Grand Hotel Karel V Utrecht

Address: Geertebolwerk 1, Utrecht, Utrecht, 3511 XA, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
 
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      St Martin's Cathedral.

      A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 05, 2014

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      ... to him.


      The shortened version of his story is that it was a cold day when St Martin, then a soldier, was approached by a naked beggar for help. All that he owned were his clothes, (horse and equipment belonging to his emperor), so he cut his cloak in half and gave half to the beggar. Following this event, he was "visited" by the beggar as Jesus. St Martin then saw the ...

      The Not So Rosy Reality

      A travel blog entry by lindsaypund on Jun 30, 2014

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      After spending the past two days acting as tourists and appreciating the beauty of the Netherlands, today was time to get down to business. We’re in Utrecht because it is the headquarters of BCD Travel (I think this is amazing – what a beautiful city for a global company to be from!) and there are plenty of great people to meet here.

      As such, our schedule was back-to-back meetings and started with Peter Buisman, SVP of HR ...

      Holland

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

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      ... the boys. The girls in the window were very forward and made it awkward to even look in their direction. On the plus side, I didn't feel unsafe or anything like that and I think it's something you should see. After this I had a few quiet days around Utrecht, and went kayaking in the canals after we decided we should because while biking through the forest we saw a fat kid doing it... Essentially. This was a two hour period of near complete and perfect ...

      Funny Friday and running

      A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Apr 25, 2014

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      ... 15 kilos. And when we putted it in to the machine, it was perfectly balanced at that weight, while the screen told us we had 23 kilos complimentary. Ah well, I'll buy some Hungarian bricks to take home. Budapest it is. The Paris of Eastern Europe. Consisting of two towns divided by the river Donau. I originally saw the lobby of the Continental and decided to go for it. It has the allure and grandeur. And it was on the bucket list. With a lot of other places ...

      Paying our way through Europe with chocolate

      A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Dec 02, 2013

      16 photos

      ... 8230;') and started the trek to Utrecht (see what I did there!). We had to change trains at Antwerp and Rotterdam, but the journey went very quickly.

      The first thing Joanna and I were struck by was the sheer volume of bikes in Utrecht. Bikes upon bikes, on top of bikes! It’s great that the city caters for such a healthy travel mode though. The lovely Rianne picked us up at the station. She greeted us by saying: ‘Good for you!’ because in Paris, we were ...