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Address: Herenweg 32, Utrecht, Utrecht, 3513 CE, Netherlands | B&B
 
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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

Just jump in.

A travel blog entry by ooffutt on Jul 02, 2015

... out, Pat took the leap, and like dominos, we followed. Holly and I jumped off together and oh man what an incredible feeling.. I felt waves of incredible joy and nostalgia. The water was so warm. I felt like a kid myself floating through the water and feeling my hair drifting weightless around me. Place making: a bridge and warm, deep water... a nearby beach ...

Le Tour de France On our doorstep

A travel blog entry by nettie.steyn on Jul 02, 2015

15 photos

... I was amazed at all the fietcycles. There were bikes everywhere, it is pure common sense, because Utrecht has the largest bike park in the world.Utrecht was the Tour de France. All the busses are yellow, the trees are wrapped in yellow and some in polkadots. There are flags, banners, shop windows are dressed up with Tour de France bikes, shirts, shops and happiness. As they said on the news, each person here wears a smile!!!Our apartment is ...

Odense

A travel blog entry by patkelsey on Jul 01, 2015

... br> Another
favorite quote in response to learning about sharrows “You can keep that one”.
I hate sharrows, and this was so vindicating to hear. I’ve seen studies
conducted (in Cambridge, on my commuting corridor actually) that defend
sharrows by citing statistically significant increases in clearance distance, reductions
in speed, and reductions in accident rates. However those small changed in car driver
behavior ...

Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by stewartmartel on Sep 11, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... clothes (what is happening to me).

At the train station their is parking for 2,500 bicycles but there are 9,000 bicycles looking for a park. I'd say traffic is 90% bicycle, 5% car and 5% scooter.

Sandra has now headed off to London to join a tour of UK, Scotland and Ireland in order to pick up a wealthy land owner. As Steve and I get out way over to Berlin then down to Monte Negro.
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Last day in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by angrygaza on Aug 18, 2014

... later, even at the moment our legs are so sore. After training we walked back to the room for a shower and head out for dinner. (Total of 7km walking half of which with dead legs haha)

we had an amazing dinner near Dam square at a restaurant called Cao (I think from memory)... We had delicious pork belly and grilled veggies!! Plus to finish I was naughty and ordered a Cornflake sundae....I know that ...