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TravelPod Member ReviewsHello B&B Utrecht

Reviewed by travelhippie

Hello hostel

Reviewed Jan 4, 2014
by (6 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

Such a cute hostel wonderful lounge bar area and great staff! Didn't have any lockers but it was very clean and lovely!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hello B&B Utrecht

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Utrecht

Changing Gears

A travel blog entry by cyclingcities on Jul 01, 2015

... Here's a start though:

  • I absolutely had missed protected intersections and slowing up to intersections where bikes have the right of way.
  • But I had so quickly forgotten the overwhelming chaos. It's not so bad most of the day (when bike traffic volumes on most streets are pretty low) but at rush hour (like when we biked from the bike place to city hall), on new bikes, it's a little terrifying. Trial by fire tire?
  • I miss ...

In theory you shouldn't... But try?

A travel blog entry by ooffutt on Jun 30, 2015

... What does this say about me? I should get Holly to analyze this.

Sidebar--- What the hell Utrecht? Why is your city hall so weird looking? And also so dope? How is this municipal city hall so modern and chic? I felt like I was in a huge architecture firm, not a city government office. Still not sure how I feel about it.

SideSidebar-- Parking is way more of a pain in the ass in Utrecht than in Copenhagen.
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Outer country exploring

A travel blog entry by anlnewby on May 14, 2015

... to rent. As it was a public holiday the only place open was the information centre and even they closed at 5. Instead we ended up borrowing Marielle's sister's and flat mate's bikes. The only downside was that Lisa had to get a lift there on the back of Marielle's bike- another Dutch adventure! We biked through Utrecht city and the surrounding countryside for about 4 hours. It was really cool to see rural Holland and the biking was super ...

Train and Train

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on May 11, 2015

... Well two actually.

Firstly, find the key to my bike (spoiler alert: that didn't happen so i had to pay for a replacement key...dammit!)

Secondly, I needed to go and train.

At Codarts Circus Academy!

I was lucky enough the other day at the CicusStadt to meet someone who worked there and they said i could come and train there for a while, so i spent a few lovely hours training my balancing stuff and working out the new part of ...

Day 2 Netherlands and Amsterdam.

A travel blog entry by kathyhotz on Oct 02, 2014

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... shops are very noticeable and you won't get them mixed up. As you walk past you smell that distinct smell. The other famous sight is that of 'the ladies' peep shows,in the widows, hanging out the doorways with not much on. We ended the day with a trip to a genuine working windmill. We went to see clogs being made, all by hand, and tasted their cheese which they also make by hand. Of course mum had to try all 14 of them. Dinner of traditional Danish food and it was ...