Pension Maris

Address: Marisstraat 32, Zandvoort, Noord-Holland, 2042 AK, Netherlands | B&B
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This B&B, located on Marisstraat 32, Zandvoort, is near Frans Hals Museum, Zandvoort aan Zee, Sint-Bavokerk (Church of St. Bavo), and Linnaeushof.
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Travel Blogs from Zandvoort

Cruising Amsterdam to Basel on MS Excellence Queen

A travel blog entry by ontheroa on Jul 20, 2015

92 photos

... and turns through some of Europe’s prettiest scenery along the Moselle River, passing landscapes of lush vineyards and spellbinding verdant rolling hills. We disembark in the pretty town of Cochem in the Moselle Valley. We explore the narrow alleyways with their half-timbered houses and visit the magnificent Cochem Castle. Perched on a hill overlooking the beautiful Moselle River, this castle ...

Last day of class

A travel blog entry by iacommutersnob on Jul 08, 2015

2 photos

... murdering inept political officials but holding officials accountable for their actions. When I was in deployed my only concern was the safety of my men. My time in the Netherlands and Denmark taught me that Americans, especially planners and other bureaucrats and officials worry too much about cost benefit and spend rather than safety and quality of life. It's kind of a fast food culture of planning. When Americans plan we are planning short term. Just a ...

The Local Cuisine

A travel blog entry by katgoaway on Jun 11, 2015

1 comment, 16 photos

So we're into our third day here in Amsterdam and I've yet to experience the local cuisine. I guess the reason for that is...that there really isn't a local cuisine. As our tour guide, Michael, said the other day "No one comes to Amsterdam for the food". If I was to describe the cuisine here I would say it is either covered, dipped or cheese. Pizza is popular here, so the pizza I ordered on our first day really was a local speciality. We decided to venture out ...


A travel blog entry by harryhimalaya on Apr 15, 2015

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... view of the city but also an upfront insight into aged wood brick and metal of a bell tower that is hundreds of years old. So only six at a time with a guide up the confined climb of spiral brick stairs and worn wooden ladders gave us a very unique experience that ended up in a walk around 360 view of greater ...

From Countryside Windmills...

A travel blog entry by lebradlee on Jan 24, 2015

2 comments, 66 photos

... attire showed us how a simple block of wood can be transformed into a wooden shoe in mere minutes (using machines of course). She also explained why these shoes were so popular amongst the Dutch and encouraged us to purchase our very own pair of "klompen" (clogs). Tempting, but no...I did buy a few small souvenirs and now have a new appreciation for the clog style of shoes, which are quite popular all over the world!