Sea Rooms

Stationsplein 19, Zandvoort, Noord-Holland, 2041, Netherlands | Hotel
Prices starting from $72.00

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A travel blog entry by jmayo


... were under the impression that English was common here. And I guess maybe that's true in the sense that most people probably know it. But for some reason we were expecting signs and menus in English and hearing people speaking it. So not the case! We haven't seen English yet, and the people taking our order and serving needed us to talk slowly in English to understand. And it's such a foreign sounding language (probably because we've never heard ...

We're here

A travel blog entry by jordansgo


... up ready to fly home this afternoon. He has very kindly given us the access codes so we can carry on our trip story using this site - so expect more entries over the next 3 weeks as we enjoy Amsterdam, attend the S&S AGM and then go exploring Dutch waters before making our way home. Sorry the photos are a bit out of order - uploaded from two places and can't find a way to re-order them, but sure you'll make it ...

Last day

A travel blog entry by jwbea


... After all this we returned to the Amsterdam station and we went to Haarlem for the afternoon. It is a very relaxing town with pretty lanes, a windmill, canals, and a grand cathedral which houses the largest organ in this country. The organist was practicing, so we got to hear some mighty chords. This organ was played by Mozart when he was 10 tears old and by Handels. I was hoping the organist yesterday would pound out a few bars of "0de to Joy" or ...

Last day

A travel blog entry by vbhughes


I have woken up with a sore foot, not sure how? So it hurts to walk �� Today we visited the wax museum Madame Tussard, it was pretty good. Visited red light district for onesie photo, then we went back to little pub again and had lunch ( Bitterballen, fries) Finished the afternoon watching tv and reading ...

A glimpse of Scotland, Ireland and Wales to 1 oct

A travel blog entry by rprice

... before its fateful journey and also where a lot of the famine ships left for The US, Canada and other places after the potato famine in the mid 1800s. They had a great food market on the foreshore and a wonderful museum and great pub food. We are becoming experts in 'pub grub'. We stayed for 4 nights in a Lovely cottage which enabled us to rest, catch up with family of friends and a little local exploring. A night north in Carlow before attending The Feast ...


This hotel, located on Stationsplein 19, Zandvoort, is near Frans Hals Museum, Zandvoort aan Zee, Sint-Bavokerk (Church of St. Bavo), and Linnaeushof.
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