Het Rechthuis aan den Amstel

Schans 32, Uithoorn, Noord-Holland, 1421 BB, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Schans 32, Uithoorn, is near Aalsmeer Flower Auction (Bloemenveiling Aalsmeer).
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Travel Blogs from Uithoorn

Day 5: Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Aug 26, 2014

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... today was devoted to heading to Den Haag (The Hague) to talk road safety. Originally we were all going to jump on the train, and Daniel and Dad were going to explore the city while I earned my tax credits (accomplished professional development). However, after such a big day yesterday, we all decided it would be good to have a lazyish day, and in the end Dad and Daniel decided to stay in Amsterdam to relax while I went and made a considerable write off ...

The Dutch Resistance Museum

A travel blog entry by newtoa on Aug 02, 2014

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Tim attempted getting on the Baltic cruise until the night before it left. Because the price didn't come down to where we wanted it and we don't have a Russian visa to visit St. Petersburg, we decided to execute Plan B. We will break out the Eurail passes we purchased stateside. We took yesterday to plan and make reservations for the next few days. Today we visited The Dutch Resistance Museum. After bombing Rotterdam in 1940, the Germans ...

Sorry about the long gap

A travel blog entry by jordansgo on Jul 01, 2014

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... the Markermeer and entered the IJsselmeer - still freshwater and shallow. Having got very fed up with the depth alarm going off continuously we disabled it and set ourselves to keep a careful eye on the depth gauge. We overnighted in Enkhuizen and visited the museum - not the clearest explanation of the history but apparently the Zuiderzee was formed back in the 1100's when the sea broke through a line of dunes which are now the Friesian Islands. Then after years of ...

Everything is better nowadays

A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Apr 28, 2014

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... Not the stuff they want to show to the tourists. At the end of the trip, near our hotel, it started to rain. We took a cab to the airport. I watched western civilization pass by my window. The culture rape by uniforming any country they can. The clown (McDonalds) accompanied by the King (Burger King), a colonel (KFC), but way more. Aldi, Lidl, C&A. It's not better in the streets where the financially lucky go. I got bored by Louis (Vuitton), Christian ...

It's so easy...

A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Mar 27, 2014

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... away as we trotted behind to our well appointed room. Then in time honoured fashion we headed off in search of supplies in the local convenience store. Whisky!!! so far 4 attempts have resulted in failure. I fear that Holland is now a radical Muslim state only selling banana milkshake and cheese...... Sign of the Day: A vital and strategic piece of public safety information was spotted on the door of a lift at the airport...... NO BALLOONS!! I ...