B.M.G. Hotel

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

Cheese, Windmills and Open Air Museum in Enkhuizen

A travel blog entry by dft on May 07, 2014

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... in order to prevent flooding in the area. The quarters were mighty tight, as you can imagine.

When we got back to the ship, we had lunch right away and went out for a walk through the town of Hoorn. By 2, we were on the buses again, this time on our way to Enkhuizen to see the Zuiderzee Museum. Zuiderzee is an open air museum, sort of like Williamsburg. We had a guided tour of it so we saw a lot though we still just skimmed the surface.


A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Apr 21, 2014

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... where we learn about making cheese. We enter a modest farmhouse where we sit down on uncomfortable chairs from where we see a tiny kitchen where a 'farmer's wife' tells us about her life and demonstrates how she makes cheese, basically adding rennet to curdled milk. We next visit a barn (actually barns) where we are surprised to see a herd of over one hundred cattle lying in stalls munching on hay (the grass is not yet high enough ...

Day 02: Arrival in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by mfln31 on Jan 03, 2014

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... hopes for the breakfast tomorrow!

We managed to see some decent sights today without going overboard. We took a look in the church in Dam Square and then ended up in a Rembrandt exhibition thanks to the fact that it started raining really hard. This actually turned out to be a stroke of luck as it was very interesting and also a "pay as much as you'd like day". We also went to an old courtyard of houses (1600s) where ...

Days 112 - 116: Amsterdam and Brussels

A travel blog entry by djmorton on Aug 29, 2013

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... at least 8 times. There are many stories as to why it was put there. The most likely is it was to represent the poor people who got paid for their urine which was used to make leather hides. If this story couldn't get any more random, this little boy statue got made into a Sir so the French solders back in the day had to salute it when walking past. Nowadays a local committee, with its own tailor makes uniforms and outfits for this little boy, who is no more than 40cm tall. ...

Brussels, Amsterdam, Rhine valley.

A travel blog entry by nicoleguyer on Aug 04, 2013

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... spent two years in hiding in the tiny rooms of the house and when your actually inside you can really just feel it and imagine it. After that we wandered back towards the Main Street of Amsterdam to get some food and have a look around, Saw some eye opening stuff that's for sure. Then I hit the shops and spent up in H&M omg my new favourite store! We headed back and checked into the hotel and got ready for a Friday night out in Amsterdam. We had ...

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