Pension Randenbroek

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

    Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by stcy1988 on Dec 02, 2013

    4 photos

    ... do you buy as a present from Amsterdam? CHEESE! Woohoo. We bought cheese.
    Our flight was scheduled for 9.40pm but due to inconsiderate weather we got delayed. If you were to be delayed anywhere, Amsterdam Schipol Airport is a good place for that, plenty of food outlets and shops to keep occupied in.
    Arrived back to the UK just before midnight and finally in my own bed.

    I thoroughly enjoyed Amsterdam and next time I visit will hopefully ...

    Returning the Bikes and Flying Back over the Pond

    A travel blog entry by davegibson on Aug 27, 2013

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... It cost $98 to get a taxi to George Bush International Airport and we managed to sort out our upgrade seats that the online check-in had managed to completely mess up. Once onboard the KLM Dutch aircrew were fantastic to us all. Fed, watered and fed again. I watched The Hobbit and Die Hard Again films. I don't know what the other two watched, I think they both fell asleep quite quickly - lazy pups.

    Before Dave and LJ fell asleep, they reminded ...

    Day Three - Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    A travel blog entry by emilyjms on Jul 05, 2013

    4 photos

    ... like every other capital city; loud, dirty and very crowded! Once you head west, a few blocks out of the city, you come to all of the canals. The treelined streets that run along the water are so beautiful. There's a constant flow of boats on the water and bikes on the street, it's relaxing walking up and down, as long as you stay off the bike paths! There is so much to see and do here! It really is somewhere I would love ...

    Amersfoort

    A travel blog entry by eirantrethowan on Jun 05, 2013

    8 photos

    ... Deep fried balls of meat crumbed, great Flavour. We strolled up to see the main gain entrance, see pic. Made our way back to Arnhem at about 6pm to head on the hens night... Which I can't reveal here as what happens on a hens night stays On a hens night but I will say it was a blast and we where all a little seedy the next day!! ET blogs home. ...

    Hey! Where's the Grape Juice?

    A travel blog entry by dhowell on May 19, 2013

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... little more inebriated. We didn't notice any "red lights", per se, but the imagery was obvious. A quick turn to the south took us out of there. Oh yea, the sermon by Don Truex this morning was appropriately titled, "Morality" - Thanks Don.

    Finally, a word about our B&B and hostess in Landsmeer. The place was fantastic. About a 4.5 mile bike ride north of Amsterdam out in the suburbs away from the craziness of the city. ...