Hotel Belvedere

Address: Beethovenweg 5, Noordwijk, Zuid-Holland, 2202 AE, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Noordwijk

Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 26, 2014

3 comments, 6 photos

... is lovely and has many trees lining the canal and restored or new looking buildings, though still plenty at weird angles as well. Back now at Centraal Station and within our hour so caught the tram back down toward home. Got off to visit the Begijnhof. This is one of the oldest small inner courtyards in Amsterdam and was originally surrounded by water and only accessed by bridge. Beguines were pious single catholic women who performed good works and lived ...

Hello Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by carla.micucci on Aug 09, 2014

7 photos

... don’t really know why I am drinking beer when usually I drink wine. Perhaps it’s the weather? We made our way back to our hotel at 23:30 and went to bed. I slept a lot better.

What we both liked about Amsterdam was how laid back people were, the gorgeous scenery, how safe it felt (compared to Paris) and how nice the locals were. We managed to see a fair bit of the city and get a good idea of it but probably would have liked a couple of ...

The Curious Case of Benjamin Botox

A travel blog entry by kristenrenee on Jul 05, 2014

7 comments, 5 photos

... were two of them, different ages, but dressed identically in blue dresses and white knee socks with braided blonde hair. I politely asked her parents if I could take a picture of them, because you know, stranger danger. Mom was apprehensive at first, but when I asked for just from the back, she gave in. I explained that I was taking it to include in my travel blog and when she found out she asked to get the link so she could read it! So, thanks so Saskia ...

Day 12 Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on May 21, 2014

3 photos

... in WWII, but because once all the Jews had been taken away and the remaining residents were starving and freezing they raided the homes for food and timber and basically destroyed the houses. The houses of Amsterdam are another story.... Terry pointed out quite a few that have serious " I lean" problems. Because the city is basically built on marshes, the houses drop, sometimes at different degrees within the house. " the Dutch are used to looking at a problem and fixing it" ...

Red lights, purple smoke and Dutch masters

A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Jan 11, 2014

4 photos

... I couldn’t visit any of the few windmills in the area, nor the peaceful, picturesque canals for which the area is known. After this I made my way back out of the centre for the Van Gogh, where I spent the next few hours. Though before this I’d only ever seen one Van Gogh and didn’t really know much about the bloke or his painting, I enjoyed the place for the sheer range of his works, from early sketches to what is thought to be his very last painting. I ...