Alp De Veenen Hotel

Ouderkerkerlaan 19, Amstelveen, Noord-Holland, 1185 AC, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ouderkerkerlaan 19, Amstelveen, is near CoBrA Museum of Modern Art, Amstelpark, Dogtroep, and Kinderspeelcafe Toet-Toet.
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    A travel blog entry by pam.lambeck on Jun 27, 2014

    ... our 28th Anniversary.

    We will travel light because we will visit a number of cities on the West Coast and we're flying to Hawaii. All hotels and flights are booked, we filled in the necessary forms to enter the USA, our travel plans final, now we only have to pack.


    Trying to be a local

    A travel blog entry by lerato.t on Mar 26, 2014

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    ... just before it started to rain/snow/hail ��... I found Mila and her friend (who is going to study in SA) and we just gave her the inside scoop of what it is like to live in Jozi ��. After eating the weirdest sausage roll EVER, we went into a SPAR to get snacks for our trip to berlin and I found my favorite chocolate in the whole world!!!! MILKA WITH DAIM! WAHOOOO so happy ...


    A travel blog entry by cmdickson on Aug 12, 2013

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    ... strange decor but good house. There was a statue of a little boy with weird eyes that creeped Dizzy and I out, so we covered him with a rug and he became the ghost of the house, with one of our party pretending to be him and scaring people at night.

    Amsterdam has the best pancakes and omelets. Breakfast was very good at each place we tried. We also had Gareth's favourite, fries ...

    XXX (Jase would like to think so anyway)

    A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Jun 29, 2013

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    ... and headed to the Anne Frank museum in the western suburb.

    The museum is the warehouse space where Oscar Frank ran his spice and jam preservative business, which become the hiding place of the Frank family and friends during the Nazi occupation. Oscar, being the only one of the eight in hiding having survived the concentration camps, set up the space in the 60’s for tourists to visit and understand the ...

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    A travel blog entry by simplyb on Jun 09, 2013

    ... in about 7 years) or they just don't grow that well on Waiheke Island (eg. the coconuts for the oil we use in some of our skin care products). But for the most part, it all comes from the bounty of our 9 acre farm! The honey and bees wax from our bee hives will go into our skin care range and the olive oil from our 600 trees will make our pestos, lip balms and ...