Hotel II (Twee)

Address: Onze Lieve Vrouweplein 6, Maastricht, Limburg, 6211HD, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Maastricht

Auf wiedersehen pet!

A travel blog entry by foodsmith on Aug 06, 2015

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... at the hottest part of the day so way to hot to think about cycling back we went on the 30 minute road train tour of Valkenburg. In 2014 they rebuilt several historic parts of Valkenburg, one part is a gate over the moat into the town, it had lay in ruins since the 1600's. Anyway after a little walk around town we jumped back on the bikes and headed back, stopping several times for shade and drinks. You wont believe how refreshing a pear is after ...

ZIO Maastricht

A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Nov 10, 2014

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Presentation ZIO covering topics such as:

  • Primary care development
  • Funding and activities of ZIO
  • Blue Care concept
Dr Guy Schulpen, Medical Director, ZIO Maastricht

Programme at Primary Care Centre Scharn:

Presentation on collaboration models Primary Care and Hospital Care


Maastricht UMC+

A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Nov 09, 2014

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... of Health Services Research

12:00- 12:30

Integrated Care

Dr Marieke Spreeuwenberg, Assistant Professor, Department of Health Services Research of the School of Public Health and Primary Care

12:30- 13:45


13:45- 14:45

Guided tour of the Maastricht UMC+

Herman Dewalque and Nieky van Steenkiste


St Servatius Basilica

A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Nov 09, 2014

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The Basilica of Saint Servatius is a Roman catholic church dedicated to Saint Servatius. The present-day church is probably the fourth church that was built on the site of the grave of Saint Servatius, an Armenian missionary who was bishop of Tongeren and died allegedly in 384 in Maastricht. A ...


A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Nov 09, 2014

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Dating back to the 13th century, the structure was a Dominican church until Maastricht was invaded by Napoleon in 1794 and the group was forced out of the country. Since that point it has been briefly used as a parish, then a warehouse, then an archive, then a giant parking lot for bicycles (not such a terrible idea) and finally made over into a bookstore. ...