Apollo Hotel Utrecht

Address: Vredenburg 14, Utrecht, Utrecht, 3511BA, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Apollo Hotel Utrecht

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    Travel Blogs from Utrecht

    Exploring Utrecht, ons is nou hier!!

    A travel blog entry by nettie.steyn on Jul 03, 2015

    10 photos

    3 Julie Rise and shine early for me. The weather is perfect and a beautful sunrise meets me as I open the apartment's curtain. After a good night's rest we were ready to explore Utrecht and prepare ourselves for Ettape1.We had Brinta for breakfast and was ready for the day. We walked towards the Dom and once we laid our eyes on it we were amazed at the size. Genee and I enjoyed the hustle of all the excitement of the Tour. We had fun photoshoots and the SA flag drew a lot ...

    Heading to Holland to see a little bike race

    A travel blog entry by nicpip on Jul 02, 2015

    5 comments, 4 photos

    ... area we should contact him a few days before and he'd organise a special tour of Veuve Cliquot in Reims. Lovely man. We then headed down the road for our Champagne tasting with a woman called Laurie and bought four bottles of bubbles from de la Chapelle.Yum.

    Phillip's comment: I think the guy from Veuve Cliquot had something going on with Laurie, and if not, he wishes he did.

    The next day we continued to head north into the Ardennes region towards Belgium. Enroute ...

    The Day of Heat

    A travel blog entry by sydney.herbst on Jul 01, 2015

    ... parents got them in a cargo bike or a bike with a child seat. It was truly amazing to watch. It was funny to see how out of place that one car looked with all of the bicycles. We noticed how the school became somewhat of a social hub. Everyone outside on this beautiful day waiting for their children as opposed to everyone waiting crankily in their private vehicle. Why can't America be like this?! It ...

    Campervan fun begins

    A travel blog entry by suepeter on Feb 03, 2015

    2 photos

    ... drove off to find the local camping site. Thank goodness for TomTom.
    Peter did really well driving the van, though we did enter the petrol station the wrong way. We got to the camp site and started to organize things. The bed pulls down over the front seats. There we found the pillows and things she told us to use...ewwww. We ended up filling the skip with all the things in the van that we couldn't use. Spent all the time cleaning and sorting. We hadn't ...

    Istanbul time, Entry EU & Co-driver trip to NL

    A travel blog entry by foegoer on Oct 26, 2014

    107 photos

    ... to the Adrian Sea, where we hope to stay at least a day. The van is getting travel-tired I think because he slows down a LOT when going uphill. Even on straight roads we are lucky to go 80km/hr. Uphill I have to go back to often have to go back to 2nd gear! Mira has good idea to gain some speed. We do what racing cyclist do, staying just behind the one in front to catch as little wind as possible. So here we are tailing truck drivers, and it works!