Hekelsteeg 7, Utrecht, Utrecht, 3511 AK, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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The Netherlands

A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Jun 26, 2014

1 comment, 23 photos

... and all the quirky art in the 'Witte de Withstraat' arts district. Rotterdam was almost entirely destroyed during WW2 and most of the buildings constructed since the war are modern and striking. It is a great city to visit and to enjoy the huge amount of public sculpture and street art in the museumkwartier.

After spending a morning wandering around Delft, which is only 10 minutes on the train from The Hague, we met Christine (David Peel's ...

A day trip to Utrecht

A travel blog entry by kimlynstanyon on Dec 15, 2013

34 photos

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Once we were on the Dom tower tour I realized that I had completely misjudged the stairs. They started off lightly with tons of room and normal sized but then the space got narrower, the steps got smaller and the distance between one step and another was surprisingly larger. To quote Ruben "at the end there; I was smeegeling." the corrodor became so narrow and dark that I was totally freaking out! and ...

Clogs, Fishing and Red Lights

A travel blog entry by philandjan on Aug 19, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... hid from the Nazis. A simple place with a unimposing facade.

We concluded the night with a walk through Amsterdam's famous Red Light District - and saw a number of "interesting" sights, also passing the Oude Kirk, a huge old protestant church with little houses clinging to its sides thag remains a calm heaven at the heart of the frenetic Red Light District. Its buildings, especially the Gothic-renaissance style octagonal bell tower, were used by sailors to get their bearings.


Make like a bear.

A travel blog entry by tinyjuggernauts on Jul 09, 2013

52 photos

... dedicated areas for this, usually called Aires, where you can park up, dump waste, fill water tanks and connect to the mains to charge batteries etc. These areas in Germany are called Stelleplatz, and are the only areas you can wild camp, although it seems a bit too well organised to be true wild camping. Elsewhere in Germany, overnight parking is legal, which technically is ...

Visiting Emmy & Pieter in Houten

A travel blog entry by kkrieg on Jun 08, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... After a good nights sleep and breakfast, Emmy's Mum, Charlotte, drove us all to Utrecht. Utrecht is one of the larger cities of Holland and we visited the old part of the city, very much like a mini Amsterdam, with a canal going throught it.

After visiting the old church, we headed to the Music Museum, where there lot's of old musical clocks, street organs and some large ones used in early dance ...