Boutique Hotel Sterrenberg

Address: Houtkampweg 1, Otterlo, Gelderland, 6731 AV, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Houtkampweg 1, Otterlo, is near Kroller-Muller Museum and De Hoge Veluwe National Park.
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      We finally joined the cycle brigade!

      A travel blog entry by constance20 on Sep 27, 2014

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      Look at this. Hope you are impressed! Riding through the Hoge Veluwe National Park to reach the Kruller Muller Art Gallery (you knew there had to be a catch) and sculpture park. As it took us one train ride and two busses to get there we were happy to grab one of the 1500 white bikes and ride the 3.6 kms to the gallery, through stunning woodlands, and all flat. The gallery contains part of the collection of Helene Kruller Muller who started collecting modern art at ...

      Dutch Food Adventure

      A travel blog entry by clairwyn on Jul 18, 2014

      3 photos

      Had a driving tour of the Netherlands today. We drove to Laren for profitjes. They have a summer tent set up with a giant pancake iron. They flip them so fast! The profitjes were served with butter and icing sugar. Drove to Breukelen for a walk. There was a food ...

      Leanne on bus tour, Don at Rabobank

      A travel blog entry by lad.kennedy on Mar 26, 2014

      4 comments, 24 photos

      ... per sq km they can't afford to have urban sprawl. Our first stop was Zaanse Schans (a windmill village) with its typical green-timbered houses and warehouses. We were told every windmill is different according to its purpose. We got to see the working parts of a windmill that operates as a sawmill. The spice grinding windmill wasn't actually operating when we were there but oh the fragrance when we walked in the door - glorious! It was at this stop that ...

      Look at those Bussums!

      A travel blog entry by rsilver7 on Jun 18, 2013

      1 photo

      ... Volvo's, and a bunch of Mini Coopers. I have yet to see a truck, but there are a lot of Euro-looking vans. There are rounds-abouts, crosswalks with bike signals, and things appear to be pretty efficient.

      We watched a little golf coverage in dutch, and there are many similar words to English. I don't think it is nearly as German-sounding as my "Learn Dutch" app made it sound, so that is a little easier ...

      The Netherlands - or better known as Holland!

      A travel blog entry by mjandcj on Jun 12, 2013

      12 photos

      ... their bikes all over. The next day we made the half hour train ride to Amsterdam. Our first impression of the layout of Amsterdam reminded us a lot of Venice, only with a lot more bikes! It made sense too considering most of the country is actually below sea level. But the old town area of Amsterdam is lined with canals and hundreds of bridges scattered throughout the area. Armed with our map we snaked our way through the streets, making our first stop at ...