B.M.G. Hotel

Address: Lepelaar 1, Hoorn, Noord-Holland, 1628, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lepelaar 1, Hoorn.
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Travel Blogs from Hoorn


A travel blog entry by yarnbarb on Apr 12, 2015

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... on the boat and went on bus from Hoorn to Enkhuizen.

At dinner I received presents, saw local dances and had birthday cake. Even the captain came to the table when the cake was presented...a fun and busy day..

After dinner an Old West Frisian dance group performed. ...

Amsterdam: A unique gateway to Europe

A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Oct 10, 2014

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... it became a Royal Palace when Napoleon was in charge and the name stuck) and a memorial to those who suffered during WWII.

We wandered down the Amsterdam version of Robson Street, stopping at the Hidden Church. After lengthy battles between Protestants and Catholics, in the 1500's, Protestant extremists took control of the city, banished all Catholics and outlawed practice of the religion. For two centuries, Catholicism went underground and this church was ...

And then there were two...

A travel blog entry by 3musketeers on Jul 24, 2014

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Having spent the night gaining a true Parisian experience - chilling out with a plastic bottle of orange wine - we caught 3 hours sleep before madly rushing around to check out. Sadly Leanne had to leave us at this part of our trip, so two of us continued missing our musketeer already. Hobbling along to the station with our 200 kilo bags we got there just in time to catch our first train. ...

Off to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Jul 12, 2014

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... and composition. Yet, even with all of his experimentation, it was still easy to identify a Rembrandt in room full of paintings by other Dutch paintings. It was like you were automatically drawn to them, they always stood out as being exceptional. It is sad to think that this talented and prolific artist died very poor, having been forced to sell his house and workshop as well as his substantial private art collection.
After I visited the museum, I went ...


A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Apr 21, 2014

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... At one end of the second barn, we see cows being milked by an up-to-date machine called the 'Astronaut'. The machine is clean and quick and costs $150,000 according to our guide ($250,000 according to an article in the New York Times). The milk we learn from the 'farmer' is picked up and delivered to area dairies. I do not enjoy our visit; the 'farmer's wife' is dour, more important, the cows don't look particularly ...

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