Hostel B&B Utrecht City Center

Address: Lucas Bolwerk 4, Utrecht, Utrecht, 3512 EG, Netherlands | 2 star hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Utrecht

    Exploring Utrecht, ons is nou hier!!

    A travel blog entry by nettie.steyn on Jul 03, 2015

    10 photos

    ... they were beautiful. The garberas were huge and the most colourful flowers in the stall. There were also poefie flowers and lovely roses. The old dutchie just wanted us to buy a bunch each time we looked at a different bunch, with no hands touching the.With the sun still up, up above the world so high, so headed home for a lovely shower to wash all the excitement of the day away and start anew. Friete was the word ringing in our ears all the way from South Africa and we had ...

    Heading to Holland to see a little bike race

    A travel blog entry by nicpip on Jul 02, 2015

    5 comments, 4 photos

    ... GPS to help us find a campground. The first one we came across was like 'Old Macdonalds Farm' so we moved on. The next one was non-existent. The third one, and the one we settled for, was close to Utrecht and has a feeling of being under construction. So we set ourselves up and headed into Utrecht for an exploratory bike ride.

    In Utrecht we found the Tour de France team presentation, and although there were big crowds and we couldn't even see the main stage, we did see the riders ...

    The Day We Came to Utrecht

    A travel blog entry by sydney.herbst on Jul 01, 2015

    ... was incredibly stressful because there are no rules here. The rule is: don't stop and don't get hit. This is way different than Copenhagen. I've decided it's better in some ways because you stop less and can move much smoother, but it's also a little nerve-racking weaving through all of the people.

    Later on, we went downtown and walked around. It was breathtaking. I was ...

    Four Countries & the unspeakable

    A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 01, 2014


    ... a chicken suit and the other in a dress and one really tall guy from our Contiki (6’5” & skinny) after a little bit on dancing everyone was having a good time then a gorilla costume spouting a huge dildo came on stage and scared the eggs out of the chicken. He jumped in the air and crawled backwards. After a little reassurance the show went on and she pealed a Banana and places it in her Wazoo. Each man then had to take a bit of the banana in turn while it was in her ...

    Celebrating Catherine's birthday in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Aug 13, 2014

    1 comment, 71 photos

    ... on her wish list was peddle boating in the canals (another common tourist activity in Amsterdam). We headed over to the peddle boats after breakfast and rented a family four-seater for a couple of hours. We ambitiously mapped out our nautical route through the canals to the other side of town before peddling away from the dock. Then reality set in. The small plastic boat was incredibly difficult to steer, only two people could peddle at once, and it was a lot more work ...