Cosy Corner

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

New car

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 02, 2014

... not noticed or even looked for. Given a .VW Touran (2L turbo diesel touring car) with french licence plates. While a better car for driving on the autobahn, pleased we'd finished driving on all the narrow lanes and byways of France, Spain and Italy. Just that much bigger that we wouldn't have made it into or out of some of the tight corners!

And that took care of Thursday.

BCD Global Headquaters

A travel blog entry by meganmulray on Jun 30, 2014

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... this region. She ended our talk with motivating advice about taking chances and learning from every mistake.

After a day of back to back informative meetings we left the BCD Headquaters and took the train from Utrecht to Amsterdam. Once we settled into our hotel for the night, we took the metro to the city center and watched the France vs. *****ia game then walked around and did some more sightseeing! Overall, ...

Day Two - Lift off and Heading to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by forsterb on Apr 27, 2014


... and then there’s a flush – not just the normal house flush but the airline whoooosh. Just a few minutes ago we smelled a very faint hint of cigarette smoke, but no alarms or whistles so maybe we were just mistaken.

It’s about 5:30 am local time and I’m likely only one of about ten people in the entire plane that is still awake. Things have gone very quiet onboard. ...

Leanne in Utrecht; Don at the office

A travel blog entry by lad.kennedy on Mar 24, 2014

4 comments, 11 photos

... I guess it doesn't open on Mondays.
I found a book shop that had a reasonable selection of kid's books - funny to see some of the favourite authors at school (Eric Carle, David Walliams, Andy Griffiths, Shaun Tan etc) on the bookshelf in another language. Didn't see any Margaret Mahy or Lynley Dodd ones though!
I also found a couple of Cook shops - think TFE, but on a much bigger scale. Probably a good thing my suitcase was fairly full when we arrived! ...

Hanging by a thread

A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Oct 09, 2013

1 comment

... having broken through one of the two O rings holding it in place, it was dangling by the other. More cross words were spoken and the feeling of being so close to the end, yet at the same time so far from reaching it, hung about us. We programmed the TomTom to the closest garage and ended up on a slow and forgotten route through farmland dirt lanes to the next bit of a township. Able to stop and ask for ...