Pension Randenbroek

Address: Willem van Mechelenstraat 27 - 29, Amersfoort, Utrecht, 3817, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Dorrestein area of Amersfoort, is near Muurhuizen, Museum Flehite, Museum Flehite, and Mondriaanhuis.
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    Travel Blogs from Amersfoort

    Amersfoort

    A travel blog entry by fionaferrar on May 14, 2015

    10 photos

    Well Deb has a great long sleep, and it would have been unfriendly to wake her up so we both woke at 9.15am! Til came to join us at 10am, and we headed into the little town for the walking tour that we had decided to do. It was a bit chilly so we walked around ourselves for a while until the tour at 11.30. When we started, there was 5 of us. The guide went on in some detail about historical religious points of interest without ...

    I am Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by nicash07 on Aug 05, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... and the Anne Frank house. Of course we didn't go in any. The first two really didn't impress us and we did want to go to the Anne Frank house. That was until we walked to it. And saw the line. It went on for a mile or so wrapping around buildings as it went. We couldn't believe it. I don't know how much and for how long you could see anything in the museum with that crazy line of people right behind you. No thank you. So we took a picture of the building and moved on. ...

    Briefly in Belgium and Amster-damn!

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jun 13, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... I decided I'm a fan of his works. I like the colour and the way he paints, I'd happily hang some of his work in my imaginary palace. After the museum I went to a lovely park that was packed out and read for a while. I then met up with 4 girls from my dorm for a guided informative tour of the red light district. It was great to hear more about the history and how the system works and the attitudes of the local people. After that a bunch of us from the tour went and had some drinks ...

    Rijksmuseum & Van Gogh Museum

    A travel blog entry by roganna on Apr 06, 2014

    10 photos

    ... a early 1900's vintage war plane while I was looking at a furniture exhibit, and he got busted for touching the plane's wing. His excuse? "There weren't any ropes around it!" I can't leave him alone for two minutes! :-P I also enjoyed an exhibit on Delft ceramics - the famous Dutch plates, tiles and vases decorated with the blue & white Chinese design popularized in the 1600's. We also went to the Van Gogh Museum. We say "van GO"; the Dutch say "van HHHOCK". No ...

    Day 87 and 88...Elle comes to town!

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Oct 11, 2013

    5 photos

    ... bit of everything. After a very delicious breakfast we went to the waterlooplein markets. These are great big markets held everyday in waterlooplein. There are lots of interesting things at this market including a big second hand section! Elle bought a pair of boots and Paul a back pack, an adaptor and some waffle biscuits. Paul and I are absolutely hooked on these waffle biscuit things that are famous here in the Netherlands. They are amazing. They are flat, round ...