Cosy Corner

Address: Laan van Nieuw-Guinea 37, Utrecht, Utrecht, 3531 JB, Netherlands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Utrecht

Go MTN Qhubeka

A travel blog entry by nettie.steyn on Jul 04, 2015

1 comment, 70 photos

... words. At the finish area there we the same number of people as in the morning. You could hardly see the stage through the crowds but luckily there was a big screen. The crowds cheered the yellow jersey as he came onto the stage and then we moved our way through the crowds again.
What a coincidence the next experience was. "Hallo julle" and it was Jill!!!! Amongst 350 000 spectators she spotted us. With the help of Genee's MTN cap!! Happy to see her we chatted ...

Heading to Holland to see a little bike race

A travel blog entry by nicpip on Jul 02, 2015

5 comments, 4 photos

... tip - never believe the book. We fronted up and and the man spoke a very little English and that coupled with my small amount of French really wasn't enough for him to explain that we needed to head to another location 9 km away. Not to be deterred he jumped in his car and led us there. When we arrived it was a very new timber shed where his family has established a boutique Ciderie. And once we told him we were Australian (and not English) he took us on a tour and even gave us a bottle ...

The Day We Came to Utrecht

A travel blog entry by sydney.herbst on Jul 01, 2015

Day 12:

We left Copenhagen today and arrived in Utrecht. We got to our hotel, got our bikes, and rode to city hall for a lecture with our "Utrecht Ambassador" Ronald. Utrecht is the third top biking city after Copenhagen and Amsterdam. This became obvious with the super wide red colored bike paths and the insane amount of double decker and underground bike parking. Our first ...

50 clicks a day!

A travel blog entry by 4inworld on Mar 08, 2015

5 comments, 11 photos

... school rather than online courses. He really wants to do that, but was very adamant that he wanted to do an International school and continue to travel. Yes, we have warped/poisoned/brainwashed/inspired our oldest (and youngest) into the wobbly leg syndrome, wanderlust life that has afflicted their parents.

Anyway, after investigating schools we found two prospects, both in Zagreb. Zagreb is Croatia’s capital and about a four hour drive from Split. We ended ...

Campervan fun begins

A travel blog entry by suepeter on Feb 03, 2015

2 photos

... the shops for our food supplies and now it was late so our first night's dinner was a tin of baked beans. At least we had gas to heat them. The bed was comfy and warm.

The next day we searched through the van, no hoses to fill the water tank and toilet. Don't really know how to use/maintain, thank goodness for Google. Off to the shops for supplies. Now it is bad enough driving in a foreign country on the wrong side of the road, try parking a large ...