Hotel Bergse Bossen

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

    We're on the road again... to Amsterdam!!!

    A travel blog entry by laurenmcwilliam on Aug 06, 2013

    ... a pretty place actually, minus all the people doing weed in the middle of the street and the horrid smell that it lets off. Out mini walk/tour through Amsterdam ended in the Red Light District which, let me tell you was awkward and unpleasant and I wont be going there any time soon again that's for sure. We just walked down an ally where the girls just stand behind closed glass door wearing pretty much nothing and wiggle their fingers at the boys to try and get them to come in. It ...

    Vincent Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by erinkats on Jul 03, 2013

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    ... of his relatively short life and ascension from preacher's son to famed painter. Understanding what we were looking at, really helped us connect to the paintings and see the change as his style matured throughout his life. I was surprised they did not explain why van Gogh took his life at the age of 37, other than to say he had attacks [of the crazies]. Fairly uneducated in art history, or art in general, both Dmitriy and I found this museum ...

    Exploring Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by simpsontravels on May 16, 2013

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    ... generations of a family and He also establishes new legacies when people turn away from the patterns in which they once walked, turn to Jesus, and believe in Him. It is these types of things that I have seen at work in Uganda in the past. Families who were in bondage to witchcraft, addiction, greed, personal peace, or simply doing the best they can but seeking to do in their own strength have been miraculously changed by God here in Uganda and throughout the world. In my ...

    Amsterdam Tue Dec 18 - Day 18

    A travel blog entry by memedfamily on Dec 18, 2012

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    ... of water, 1 metre of mud and 1 metre of bikes. There are special canal boats that exist only to go along all the canal networks and pull out all the junk that ends up in the canals. The tour went past wonky houses (wonky because when the canal waters go down the timber pilings on which houses are built start to rapidly rot once exposed to oxygen), and past more of the fantastic night illuminations by modern ...

    Bikes galore

    A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Aug 20, 2012

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    ... Everyone seems to ride over here, all ages, all sizes. There are even multi-storey car parks just for bikes! There are cars on the road, but with many of the streets only available to bikes and pedestrians, it makes it a great place to get around.

    Our first day was spent going to the Floriade. The Floriade is held every ten years and this year it was located in the south of Holland in Venio, which was approximately three hours ...