Amrath Hotel Maarsbergen

Address: Woudenbergseweg 44, Maarsbergen, Utrecht, 3953 MH, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Woudenbergseweg 44, Maarsbergen.
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      Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 26, 2014

      3 comments, 6 photos

      ... but a bit bigger. Part way along is the Magere Bridge, or the skinny bridge as the locals call it. There is a story it was built by two rich sisters in 1691 who lived on either side of the river and were either too busy or unable to walk the long way round to visit each other so built a bridge across the river, but did not make it the usual width for general use. It is all lit up at night and we did go back to see it after dinner as it is very close to where ...

      Part two of our travels to Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by minaco on Aug 03, 2014

      3 comments

      We made a quick lunch stop at McDonald's located in a rest stop area at the border of Belgium and The Netherlands. We grabbed a lemon lime milkshake and a chilli chicken burger. Both were tasty. Then we looked around at the gift shop located within the plaza. Back on board we only had a little more than an hour until arrival at the hotel. When we arrived, our bags were delivered to our rooms. It is nice not having to ...

      Planning the next stage

      A travel blog entry by jordansgo on Jun 22, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... Derek (a very keen racer, and great tactician), Louise who has dinghy raced since she was knee high and David our association chairman who used to run a sailing school/charter business, and with other halves we were 8 up so well-loaded. But our strategy worked. The race was handicapped so we all started at different times and the first to the finish wins. We were in the middle of the fleet starting alongside three other boats of similar size. Derek manoeuvred us into a good ...

      Amsterdam, wild...

      A travel blog entry by beadledove on May 12, 2014

      44 photos

      ... brew pub located in an early windmill. Several samplings of their rather hoppy brew made for a nice afternoon buzz. The public library is located on the main harbor near the central station and has the best view over the low profile city from their sixth floor cafe...and it is free! A trip on the tram took us out beyond the canals to Vondel Park, supposedly the model for Central Park in New York (originally called New Amsterdam). ...

      "When in Rome..." Eat, travel, live with locals

      A travel blog entry by globalsatwork on Mar 27, 2014

      1 photo

      ... restaurants are often budget friendly as well. Another advantage is that here the real local fare is served and your new friends would love to recommend you the local specialties and you can some new insights.

      Work with locals

      Living and working with locals gives you a great opportunity to really experience the local way of life and they can bring you lots of benefits, like accommodation, meals and earnings.
      A travel job offers you ...