Bilderberg Hotel De Klepperman

Oosterdorpsstraat 11, Hoevelaken, Gelderland, 3871, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Oosterdorpsstraat 11, Hoevelaken, is near Muurhuizen, Museum Flehite, Museum Flehite, and Mondriaanhuis.
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    Travel Blogs from Hoevelaken

    All over Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 17, 2014

    8 photos

    ... quarter was rather odd. The only things remaining that were remotely Jewish were the synagogues. This is because during WWII many Jewish people escaped to Amsterdam as religious refugees. However, when the Nazis took over the city the area was abandoned. WWII went on for over two more years and the Allies never came to free the city so the people of Amsterdam went to the abandoned Old Jewish Quarter (because all the Jews had been deported ...

    Day 25 (Amsterdam)

    A travel blog entry by marcohj on Jun 03, 2014

    3 photos

    ... in the square there was a free tour through the red light district about to leave so we went on that. It was super interesting; we went through all the different levels of windows of prostitutes, went to a peep show (I didn't get to go in) and he talked lots about the history of prostitution and coffee shops. After the tour we went to a Vietnamese place in Chinatown which was alright but had very small portions. ...

    Keukenhof - the greatest garden in the world

    A travel blog entry by girlfriday on Apr 14, 2014

    6 photos

    ... a compost heap and used two years later to enrich the soil in the gardens. Finally, after six hours being at Keukenhof, and after a few rain showers had come along, I decided it was time to go home for the day. After standing in a long queue for the bus for about 20 minutes, I was on my way back to the airport where I easily navigated my way to Centraal Station. This time, I decided to catch the tram home. As I was at Central Station, I thought I ought to find out how ...

    Trip to the Zaan region

    A travel blog entry by vbhughes on Dec 18, 2013

    10 photos

    Today we travelled by train to the Zaan region to look AT&T he famous windmills. It was interests to see the contrast between the old and the new industry along the river. We went up into a chalk mill. A number of the windmills are still in operation. The boys did have a few onesie shots and of course attracted a little bit of attention. On the return the boys had a onesie pose at one of the statues, as well as with 'Bat ...

    W O W

    A travel blog entry by lindablaire on Aug 27, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... the ship for now. We are having a Welcome Aboard information session at 6:15 so will learn more at that time. After lunch we walked over to the canal cruise depot and went for another canal cruise with Tom and Judy. It was a beautiful sunny day with a high of 74. Saw a lot of wonderful sights and had a good walk to wear off some of our energy and work up an appetite for dinner. More to follow we are off to the ...