip over the ocean . . . or a passport.
Holland in Our Own Backyard
Holland, Michigan was settled in 1847 by Dutch Calvinist separatists, and that Dutch influence lives on today in many ways, including the Holland Museum, which shows the city's history. If you choose to visit Holland in May, there is an annual Tulip Time Festival, which began in 1930. But whatever you decide to do in this beautiful city, make sure you figure out the Holland lodging first. You wouldn't want to be stuck in a small hotel room—especially if you are going to take your whole family. One possible solution to the hotel room is Michigan lake houses. These gorgeous vacation rental properties have all the amenities that you find at home including a full-sized kitchen and multiple bedrooms—a must if you have kids who need to be separated for your own sanity.
Holland Can Also Make for a Great Romantic Getaway
Or, if you want to leave your kids behind, Holland would make for a fabulous romantic getaway for just you and your sweetheart. There are vacation homes available on VRBO.com in all shapes and styles. Instead of a large home with many bedrooms, look into a small home that is just big enough for the two of you. Cook a romantic dinner and eat by candlelight. Sit out on the deck watching the sunset as you sip wine. You can even get a bungalow with a hot tub. Whatever would make your romantic weekend perfect, you can find in a vacation home.