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 102 - London to Amsterdam (Depart Amsterdam)

A travel blog entry by hudomagerstein on Oct 17, 2013

I would say I woke up, but I didn't sleep. So at 2am I left Nicole's for the bus. Grabbed a bus to Hammersmith, got another one to Victoria and then another one to Stansted. Arrived at Stansted at 5:20am. Checked in for my flight and then went and relaxed in the boarding lounge until it was time to board. My flight left at 7am and arrived in ...

Rainy days in the 'dam!

A travel blog entry by pamelankatie on Aug 07, 2013

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... is the nicest one yet. The bed is huge and comfortable, the bedroom has its own balcony, and the three almost floor to ceiling windows overlooking the 4th canal are the best part. We have spent a lot of time people watching from there! Our hosts also provided us with some fabulous restaurant suggestions, one of which we decided to try out for dinner. The Bojo specializes in authentic, Indonesian cuisine and was the ...

Off to Hoorn to see a farm

A travel blog entry by pegardyne on Jun 27, 2013

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We had a great stay last night in the Ibis Budget hotel -it was cheap, modern and clean, we would recommend them as the best value we have had in Europe so far! A croissant and coffee for €2 is the typical European breakfast, which was alright if you are an office worker and not bad if you are just going to sit on a train, but it would never sustain a farmer! Today we are off to Hoorn via Rotterdam and Amsterdam to ...

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