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

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.
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OF SCREWS, COWS AND FISH

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 ...

Last day in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by roganna on Apr 08, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... not a Catholic church that was taken over and stripped of its adornments. The inside is very plain. Apparently Rembrandt is or was buried here - nobody knows where. The "stairs" and "ladders" to the viewing balcony are a narrow passage with very narrow wooden steps - not for the large bodied or faint of heart! The church is over 80 m to the top of the steeple; 42 m to the viewing balcony. Wonderful city views from up there. There ...

Day 86.. I AMsterdam!

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Oct 10, 2013

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... short stories. These were later published and became world famous. The only survivor from Anne's family was her father. Anne died in a concentration camp one month before the camp was liberated by the soviets. We studied her diaries in school. Paul and I enjoyed the museum. It was very interesting and thought provoking. It's hard to comprehend how one could live like this and the amount of stress and fear that would come about as a result of this sort of ...

And I thought Vegas was out there

A travel blog entry by maurerfamily on Aug 03, 2013

How do you describe the Red Light District in Amsterdam...not really sure. First, there are no pictures to post of this evening. Second, there are more half naked women dancing in windows then there are coffee shops. Third, there are a lot of people smoking pot in this town. All that being said, it was quite an experience and certainly worth one ...

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