Chambre d'Hote Rekko

Kleine Looiersstraat 8, Maastricht, Limburg, 6211JL, Netherlands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Maastricht

Tomb Raider

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey

... didn’t fancy go down and then coming back up again. I opted for a long, leisurely lunch at the top, and settled into devouring a vol au vent (my office in Bruxelles noted that I had a vol au vent problem, and I don’t like to disappoint), beer and coffee (naturally), the sum of whose caloric intake was probably roughly equivalent to my daily requirement. I figure that it was fine, considering I’d had cookies and a bottle of Coke for ...

What I Came Here to do - School

A travel blog entry by jamesupdike

... levels of input from the "tutors" or the people that essentially run the class. Each concept starts out with a task that is "pre-discussed" where we find out learning objectives we are supposed to look for in the assigned literature. The next tutorial, we all just discuss the literature based on the learning objectives. There is no professor sitting in front of us telling us what we need to know, generally we need to figure it out on our own.

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Prince Carnaval

A travel blog entry by jamesupdike

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... of a sports mascot. So we followed the crowd of people heading over to the Markt where there was a stage set up and people everywhere. There were probably thousands of people filling the square and peering from the windows of the buildings around us. Everything was so festive with people wearing the traditional colors of Carnaval, red, yellow, and green, and flying flags with those colors as well.

This ceremony was the unveiling of the ...

Exploring Maastricht

A travel blog entry by jamesupdike

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... no water anywhere, no drinking fountains, nothing. So, Hannah and I grabbed a couple for the road.

The best part of today was actually just slowing down and admiring the beauty of the city. Instead of tearing down and building new buildings like is common in the US, in Maastricht, they reuse the old buildings, so most of the buildings, especially in the city center are hundreds of years old. We wandered around the ...

Arrival Week

A travel blog entry by jamesupdike

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... brand names, what the food actually is so you have no idea what you're really buying, etc. That makes it a little more difficult to get the kind of food that you want. Aldi didn't really have a huge selection of food, but it was really cheap. Turns out, also, most stores, including chains like Aldi, do not take Visa or any American cards for that matter. Which makes it somewhat more difficult to pay for things when you have to rely on cash everywhere you go (which is a ...

   

TripAdvisor Reviews Chambre d'Hote Rekko Maastricht

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding