Golden Tulip Alphen A-D Rijn

Stationsplein 2, Alphen aan den Rijn, Zuid-Holland, 2405 BK, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Stationsplein 2, Alphen aan den Rijn, is near Archeon and Brouwerij de Molen.
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Reviewed by bdvano

Going back to my roots

Reviewed Jul 4, 1978
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Travel Blogs from Alphen aan den Rijn

We're coming home, I've done my time (almost)!

A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Oct 03, 2013

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... I think it was Stephen Fry on QI who said that since the smoking ban has been in force on planes the air is now completely replaced less frequently than it was prior to the ban and that air quality has in fact reduced! Stephen Fry wouldn't lie. With lights on the passengers Pommie washed (can you still say that?) it must be feeding time. The last feed was surprisingly OK although aspects of it fell too familiarly into the plane food and plain food ...

Day 7- Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by tadtravels on Aug 08, 2013

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... called Mazzo, was pretty good, but I can’t imagine we ate anything there that was unique to Amsterdam. We had a nice conversation with a British couple sitting next to us, who were also going to the comedy club. The comedy club show we were going to was called Boom Chicago (yes, we just can’t get away from Chicago!). It was a very nice club, and we sat on comfortable couches in the front row. Fortunately for us, all of the performers ...


A travel blog entry by depaysement on Jun 05, 2013

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... thought. When we did eventually find it we were greeted by Nick, a stereotypical American hippy. Although very small, the 'museum' was very interesting and there was no mistaking Nick's passion for all things fluorescent. He talked us through several rocks and showed us them under various lights, all of which gave quite striking results. He also showed us everyday objects which contain some kinds of fluorescent, we found this part especially interesting - ...

Layover Tour to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by bdtrump on Mar 17, 2013

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... than a dark green house hidden in the midst of a sea of decorated noble chateaus. Much easier to spot was the Saint Nicholas Basilica, which dominated much of the canal skyline.

After disembarking, Frank and I ventured into the fabled Red Light District. Movies like Eurotrip make this area of the city to seem like a 24/7 party town, and for once the movies seem to do the place justice. Even on a Sunday, waves of inebriated ...

Rambling thoughts

A travel blog entry by j-mac17 on Nov 02, 2012

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... there, but ended up returning to England because they did not have Australian health care. During the first part of the trip, I talked to Freda and George, from the Orkney Islands, quite a bit and was sorry to see them leave at Nuremburg. Sharon and Gary from MooseJaw were very pleasant, though Gary struggled with all the stairs. I also enjoyed meeting Donna and Dale, and Donna and Don, four friends from Moose Jaw who travel together. Christine and Dennis, who joined ...