Golden Tulip Hotel De Reiskoffer

Address: Pastoor Van Breugelstraat 45, Bosschenhoofd, Noord-Brabant, 4744 AA, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Pastoor Van Breugelstraat 45, Bosschenhoofd.
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      Travel Blogs from Bosschenhoofd

      The Old Industry

      A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Sep 05, 2014

      6 photos

      We departed the port after a long yet comfortable ferry crossing from England. We didn't have far to go, but our first order of business was to set the car up for driving in Europe. We brought "Meg" our righthand drive Renault Megane over instead of using a rental. This meant we had to prepare our British car for European rules; headlight adapters, emergency roadside kit onboard, and a GB sticker to let the locals know we were driving on the opposite side of the ...

      Amsterdam to Gouda - 99 km/59 miles!!!

      A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Jul 26, 2014

      3 photos

      ... his fault), I had to calm myself down and enjoy the rest of the ride. It wasn't hard to do in such beautiful scenery. I did notice that every time I had to stop it was an ugly uncoordinated event. I realized that I was still unconsciously scared to put weight on my left foot because of my ankle fracture so I was hopping along just like little kids do when they are learning to get off their bikes. I had to consciously remind myself to put the weight on ...

      Delft

      A travel blog entry by brsant on Jun 16, 2014

      13 photos

      ... some risotto for lunch, as the weather was rather gloomy and rainy today. About two, we went for a drive to Delft, which used to be the town where the royal family lived.
      It is quite a pretty town, lots of older looking apartment buildings and canals. Lots of shops with delft china, in the blue and white pattern. Some of it very expensive, I will remember for a long time. I went to buy a dish thinking it was 6 euro 50 ...

      Head Over Heels in Like

      A travel blog entry by christinec2013 on Mar 24, 2014

      14 photos

      Tuesday 18 March So I arrived in Maastrict in the evening after there hours in transit. And I arrived at the house of Clara, my Couchsurfing host. She lives with three other girls in a sweet little apartment in the south of Maastricht. They are all uni students, mostly doing their masters and preparing for exams which are next week, eeeekk!! So I was super grateful that they accepted me into their place, considering how busy and stressed out they were. And that they made ...

      If it's Tuesday, this must be … Delft?

      A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on May 07, 2013

      3 comments, 6 photos

      ... which turns out to be infrastructure engineering. She was very enthusiastic, and this was her first time leading a walking tour for Rolinka. She did a pretty good job, I thought. She walked us around the canals, showed us the first iron bridge in Delft (which was originally erected in honor of a Mr. Fish, and during the bridge's first year, only Mr. Fish was allowed to cross it), competed with a very loud coot in the water below us, and took us into the Oude ...