Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Het Witte Huis

Address: Birkstraat 138, Soest, Utrecht, 3768 HN, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Birkstraat 138, Soest, is near Muurhuizen, Museum Flehite, Museum Flehite, and Mondriaanhuis.
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      Amsterdam to London

      A travel blog entry by helseyj on Jul 28, 2014

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      ... would you believe that our carriage pulled up at the end of the platform without cover and it was Raining!!! Wet again, so much confusion, everyone trying to get on with all their luggage in the pouring rain and only a few minutes to do so. We made it. The train is speeding along through Holland now passing by some nice scenery. Next stop is Brussels where we change trains to the Eurostar to London. Hope this will be ...

      Beautiful Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by ian1969 on Jun 04, 2014

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      ... pay the commission at his counter, to the lady at the tram station who obviously picked up on our confusion trying to work out which stop we needed for our hotel. We got a 48hr ticket for the trams, which was a great move as we soon got our money's worth. We found our hotel with a little help from our friends, and were pleasantly surprised by its elegance mixed with contemporary style - a central ...


      A travel blog entry by lakssmitha on May 02, 2014

      ... for 2 years with her family. We then walked across the beautiful canals that dissect the city into quarters. We walked all the way from there towards the Rijksmusuem. This is in a very majestic building towards the southern end. And there is also the adjacent square with its beautifully manicured tulip gardens and "I Amsterdam" large white red signages. The whole of amsterdam tourist population were seen to be taking ...

      Days 112 - 116: Amsterdam and Brussels

      A travel blog entry by djmorton on Aug 29, 2013

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      ... below. The use of dykes, locks, windmills and pumping systems help control this which is why the 4,000km of navigable canals, lakes, and rivers in Netherlands is so important for this countries survival.

      Amsterdam's soil consists of a thick layer of fen and clay. All buildings are built on wooden poles that are fixed in a sandy layer that is 11 meters deep on average. The Royal Palace at Dam Square is built on 13,659 wooden poles. Often the brick apartment buildings ...


      A travel blog entry by helenandchris on Jul 12, 2013

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      ... behind the dykes, and other 'Dutch' things.... The scale models of the Delta works, built to prevent Zeeland from being constantly flooded, gives an idea of the engineering genius that is the Dutch!

      Then, just enough time for a last coffee catch up with my cousin (who spends time between Eindhoven and Den Haag) ...