Apollo Hotel Utrecht

Address: Vredenburg 14, Utrecht, Utrecht, 3511BA, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Utrecht

    Tour de France Utrecht

    A travel blog entry by iacommutersnob on Jul 04, 2015

    Well the Tour de France was incredible! I took the train to Utrecht with a classmate and that was a blast in itself. Walking to the train station in Amsterdam buying a ticket siting on a train for 35 minutes and arriving in Utrecht station and walking down the stairs to the race. In the states I'd have to bother with a car, driving and parking. I enjoy cycling everywhere and tacking the train. It makes my life simpler. So the ...

    Le Tour de France On our doorstep

    A travel blog entry by nettie.steyn on Jul 02, 2015

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    ... and nukkerige ou mense.Getting off the plane at Eidhoven, we bought a " peperduur treinkaartjie" na Utrecht. Although the electronic board said the train goes to Amsterdam, I knew we had to get off at Utrecht. On the station in Utrecht we were dumbfounded by the vibe on the station. It was just Tour de France every where. Genee and I were in a world of our own and in disbelief that we were actually at the tour. Waiting for the bus to ...

    School Days in Utrecht

    A travel blog entry by heathermurphy7 on Jul 01, 2015

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    ... to the children in his school with fun activities and educational games. Children learn about traffic safety early on, from the dangers of electric scooters to the rules of the road. Children take what they learn and teach their parents, remind them of the rules if they've forgotten. This allows the parents confidence in their child's ability to ride a bike to school and around the neighborhood. This in turns allows the child more freedom, they ...


    A travel blog entry by patkelsey on Jul 01, 2015

    ... product, but it’s just as much about pushing the product”.
    They also consider that commuters comprise a relatively small percentage of
    trips, this conception alone helps to shift their focus to disadvantaged
    populations. The “supercyclists” were
    another brilliant campaign, and the personalized touch that their marketing
    takes is something that could be incredibly powerful in the US at my job in particular.


    Day 29: Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... apartment, so my **** really wasn't that bad! Mum and Dad still weren't back when we arrived, so we relaxed for a little while until they returned. Even though they knew that's where I was going, they couldn't believe I'd actually gone through with getting a tattoo! But they loved it, as did I! If only I could actually see it. Eventually, with Mum stressing out, Daniel had to get himself ready. He had a shower and packed his bag, and too soon I was saying bye ...