Campanile Hotel Vlaardingen

Address: Kethelweg 220/222, Vlaardingen, Zuid-Holland, 3135, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kethelweg 220/222, Vlaardingen, is near Delfshaven, Thermen Holiday Sauna, Museum De Dubbelde Palmboom, and New Meuse.
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    Travel Blogs from Vlaardingen

    Expedition Patrick 2014

    A travel blog entry by patrick.louws on Sep 15, 2014

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    In September 2014 I will leave the Netherlands for an extraordinary
    expedition far beyond any journey I have ever undertaken. Together with
    my study companion and a friend we will traveling throughout Australia
    and South-East Asia to experience new cultures, meet new people and to
    see the beautiful places that there are to be found. We ...

    Leiden, NL

    A travel blog entry by ruth.williams on May 05, 2014

    Today we walked NE to Klinkenbergerplas , a large lake that has swimming beaches for both people and dogs ( separate areas) . We walked back over the Oegstgeester Canal to LangeVoort shops for coffee where I finally got to sample Appeltaart.. we stopped at teh bakery for bread rolls for lunch and headed home..The weather has been very kind with blue skies , fresh breeze and warm sun. Our walk home took us past Oudenhof-molen the old mill which is beside ...

    Why I came to Holland in April

    A travel blog entry by jwbea on Apr 09, 2014

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    ... gentleman had collected many Japanese artifacts and they are displayed in his house here. He had actually married a Japanese prostitute and had a child whom he left in Japan when he was expelled from the country in 1856. He supported this family for the remainder of his life, but did not see them again for 33 years when Japan was finally opened to foreigners. In another of those serendipitous events of travel, we actually saw ...

    Edam, Tulips & Windmills

    A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Apr 22, 2013

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    ... and buy it on board. The ferry crossed from the other side, cars drove off in random order and then we drove on and chose which lane we would like to park in. No deckhands pointing you in the right direction or anything. The guy came along and we paid 3 or so euros to cross. Then we got to the other side after a very quick trip. The ramp went down with nothing securing the boat to shore and off we drove, first, since we were in the centre lane with the ...

    Wet wet wet

    A travel blog entry by loulouabroad on Sep 24, 2012

    Oh my gosh what an epic afternoon! o.k so on my way to one of my lectures this evening, i somehow took a wrong turn (probably because i could not see through my rain speckled glasses... and i am directionally challenged) ... then got a bit lost ..was absolutely rain drenched... so i gave up and got a bus to the train station then walked home.

    now for green tea, heater and ugg boots!
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