Hotel 'T Koningsbed

Address: Prinsenlaan 80, Groenekan, Utrecht, 3737, Netherlands | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Groenekan

Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 26, 2014

3 comments, 6 photos

... not Rembrandt. The interior roof is the largest in all Europe and is all German oak, lovely. There are four organs but the main one is huge, and currently being restored. Walked to Dam Square where the National Monument (memorial to the WWII dead), the New church and Palace are. New Church was closed as they are setting up an exhibition there. Palace was originally built as a Town Hall but became a palace when Napoleon's brother was make King of Holland in ...

Monday 25th August

A travel blog entry by kimmcauley on Aug 25, 2014

... Amsterdam cycle everywhere. It is so great. You actually have to be careful that you don't get hit by a bicycle because there are that many bikes. After my run I had a shower at the hostel and re-packed my bags so I could check out. I spend the morning in Amsterdam just wandering the streets, taking photos and going into a few shops. The shops are amazing in Amsterdam and there are so many nice shops. I wish I could have brought stuff, but I'm pretty sure ...

Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by drjspudnz on Aug 03, 2014

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Up at 6:30 am for the flight down and across to Amsterdam. Nothing to report on here really, arrived Amsterdam, got our rental which is a Mercedes, has so many gadgets it should drive its self!!! Off the hotel, nicest one so far, then by the time we got sorted it was 3pm and into town for a look. Thanks to the help from the very polite GPS lady we drive right into town ...

Off to Brugge

A travel blog entry by webformation on Jun 25, 2014

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... heard the sirens approaching we departed the scene. There was chaos in the side street as approaching emergency vehicles arrived at speed just when vintage cars were being unloaded for a car rally. We took the long road home, organised our train journey for the following day, chatted to Marietta about immigration and religion had a bread and cheese meal before Diane our guide for the following day arrived with some berries. We slept well but wondered about the guy in the ...

Monsoon season in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by alanna21 on May 27, 2014

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... On my walk back to where I am staying I started to see the impact of the downpours from the day, the sidewalks had about an inch of water on them everywhere and there were massive puddles that had formed. Sadly I believe this will be the weather tomorrow but I have my rain jacket, which has begun to show to me how much it sucks, my sweet umbrella and last but not least a rain poncho, which I've been told by many that I can really pull off that look so I'm not worried at all.

Alanna
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