Hotel Het Hart van Weesp

Address: Herengracht 35, Weesp, Noord-Holland, 1382 AH, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Herengracht 35, Weesp, is near ArenA, Flevoparkbad (outdoor), Blijburg (Happy Village), and Pathe ArenA.
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        Travel Blogs from Weesp

        Day 5:From Weipoortse Vliet to Amsterdam

        A travel blog entry by yviphotonl on May 27, 2015

        Today we went to Amsterdam, the camping we are staying is called Gaasper Camping, we stay here for 2 nights. When we were settled at our spot we took the metro to Amsterdam Centre and had some diner. After that we did some grocerie shopping and went back to the camping. Tomorrow we planned to do some sightseeing in ...

        Amsterdam to Africa

        A travel blog entry by txherrins on Feb 24, 2015

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        We are nearing our destination which is approximately 233 miles from the Equator.

        We emerge from the cool interior of our Airbus into the warm, humid night air of Tanzania. Inside the bustling airport there is no air conditioning, and warm becomes hot. We are greeted by a representative of the tour company who collects passports and $100 (new ...


        A travel blog entry by amandane on Oct 01, 2014

        28 photos

        ... Stayokay' located next to Vondel Park, to the south of the city. I was instantly in awe of Amsterdam. It is such a uniquely beautiful city. The canals, the flower pots spilling with flowers on almost every lamp post, the narrower than narrow buildings and all the bicycles. It's no wonder that the city centre was given unesco world heritage status in 2010; it's amazing! We checked in and wasted no time making our way to Dam Square, in the heart of the city, to ...

        Beautiful bicycle rides

        A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Sep 25, 2014

        1 comment, 24 photos

        ... beside a local fortress. The view was beautiful, boats motored past us, geese sunbathed and we were surrounded with rich green farmland. We biked on and found ourselves on very unused paths, greeting locals and farmers and surrounded by cattle, goats and sheep. It was so beautiful. The houses in this area were roofed differently and all of the farms had gorgeous barns for the animals. The cows wore collars and bells and the farmland was just like the Waikato- lush ...

        Day 2 in Amsterdam

        A travel blog entry by greg.wedman on Jul 07, 2014

        5 photos

        ... canal boat again and went to the Rijksmuseum to visit the park outside. Daniel & Blake discovered a fountain that they played in while Kim and I enjoyed a break in the clouds. We wandered up the park and found a nice place to have a picnic snack. While there, we were entertained by the many dogs that people were walking and playing with as well as a little toddler who was dancing along to the guitar that a young guy in the park was playing. We then visited the Van Gogh museum, ...