Cosy Corner

Address: Laan van Nieuw Guinea 37, Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands | Hotel
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Utrecht

Le Tour de France On our doorstep

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

15 photos

... MTN Quebekha team how proud we are.
Doug and Nici passed close by to their seats amongst the VIPs and they heard us calling out to them. In a flash they came over and when I saw how proud Doug was, I knew he is also experiencing the reality of a dream come true!!!
The team presentation started and we sighed a sigh of relief, not long now and the world will see the team that has come to make South Africa proud.
We waited and it ...

You just got papped!

A travel blog entry by ooffutt on Jul 01, 2015

... is pointed towards social media and the internet for disconnecting our society and dismantling community-- but I actually feel that cars have truly accomplished this. Not only do they physically separate us from interacting with each other in scenes like picking up our kids from school, but their infrastructure has completely segregated communities, scarring neighborhoods with hardened barriers, toxic fumes, and deafening noise. Places with intense car infrastructure have ...

Utrecht trivia

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 03, 2014

9 photos

... Naturally, had to go in and have a look. Quite a variety of work, from old and traditional to new age style in the ancient format. Dideridoos, books on aboriginal culture, souveniers. Fascinating.

Cyclists everywhere. You did not mess with the morning bike peak. Pedestrians were expected to keep out of the way, and cars had to give way. There were more definite rules than in Lucca, ...

Day 2 in the Dam

A travel blog entry by pennydeakin on Aug 24, 2014

17 photos

... some sort of delicious gourmet topping. We shared a nice bottled of wine and enjoyed the evening there. Afterwards, we headed over to the Sky Lounge at the DoubleTree by Hilton. Aaron stayed here on his last visit and said it was definitely a view to see. It was on the top floor of the hotel that had a terrace and glass windows all the way around overlooking Amsterdam. We enjoyed a couple of espresso martinis and called it a night. ...

The Crossing and trek North . . .

A travel blog entry by pseudonym on Jun 29, 2014

6 comments, 14 photos

... though.

Dunkirk was excellent. Stayed at the "Aire Licorne". A word about the Aires. There are over 3000 of them, all over France, Spain and Portugal. Generally they are free with the only cost being a few euros, if electricity is available. They're only available to motorhomes (and trucks if they're on the motorways). You can only stay one night but a lot of people stay for two. You have to use your own toilet, shower etc., but they do supply a place to get ...