Halte71

Address: Haltestraat 71, Zandvoort, Noord-Holland, 2042 LL, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Haltestraat 71, Zandvoort, is near Frans Hals Museum, Zandvoort aan Zee, Sint-Bavokerk (Church of St. Bavo), and Linnaeushof.
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Travel Blogs from Zandvoort

The rain has found us

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Sep 24, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... the rain had left many stranded in the hostel and the steep steps were covered in a stinky smokey marijuana haze. We walked up them quickly with held breath. The rain became drizzly showers in the afternoon so we made the most of it and left the hostel, walking around the museums and the famous 'iamsterdam' sign. We had wanted to go into the Van Gogh museum but it was unexpectedly closing an hour and a half early today, and ...

Gouda "rag and tag" market day

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 20, 2014

2 comments

... when we visit places. (Steve doesn't get to ride them Dawn) We hope the deal goes through OK. John went surfing the net and Isi published the newsletter and played “Words with friends” (scrabble). We did have a heavy shower when we were in Gouda but we were under cover at the time, most of the restaurants have a decking area outside for tables and chairs covered by big ...

Woah...Dutch

A travel blog entry by jmayo on Jul 11, 2014

5 comments, 28 photos

... rest of our time there. It was awesome! So many really cool cars, organized by decade, and then upstairs were 30 Maserati's. It was a really broad collection of cars and every one of them was historically significant. Some highlights were the old Rolls Royce's, the 1930's F1 cars, a red Model T Speedster and 2 amazing Jags - a D Type (probably the most expensive car in there) and an xk 120 (Nate's favorite). By the time we were done there it was time ...

Joan, there's a lady in the window!

A travel blog entry by saskilton on May 24, 2014

9 photos

... before they had to leave for the airport. So after a few sea sickness pills were popped we headed on down to the canals for a boat tour. We spent an hour meandering on our boat with a coachfull of Chinese tourists, who at one point were more fascinated with a blonde haired toddler than Amsterdams sights. We finally had a question answered.. "Why do all the gable topped buildings have hooks hanging off them?" Apparently they're hoisting hooks! Having walked up ...

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A travel blog entry by bmenke on Feb 22, 2014

4 photos

... knowing very little about the history, but quickly gained some insight.

Amsterdam was the birth place of the infamous Dutch Indies Trading Companies. A trading company that made most trading possible and quite profitable trading in gold, slaves, spices and more. It is the birth of capitalism which made history. Amsterdam also played a role in WWII as a safe haven to Jews because as long as they stayed like the Catholics before they were free to ...