Het Wapen van Harmelen

Address: Dorpsstraat 14, Harmelen, Utrecht, 3481 EK, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dorpsstraat 14, Harmelen, is near Slot Zuylen.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Het Wapen van Harmelen

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Harmelen

I Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Aug 13, 2014

12 photos

... a quick journey to a clog and cheese shop/factory. We saw a clog get made in front of our eyes then proceeded to taste some cheese with a nip or ten of raspberry wine. Checked into the hotel, rushed Aimee though a quick get her ready before shooting down for dinner and then straight onto the bus and into Amsterdam Central. We stopped in at a local coffee shop in the red light district for a quick puff before the group met up for ...

Love Amsterdam.....wish we had more time here

A travel blog entry by koolajsp on Jul 14, 2014

8 photos

... The father Otto wanted the space to reflect the emptiness that was left behind after the loss of so many Jewish people. The marks on the wall where Anne and her sister's height was recorded is still clearly visible, with the blackout curtains providing a true picture of how they lived here. We saw the bookcase, went up the extremely steep stairs, went through each room and saw the original diary. The bravery of the people helping ...

Neville Haze

A travel blog entry by anyssa on Jun 24, 2014

3 photos

... As the day went on it got colder and colder so after exploring the chilly streets of Amsterdam (mostly because I had no idea where I was) I decided to call it an early night (still past midnight) to catch up on some VERY much needed sleep. Tomorrow I'll hopefully be able to do most of the tours that I want to! We shall ...

Holland - more than tulips!

A travel blog entry by wiedmeyer2 on Apr 18, 2014

1 comment, 41 photos

... to the windmill village and saw the wooden shoes museum and how chocolate was made. That was a tasty treat.

We went through the famous city of Hague where world leaders meet but we skipped the politics and went to an amazing panoramic museum. The 360 degree scenery of the North Sea and surrounding villages were painted in 1818. Real sand dunes were placed around the front of the panoramic scene and they blend in with the painting quite realistically so ...

Amsterdam 8th Aug

A travel blog entry by aileenlewis50 on Aug 09, 2013

2 comments, 9 photos

... it was still broad daylight the sun doesnt set before 10 pm most nights here!!! Yay like the best daylight saving! Tomorrow Jeanette and I will head for morning coffee in our favourite coffee shop and then at 1 pm to an old Dutch village near the Eisselmere( the lake previously part of the Zuider Zee which was formally blocked off from the North Sea to avoid mass flooding. Last time we visited Holland we went to Vollendam which is on the Eisselmere ...