Cosy Corner

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

Utrecht trivia

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 03, 2014

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... 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, ...

BCD Global Headquaters

A travel blog entry by meganmulray on Jun 30, 2014

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Today we visited the BCD Headquarters in Utrecht and met with senior level managers from all different areas of the company. One thing that I have found in common throughout every country that I have traveled is how friendly and down to earth all of the BCD leadership is. They all seem very interested in explaining anything and everything to us to help us learn more about the industry.

Our morning of meetings ...

Holiday weekend

A travel blog entry by kenandmaureen on Jun 08, 2014

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... and friends out on the streets and on the canals enjoying a beautiful sunny hot day. The canal was chocked with vessels of every size and shape all vieing for space but most of the people on board having picnics or enjoying refreshments. Some of the vessels were antique boats that had been restored and others were little more than overloaded bathtubs. All the people whether on the water or shore seemed to be having such a ...

Shop, Drink, and Smoking

A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Apr 08, 2014

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... for people to watch and pay for. We made it a couple of blocks and then decided it was time to leave. We stopped for one more drink, which was far too expensive, and then headed back to the hotel, thoroughly exhausted. That was the end of our
Amsterdam trip, and while it was kind of a cool city to see with the canals and building styles, we both thought it was a little overhyped. We much preferred the Hague and Kinderdijk, but then again we were finding that we weren't big city people.

Paying our way through Europe with chocolate

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Dec 02, 2013

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Joanna and I were super impressed to find freshly squeezed juice at Albert Heijn, and we also bought some bread, fruit and stamps for postcards.

We tried to post the letters at the local tobacco store, but the old man said we had to find a post box. It was so bizarre, because he was smoking so casually inside! It is something neither of us had ever experienced.

We also noted the Sinterklaas (Saint Nicolas) and Zwarte Piet decorations ...