De Witte Hotel

Address: Utrechseweg 2, Amersfoort, Utrecht, 3811, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the De Berg Zuid area of Amersfoort, is near Muurhuizen, Museum Flehite, Museum Flehite, and Mondriaanhuis.
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Travel Blogs from Amersfoort

Rijksmuseum & Van Gogh Museum

A travel blog entry by roganna on Apr 06, 2014

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... painters is Rembrandt (1606-1669). We saw many of his paintings. He originally became wealthy painting portraits for higher society and groups. His most famous painting, a group portrait done in an action-shot style, is "The Night Watch". There were other exhibits at the Rijks that I/we enjoyed. Roger's not much for museums - he tolerates them b/c I want to go. And he usually gets in trouble when in an historic place - today was no exception. He wandered off to ...

Day 85. Coffee, canals & pies. Hello Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Oct 09, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... of a one and only pie shop! This was Paul's dream come true. He has been craving a pie for the last two months. Nowhere in Europe that we have seen so far has anything that resembles an Australian pie. And if you know Paul, it's one of his favourite things on the planet. So this discovery was amazing. It was advertised as an Australian and New Zealand cafe with pies. So we sat down, enjoyed a very delicious pie each. I had a spinach and feta and Paul had a steak ...

Amsterdam 2013

A travel blog entry by jazzgal on Aug 03, 2013

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... much like a bathtub attached to a beautiful old building. Sometimes the idea of “new” for the sake of “new” is pretty silly. Can’t say I dig the bathtub building, although it is kind of funny. The exhibit was good, although I was a bit overwhelmed and tired, so it is hard to really single out anything as great. There was the usual cast… Rauschenburg, Kienholz, Mondrian, Klein, even a bit of Picasso and Matisse. Luckily many museums ...

Day 12

A travel blog entry by banvilleabroad on Jun 17, 2013

... out the town. And what better way than to join a free walking tour. It was a lot of fun, they took us all over Amsterdam to see the usual sights and some that most don't know about. I got to see the Old Church, the New Church (which is 600 or so years old), we took a walk through the red light district, crossed over many canals, and tons of other stuff. Amsterdam really is an amazing city with beauty everywhere you look. The stereotype of sex and ...

The overnight train

A travel blog entry by katcob on Apr 18, 2013

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Doesn't the idea of an overnight train sound appealing? Some guidebooks recommend it as a way of saving on hotel fees while traveling. Others think of it as a romantic version of Vegas: a "North by Northwest" meets "what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas". In fact, my experience is that it is neither cost effective or romantic.
We boarded the first class car at the front of the train. The train was actually divided into many sections: three parts, ...