Hotel de Baronie

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

Miffy and Me

A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jul 01, 2015

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Day 55-

I decided that I was in no hurry today and slept in. I planned to go to Utrecht which isn't far from Maarssen. I was only in Utrecht briefly last time, and I mostly did just shopping. I wanted to see what it had to offer culturally…though the shopping is really tempting. So, of course, I walked around a few of the shops before I started my museum tour. It’s extra appealing to shop here because they actually sell clothing ...

In theory you shouldn't... But try?

A travel blog entry by ooffutt on Jun 30, 2015

... so much fun! There were so many people biking each other around... In Copenhagen we saw loads of Christiania bikes and cargo bikes, and while they still exist here, it's not nearly as common. And WAY more people ride with two or more on a bike. Lots of kids were riding around, too, often on bikes that looked way too big for them and carting around another kid on the rack behind them. Cycling rules just didn't seem to ...

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 ...

Walking tour of Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by storylady7 on Aug 29, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... Theresa said that most people own two bikes, one for going to work (an old one) and one for the weekend. Later in the day we passed a bike garage. It held 2500 bikes and still there were wall to wall bikes all over the curbs and sidewalks!!
Theresa pointed out the swinging houses. They are homes where the pilings had rotted and they were leaning every which way. Most were older homes and it surprised me that they ...

A Week in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by taylorneese on Jun 29, 2014

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As a part of my class, we did a study tour in Amsterdam to study their policies and approach towards prostitution.

We met at the airport at 8:00 and arrived in Amsterdam at 11:30. From there, we took a bus to our hotel. We got our room assignments and had some time to freshen up before meeting in the lobby. There was a tram stop right outside of our hotel that would take us into the city, our hotel was about 20 minutes out of the city center. We had 2 hours ...

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