Hostel Station Haarlem

Kruisweg 18-20, Haarlem, Noord-Holland, 2011LC, Netherlands | Hostel

Travel Blogs from Haarlem

The Haarlem Shake

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey

... went, after getting fed up with waiting for the waitress to say hello to them. A lady and her grandson sat next to me and summoned me with "Vrouw! Een vraag....!" I turned to her and didn't even finish saying in Dutch that I don't speak Dutch when she laughed and said, "oh ok, ok." I sense that she was probably going to ask me if we were just sitting outside of an abandoned cafe, or if there really was somebody working. A waitress eventually ...

Amerys Travels from Haarlem Holland, The Netherlan

A travel blog entry by amery


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I am tempted to say that the photos speak for themselves also for the next destination we visited- just 15 minutes from home- Zandvoort aan Zee.

This is the nearest seaside town to Amsterdam, Leiden and Haarlem, and we found it very
boring, with a grey-brown North Sea on a ...

Blogging Off

A travel blog entry by mr_mozam

... boat itself, I think seeing the locks, travelling the Rhine and Danube rivers and watching the scenery go buy have all been great. The next blog is titled Europe 2013 - The Long Road Home. It is at: ...

From Milan to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by emmadally


... criss-cross pan au chocolat style things which were tasty! We tried to waste a bit of time here but soon we were walking again. We found the station easily and then hunted around for a toilet. After this we went to get a ticket and as we approached the ticket machines a guy came charging up to us and asked us where we were headed. So we told him the airport and he charged off to a machine and showed us how to get the ticket because the machines were all ...

Sore but Happy Bottoms

A travel blog entry by pmytkowi


... AM. Pre-Queen’s day parties are apparently common-place, legendary, and internationally-renowned. By 6 AM, we were ready for travel battle and Bob navigated the tightly-twisting steps down 4 flights with our suitcases until we were at street level and could set off in the cool early morning air. Queen’s Day includes a long history of street markets, and we pass people setting up their wares. This national tradition is repeated all over the Netherlands in cities ...


This hostel, located in the Oude Stad area of Haarlem, is near Frans Hals Museum, Teylers Museum, Sint-Bavokerk (Church of St. Bavo), and Sauna van Egmond.
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