Culinaire Verwennerij Bij Jef Restaurant & Hotel

Address: Herenstraat 34, Den Hoorn, Texel, Noord-Holland, 1797AJ, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Herenstraat 34, Den Hoorn, is near Castle-Museum Sypesteyn.
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      Travel Blogs from Den Hoorn

      We're in Rotterdam.. This calls for a song

      A travel blog entry by niknak21 on Oct 21, 2014

      8 photos

      ... everyone aboard! We met an English man on the train, he's just moved over after 31 years in England and has set up a new business. He's Dutch originally, but can't remember much of the language since he's been away for so long. He moved from London to a little house boat in Amsterdam! Anyway, enough about him! The journey was quick, and we arrived before we knew it! We arrived into Brussels and after getting our next lot of tickets to Bruges we ...

      Day 4 Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by leshiecakes on Aug 31, 2014

      35 photos

      ... Anne Frank House was first on our list.. but the long wait for tickets deterred us from actually going inside. We snapped a few photos in front of the house where she was kept hidden in the
      "secret annex" and off we went.

      From here we came across one of the many cheese museums. I have never seen so many cheese samples before in my life.. heavennnn. After about the ...

      Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Aug 15, 2014

      42 photos

      ... as well as a boat ride on the city’s famous canals. It is amazing to think that the majority of the city sits below sea level, and was originally settled 600 years ago when it was primarily marsh and swamp land, and was slowly reclaimed as it grew.
      The canals are one of the features that make the city so very special, and the majority of the homes along the canals were built in the 1600s, and still retain their original facades, complete with ...

      Two days in Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Jul 19, 2014

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... to add backpack straps to the bag before our next bit of travel but as usual, I ran out of time and ended up lugging it around by the now heavily re-enforced handles. I of course did all of this sewing by hand with a strong needle, duct tape w/ coin thimbles and my heavy duty Coats and Clark Extra Strong upholstery thread. When I finished late that night, I had a set of heavy duty backup straps that I could detach from my bag yet still rely on to lift 100 lbs or more onto my back.
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      On board

      A travel blog entry by tricruiser on May 21, 2014

      1 comment

      ... but we had an easy embarkation. We never had to 'sit in chairs' as we usually do. The line was short and they were letting people board as soon as we got through. We did have to wait for lunch and wait for our room to be ready. We have a nice cabin. Our stewart is a giant Spanish speaking fellow. This was his first day on the Constellation. He has been with the company 23 years! We went to the Cruise Critic get together after the lifeboat drill. We met some folks we ...