Grand Hotel Karel V Utrecht

Address: Geertebolwerk 1, Utrecht, Utrecht, 3511 XA, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
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      ... regulations only within Europe.

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      Day 11 Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on May 20, 2014

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      ... have quite a regal feel about them. Very different but very elegant. After settling in we went for a walk to Dam Square and in and around a large number of the canals including the view of the seven bridges of Reguliersgrachtirgracht. There is almost as many boats navigating the canals as there are cars! Getting used to the traffic is another thing as cars, motorbikes and cyclists (plus the odd tram) all compete for the same section ...


      A travel blog entry by jd.6392 on May 11, 2014

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      ... which is ridiculously beautiful. No one really told me that it was all canals and amazing architecture. All you hear about is the space cakes. But we toured about, saw the I Amsterdam sign and the Van Gogh museum. From there it was time for dinner and the red light district! We spent the night wandering the red light district, which was very interesting, and to be honest quite uncomfortable. We had a mixed gender group, and the girls all seemed more at ...

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