Blooming Hotel

Duinweg 5, Bergen, Noord-Holland, 1861 GL, The Netherlands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Duinweg 5, Bergen, is near Stedelijk Museum, Alkmaar cheese market, and 'Rondvaarttocht': canal tour by boat.
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    Travel Blogs from Bergen

    2nd day in amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by bridiebridie86 on Aug 25, 2014

    ... for somewhere more low key . Should have gone to baba but it was full with a queue. Went over to the bulldog and that felt more like a nightclub as well. The space cake had kicked in for me so we bought waffles with caramel and white choc which were amazing. Wandered round for a bit and eventually got a cab back with a crazy Jamaican cab driver who liked to wave his hands around and was telling stories about scaring ...

    HAARLEM.

    A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Jul 27, 2014

    9 photos

    ... colour and not all that inviting. On a different path back to Haarlem we passed some beautiful mansions; seems like a popular place for a 'shack' near the beach. The afternoon was spent in Haarlem wandering along the canals, sorting gear, (that took 10 minutes) relaxing, napping, watching the final stage of Le Tour and reading. Dinner was Asian and a beer or ...

    A Castle, a boat and a fun night out!

    A travel blog entry by timtol on Jun 06, 2014

    12 photos

    Today started with a tram ride to Ijburg where we boarded a boat that took us to the Mildeslot Castle. Lucky we arrived early as we zigged where we should have zagged and came across what appeared to be a hippy commune. Anyway we found where we jump on the boat just in time and what a pleasant trip across the Zuiderzee. We went via Pampus Island where most if the people on the boat got off so we had the ...

    Exploring uncharted territories

    A travel blog entry by girlfriday on Apr 17, 2014

    4 photos

    ... the buildings are very big, spaced apart, and old. They're generally huge because they're hotels or owned by big businesses. The Maritime Museum was a really interesting experience. I didn't realise that Amsterdam is actually the fourth largest port in the world after Rotterdam. It is the world's largest fuel port too. I had underestimated how much of a trade centre it actually is because that's the bit you don't really see from the land. There were lots of ...

    Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by crankin on Feb 27, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... were working models of container ships in the harbour, train lines and roads, and even Amsterdam airport. We would have loved to have stayed longer but it was windy, rainy and bitterly cold so we retired to the cafe for a hot chocolate and then back on the tram and train back home to Amsterdam.

    Travelling on public transport here (and in Hong Kong) is a stark reminder of how woeful our transport system is back in ...