Hotel Bergse Bossen

Address: Traaij 299, Driebergen, Utrecht, 3971 GM, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Traaij 299, Driebergen, is near Slot Zeist.
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    Travel Blogs from Driebergen

    Cheese and wine

    A travel blog entry by ginganinjas on Nov 28, 2014

    At about 8pm we landed in Amsterdam after another lonnnnng flight. Our biological clocks were not doing well. We had just flown 7 hours, but the clock was turned back with 4 hours.... Totally confusing, but at least we safely reached our destination. Our aunt and uncle picked us up at the airport in Schiphol. With open arms and wide smiles we were warmly welcomed to the Netherlands.

    We had a trip to Driebergen where we would spend the next week at ...

    Almost China Bound, with an itinerary for life

    A travel blog entry by strockmeijer on Aug 27, 2014

    5 comments, 4 photos

    We are all packed and are we awaiting to start a new adventure to the Far East. This adventure is much bigger than all our adventures so far...this adventure is for a lifetime. After two and half years of waiting, and lots and lots of frustration and paperwork and more waiting and more paperwork and more frustration, the time has finally arrived to pick up our son, Yu Fe Qiang. We recieved "the phone call" for the match on 15 april 2014 and have ...

    Apartment on the Canal

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 26, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

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    A bit later in the evening, following a dinner that would have been very nice if not for the extremely loud table next to us (you can’t take Americans anywhere!) we decided that we should venture towards the Red Light District to have a quick look at one of Amsterdam’s most famous areas. Along the way we happened upon a very busy little bar and decided to pop in for a quick drink and it turned out to be one of Amsterdam’s ...

    An Adult Playground

    A travel blog entry by kateandglen on Jun 13, 2014

    75 photos

    ... good thing because after 30mins in the line it was already way longer than when we started. It took an hour and a half to get in but was worth it. It was truly amazing that they managed to keep so many of them hidden in such a tiny dark place for so long (8 of them for 2 years). The museum was very interesting and sad but you can still walk through the old factory, go through the book case that hid them and go through most of the house. It was very eerie. ...

    Amsterdam, the fair city

    A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on Apr 20, 2014

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... are certain of is that you speak your mind honestly and everything will be ok. Some people find this belligerent and it can be, but when you see it as a cultural quality and not personal it can be almost endearing. I certainly could not fault the efforts of my concierge and yet his manner may have been seen to be just a little strong. Having worked with Dutch people for years I recognised it and held my ground, spoke just as confidently and we got on very well. I like the Dutch. They are ...