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Travel Blogs from Utrecht
... he had hopes of returning to Utrecht, he commissioned a stately house to be built, Paushuize, near the cathedral. He was in Spain when elected Pope, and served only 12 months in that capacity before he died, without ever returning to his beloved Utrecht. Paushuize remains as gracious as ever, its exterior hiding its subsequent turbulent history. Today, an event and conference centre.
The Peace Treaty of ...
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 ...
... the Royal Palace located within. Unfortunately there was a mini fair going on (maybe because this weekend is Kings Day?) and so the view was slightly obstructed but we were able to see some of it, we also saw De Nieuwe Kerk which was hosting a photography event, and also the Magna Plaza which is situated behind the Royal Palace, a neo-gothic building which is now used as a shopping mall for designer clothes. Still pretty special as a building so not an entirely worthless jaunt to ...
... because he is clearly black-faced from the chimney soot.
We popped our heads into the XXL – the famous and biggest sex shop in Utrecht – and then ran away.
When Rianne arrived home, we all helped to make a healthy and hearty meal of vegetable couscous. It had pumpkin, peppers, carrot and goats cheese. Joanna and I were so happy to have a healthy meal after all the bad-but-oh-so-good Belgian food.
Rianne showed us a hilarious skit about ...
... so good. It's really hard to find authentic Dutch food in Amsterdam. We tried. I decided to just get a burger and a beer. I figured I deserved it after missing out on my 3 Heinekens. After dinner we chilled out at the hostel. It was a really relaxing city. We almost didn't need as much time as we had though. I would have rather spent that much time in Berlin. I really didn't know what to expect from Amsterdam but I enjoyed it. The next morning we got on the bus and left for Paris.
Other places to stay in Utrecht
Wijk C, Utrecht | 3 star hotelfrom $169