Hofje van Maas

Hogeweg 38A, Zandvoort, Noord-Holland, 2042 GH, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hogeweg 38A, 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

Day 22 (Amsterdam)

A travel blog entry by marcohj on Jun 01, 2014

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I'm sorry if this is bad, I'm a bit drunk and thus unable to write to the best of my ability. We woke up last in out dorm, mainly because this one guy was snoring so loud (he is currently snoring oh my god). We got up, showered and got dressed quickly then hit the town, in search of a bike to hire. We got breakfast (we both got fried eggs) but could barely finish it; food portions are so large here for some reason. After brekky we went in search of a ...

The little day before the big trip!

A travel blog entry by girlfriday on Apr 11, 2014

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So tomorrow is the big day for my next exciting adventure. Rucksack is packed, taxi is booked for 4am and I'm anxiously double-checking that I haven't overlooked anything, like details of where I'm staying or my back-up debit card. Now I know I'll need an early night, I'm predictably buzzing with energy and counting down the hours. Realistically, ...

Day 89 and 90... Amsterdammmmmm!

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Oct 13, 2013

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... It drizzled, but didnt pour until the late afternoon and we had gumboots so nothing could stop us. We spent the next hour paddling around the canals, exploring another side of this awesome city. Paddling on the canal bikes was a little difficult at first, until we realised that there was no point trying to go fast, it's easier if you go with the flow - of the canal. So under bridges, around corners, through plants and almost crashing into house boats we went. Sometimes ...

World War II And The Dutch

A travel blog entry by marty387 on Aug 16, 2013

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... into an assembly point for Jews destined for the concentration camps. The theatre is gone, but a memorial was created, along with the sur names of all Jewish families that lost their lives. We continued our walk until we came upon the Portuguese Synagogue, which was built in the 1670's. It is a big, open and simple place of worship. Still in the mood to walk, we found ourselves among the many stalls of the Waterlooplein Flea ...

Brussels to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by jrpeacock on Jun 28, 2013

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Not the best nights sleep to be honest. We awoke to the delightful spluttering of a Spanish girl throwing up into the bin at 2am. I've never known a drunk vommer to be so moany! It was one of those situations where everyone had some sort of advice to give "don't let her lay down" "give her some water" "take her out for fresh air"- all very helpful for her poor friend. I was tempted to add my advice - "put her in the corridor". I just wanted to go back ...