De Witte Hotel

Address: Utrechseweg 2, Amersfoort, Utrecht, 3811, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the De Berg Zuid area of Amersfoort, is near Muurhuizen, Museum Flehite, Mondriaanhuis, and Museum Flehite.
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Travel Blogs from Amersfoort


A travel blog entry by fionaferrar on May 14, 2015

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... evidence of emails of her booking (needed to hotspot my phone to retrieve the e-mails), the ladies in the cafeteria were bending over backwards to help us. Because it was a holiday, there was no one in the office. So we decided to move the mattress, and for the 3 of us to sleep in the small room - thank golly there was room under the bunk where our bags could fit. They continued to be nice in the cafeteria, and gave us a free dinner.

Mentally Scarred

A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Apr 01, 2015

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... built with large opening windows and a hook just under the eaves to allow furniture to be hauled up to the top floors.

Rounding a corner, and sheltering from a squall of rain, we slowly began to realise that we had we failed to completely miss the Red Light district. Another group of young ruffians, smelling of cannabis, passed us, with a mild leer at our gang of teenage girls. We consulted the map, and re-set our course, down a street lined ...

My start.

A travel blog entry by raymcardle on Oct 24, 2014

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I'm not going to lie, my heart was pounding when I pulled up to the airport terminal. If I told you that I was completely ready for this trip, I would be lying to you. I have used this trip as kind of a crutch. Just delaying the future. My buffer to becoming an adult. My decision to go on this trip came sooner than I expected. Let's just say one day I was working and the other day I asked to be laid off. I went ...

Which one to visit first?

A travel blog entry by constance20 on Aug 03, 2014

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... mob and you should get it.) The real thing didn't disappoint. It is huge, nearly 4 metres square, and was even larger before, in 1715, it was moved to a new location, didn't quite fit, so someone decided to cut the ends off! This is Rembrandt's most famous action scene at a time when other painters depicted their subjects in more formal poses. Among the many other highlights in the collection was Vermeer's The ...

Red lights and green parks

A travel blog entry by dillardstravels on May 31, 2014

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... the day gets donated to a local charity to feed the hungry. Well, Tiff did not make the company proud when she accidentally dropped the food in her hand all over the floor, like a big yogurt bomb, while waiting in line to pay for her food. She felt bad for the waste, and for splattering yogurt and berries all over her neighbor in line, but accidents do happen!

That was the most exciting thing that happened at the airport. Not bad! Now we just had ...