Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Elzenduin

Address: Strandweg 18 , Ter Heijde, Zuid-Holland, 2684 VT, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Strandweg 18 , Ter Heijde, is near The Hague Municipal Museum (Haags Gemeentemuseum), The Peace Palace, and Omniversum.
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      We were hoping for Victory

      A travel blog entry by devos on Jul 10, 2014

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      ... up and creating the mood for his guests with coloured lights. Alas Netherlands was proudly defeated ,NOW what will it be ?Will Hollands neighbour Germany win the World Cup, or Argentinia. It should be a good game ,another late night.we can all catch up on our lack of sleep anytime as football comes first in The Netherlands it is just like our big Horse Race The Melbourne Cup where the whole ...

      Abu Dhabi - Amsterdam - Leiden

      A travel blog entry by ruth.williams on May 02, 2014

      ... and as the flight was boarding, we hurried to the gate. Finally on board the flight Amsterdam... We arrived arrived in Holland (11degrees C) 35mins late but had a very smooth entry , made Ricks appointment with the Bank... That was reasonably successful and we were on the train to Leiden by 5:00pm.. Steve was at the station to collect us and although he had ...

      Head Over Heels in Like

      A travel blog entry by christinec2013 on Mar 24, 2014

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      ... myself sleep in. Then I went to the art museum and looked at nice Rotterdam art. Rotterdam is quite different to other Dutch cities because it was bombed completely flat in the Second World War, and when they rebuilt it, they decided not to restore it how it used to be, but to make it more modern and arty. Which is quite cool. It felt like a little piece of New York in the Netherlands. The buildings were very big with contemporary architecture. The afternoon was nicer, so ...

      Water, water everywhere

      A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on May 06, 2013

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      We then went to the town of Zierikzee to have lunch. The fun part was that we got to have it in the garden of a family that Rolinka only recently met. The Douws had a neat little house and a lovely garden that included a pond with frogs and salamanders. They had ordered sandwiches from a bakery for us, and I had ham and cheese with boiled egg, cucumber and pickles. It was impossibly tasty. I think it's all down to the bread. For dessert there were … I ...

      Return from the East!

      A travel blog entry by edandclaire on Nov 08, 2012

      57 photos

      ... well every compartment except ours – no wonder the rest of the passengers wanted us to hide things! Our little carriage then continued to sit all alone, looking for all the world like it had been forgotten until eventually another train arrived and with a lot of shunting we were reattached and off we went again.

      Lake Baikal, where we stayed whilst near Irkutsk, is simply stunning. It holds between and 1/3 of the whole ...