Hotel 'T Koningsbed

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

    Finishing off up North

    A travel blog entry by jbish95 on Aug 02, 2015

    11 photos

    ... hoping I don’t need it), 5 nail polishes and a bunch more.

    We later found out that from tomorrowland we had been carrying 85kg’s of luggage so getting rid of this was a huge relief.

    From there we chucked the remainder of our items in a locker and headed out for a walk around the canals. We bought a couple of salads in the supermarket and sat by one of the canals to eat them. From there we ran into the Amsterdam Gay ...

    Meandering

    A travel blog entry by samituret on Jul 08, 2015

    16 photos

    ... the guy do our laundry for us, and then we set out to find food at 2 PM in the afternoon. We stumbled across an authentic Italian place, and were looking at the menu. Then we spotted the words on a chalkboard "gluten free pasta" and it was a done deal. Jordan T and I split an eggplant dish and gluten free pasta carbonara, and it hit the spot. I also had rolls with a delicious homemade tasting garlic butter. After lunch, we picked up our laundry and went back to the ...

    What a day or Getting to country number nine.

    A travel blog entry by craftyannie on May 12, 2015

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    ... so we got to see the bells and all in action. When the song finished and the bell bell tolled the hour it was also very loud! We actually felt very fortunate to have gone poking around and taking night time pictures yesterday. When we got to the town square today workmen were busy putting up bleachers and seats and getting a rustic picture was much harder. The day after tomorrow is ascension day. These towns and churches often make big of holy relics they may ...

    Blue Sky Sunshine & White Sparkly Snow

    A travel blog entry by lebradlee on Jan 30, 2015

    35 photos

    ... reflected in his vast array of artwork. Sadly, Van Gogh shot himself as a result of his mental illness and his brother, Theo, whom he was extremely close with died shortly after. Although I don't consider myself an art lover, I felt very moved and inspired by my visit to this museum and greatly enjoyed learning more about Van Gogh's life and all the people/things that inspired him to create such well-known masterpieces. I was particularly drawn to ...

    Amsterdam -Tour

    A travel blog entry by jtate on Jan 03, 2015

    ... dams and walls that stopped the water from coming in and built the land up. They have a saying that 'God built the world and the Dutch built the Netherlands!' It was shocking to think that the land that we were standing on was once water. We had morning tea at a café that was high above the city. It had a good view of the surroundings. We went on a canal cruise that showed the highlights of the city from water. Then we were taken to some markets where we had some soup ...