Hotel de Baronie

Address: Bilstraat 31, Utrecht, Utrecht, 3572 , Netherlands | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Utrecht

Utrecht trivia

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 03, 2014

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... he had hopes of returning to Utrecht, he commissioned a stately house to be built, Paushuize, near the cathedral. He was in Spain when elected Pope, and served only 12 months in that capacity before he died, without ever returning to his beloved Utrecht. Paushuize remains as gracious as ever, its exterior hiding its subsequent turbulent history. Today, an event and conference centre.

The Peace Treaty of ...

BCD Global Headquaters

A travel blog entry by meganmulray on Jun 30, 2014

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... EMEA Division South West. He overlooks everything for Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxomburg, and France. He provided so much insight about Europe and the challenges that they face. On the ATW80 program, we visited so many countries that were growing and developing. It was so interesting to learn the challenges of the EMEA region. Heinz has also managed Performance Solutions, which is the department I will be joining, so ...

Beautiful villages near Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by westolz on May 01, 2014

... took us to the village of Hoorn. What a beautiful little Dutch village. Many houses (like town houses) are leaning toward the street from settling for the last 400 years. Amazing that they are even still standing. How peaceful life seems to be for residents here, away from the big city but close enough if you need something that Hoorn doesn't have. Back to the bus and a short drive to Edam for a walking ...

Adventures in the dam

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Mar 14, 2014

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... Italian place. It looked like it hadn't been renovated since 1962, but it was right there and we were hungry... food was ok, drinks were cheap... nothing special. Filled the gap before heading home to recharge for day two.

Day two, we took a walk into town with the intention of doing a walking tour (as per usual) to get our bearings around this new pretty city. We arrived at Dam Square and saw a massive crowd of people (like hundreds) surrounding the walking tour man. ...

Paying our way through Europe with chocolate

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Dec 02, 2013

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... where the comedian joked about weighing vegetables yourself at the shop. We also learnt the Dutch word for ‘bag’ which is ‘zachye’. It is very fun to say forcefully, so we did this for the whole trip in Holland.

Rianne gave up her bed for us, which was extremely nice, so we had a magnificent sleep in a fluffy bed (which I think might be the closest I will come to ‘sleeping in a marshmallow’, which is something I keep saying to Joanna I want to ...

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