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 ...

    Simon writes the blog today

    A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 26, 2014

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    ... a return trip for €6 each) then we took another tram to what we thought was the "old" houses but they turned out to be "odd" houses. Odd they were as they were cubes. John went inside and they certainly have a lot of wasted space and make you feel giddy just looking at the pictures! By the cube houses they are building a new indoor/covered market hall which has apartments at the side and above with the ends open. ...

    STOPOVER ROTTERDAM.

    A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Jul 20, 2014

    16 photos

    ... River and was settled in the first century. The metro area has a population of around 1.2 million. It's called The Gateway to Europe because of its delta of the Rhine/Meuse/Scheldt Rivers giving shipping extensive access throughout. It was bombed to oblivion in 1940 when the Dutch refused to surrender to the invading Nazis. The city was rebuilt between 1950 and 70 so it's quite modern. They left plenty of parks and gardens to the ...

    Den Haag - The Netherland's Canberra.

    A travel blog entry by karmic on May 09, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    This was pretty well our last day of being a tourist in the Netherlands. This time our tour guide was cousin Kaas and wife Corrie. Den Haag is where the government of Holland sits and houses many foreign embassy's. Den Haag is also home of the International Court of Justice, which attempts to settle disputes amongst countries. We also toured the Gemeente Museum, which amongst other things, houses many works by renowned Dutch artist Piet ...

    The European Life

    A travel blog entry by nishaparmar on Nov 26, 2013

    6 photos

    ... that three hours can take me to a new country - when I feel like Belgium waffles, I wonder why I shouldn't just jump in my car this weekend and try them :)

    On a more serious weekend, perhaps to myself without my lovely little sidekick (the Stubers, she's 8 going on 9), I can't wait to explore noteworthy places in history... not many people know that I'm a WWII ...