Hotel Princeville

Princenhagelaan 5, Breda, Noord-Brabant, 4813, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Breda West area of Breda.
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    Travel Blogs from Breda

    Delft

    A travel blog entry by bjf347 on May 23, 2014

    2 comments, 34 photos

    ... are delicious." It's pronounced like "yow free ches zine liquor." I even made Jan learn how to say "more wine please" which sounds like "mere vahyn, ahl shah bleeft." It's either that or ``pass the beef,`` I'm not sure which.

    You have never seen as many bikes in your life as you will see in Holland. The parking lot at the train consisted of only bikes! There was room for about 7,000 bikes. Bikes are often stolen even ...

    Around the world in ... days (NL/EN)

    A travel blog entry by leongerrits on Jan 22, 2013

    21 comments, 1 photo

    ... destination Tokyo (Japan). From this point I will travel further through Southeast Asia, but this can change as I am enjoying "Carpe Diem" hard time.

    I will keep track of my adventures writing my stories on this travel blog. This will probably be limited to one update per country and only in Dutch.

    P.S. Still need to learn to eat Sushi, though.


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    Heatwave, shopping and using our plank!

    A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jul 02, 2012

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... on to the pontoon. It is brilliant and worth all the nagging from Isi who has used it with no hands!

    We also went food shopping as we could not leave anything on board in the fridge even though we have electric. It is on a timer and every so often you have to go and push the button. We suppose it is a safety feature so people cannot go away and leave things on like heaters e.g.

    Isi also needed to buy another watch as some time after changing ...

    Day out in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster on Jun 30, 2012

    ... for some reason. You had to take a ticket from one office, go upstairs and wait for your number to be called, when it is called, you have to either upstairs or downstairs to a totally separate building, depending on which train company you were travelling with (the result of privatisation I suppose) and then you had to make sure you asked and paid for the supplement charge if you wanted to take an express train, otherwise it’s a 20 euro fine if the inspector catches you on ...

    More Canals, More Febo, More Fun!

    A travel blog entry by olly-lisa-poppy on Nov 05, 2011

    1 comment, 47 photos

    ... or anywhere... anywhere alone...' - Beautiful south if you don't know it – this continued throughout most of the time in the city and for a day or two later!

    After we had our fill of crazy architecture we walked towards the river for some far more practical yet still impressive engineering in the form of the Willemsburg and Erasmusburg. They are both suspension bridges, but the Erasmus looks far ...