Bastion Hotel Bussum Zuid / Hilversum

Address: Struikheiweg 3, Bussum, Noord-Holland, 1406 TK, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Struikheiweg 3, Bussum.
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      Amsterdam, Holland

      A travel blog entry by anita-and-shaun on May 06, 2014

      55 photos

      ... park which is 4m below sea level and is constantly sinking, another interesting thing about this park is a lot of people lived there when there was a housing shortage and there was even a mail delivery to the park so people could still receive their mail whilst living there. It is also legal to have sex in the bush at the park (bit bizarre!). We also stopped at the Anne frank house and at a few canals to see the view. After ...

      Windmills, cheese and wooden shoes

      A travel blog entry by imrannaser on Sep 07, 2013

      ... different kinds of cheeses which were ALL delicious! After spending about a good 20 minutes eating a cheese sandwich, we went on out to go see the windmills. The sight of windmills all lined up along the lake, was absolutely gorgeous. The weather was perfect and so were the views.
      After exploring the insides of one of these windmills, we went on out on a walk where we even met some of the local cows where I bet all the cheese came from. And ...

      In amongst the clogs and windmills...

      A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Aug 20, 2013

      36 photos

      ... had little girls at about the same time.

      He lives some distance from Amsterdam, but very kindly drove all the way to meet me at Schiphol Airport, and took me to a place called Zaanse Schans, about half an hour north of Amsterdam, which is a sort of open-air museum preserving the quintessential Dutch things like windmills, canals, and clog-making. I should imagine it's a bit of a tourist trap during the day, but arriving, ...

      Vincent Van Gogh and Gouda Cheese

      A travel blog entry by braught on Jul 17, 2013

      8 photos

      ... stall full of all sorts of bulbs. More than tulips. Crates full of amaryllis bulbs. We make our way to the Van Gogh Museum. Amazing story told through his art and the multimedia guide. My favorite was Wheat Field with Crows. It was a bold contrast of a wheat field and a stormy sky. He painted it in the last months of his life. The sad realization is that they know all his colors have faded. I can only imagine the bright paintings. We are all very tired after ...


      A travel blog entry by rsilver7 on Jun 21, 2013

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      Goedmorgen! This picture sows you on top what it looked like at 2230, and the bottom is a half an hour later at 2300. So bright, so late! The picture on the bottom looks darker than it really was, I don't think it really gets dark like it does in the US. We are just so far north that summer has very long days, and winter is very short. Maybe it was a tad longer too since it is the summer solstice? Either way, I had ...