Hotel Ernst Sillem Hoeve

Address: Soestdijkerweg 10-B, Lage-Vuursche, Utrecht, 3734 MH, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Soestdijkerweg 10-B, Lage-Vuursche, is near Castle-Museum Sypesteyn and Pandhof Sinte Marie.
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      Amsterdam (15/1)

      A travel blog entry by the_wes on Jan 15, 2015

      66 photos

      ... was reasonably quiet. Now next stop, pancakes! After Adam's highest of recommendations, we hit up Pancakes Amsterdam. Was a great time to walk in, as the place was nearly fully inside, and as I said earlier, the weather wasn't that great. As there was only 1 waiter, so service was a lil slow, but we weren't in a hurry. Colleen ordered a apple and mixed nut pancake, me I went the American style pancakes with bacon, like what Adam did. ...

      Home again & why it's no fun being a goat

      A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Oct 04, 2014

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      ... mean suppress people because they -peacefully- speak up. Our first king stood up to his Spanish nephew as he "could no longer live in a world that didn't allow for freedom of speech and freedom of religion". I just hope that such wisdom that over time will make the difference, is a wisdom that also can or will be found in the beautiful Kingdom of Morocco. 16:28 pm. Touchdown in the The Netherlands. Early; so you see. Things can change. Time to leave my wicked thoughts and head ...

      Travel Day - arrived in Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by kimjasiak on Aug 22, 2014

      11 photos

      ... turnstiles that everyone was scanning to go out, so I held my breath and walked through - no alarms. Then all I needed to do is cross the street to the hotel. With all the tourists freaked out by the rain, all the people and all the construction this did not seem trivial - I could not find the entrance. So as I was walking up and down the block saw a guy puking ...

      All over Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 17, 2014

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      ... quarter was rather odd. The only things remaining that were remotely Jewish were the synagogues. This is because during WWII many Jewish people escaped to Amsterdam as religious refugees. However, when the Nazis took over the city the area was abandoned. WWII went on for over two more years and the Allies never came to free the city so the people of Amsterdam went to the abandoned Old Jewish Quarter (because all the Jews had been deported ...

      Brussels to Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by ninarose30 on Jul 01, 2014

      ... made it to Amsterdam. Got yelled at by the bathroom maid and she pushed Molly so we said f you and found a different one. Much nicer. We first found a "coffee shop" and got into the Amsterdam spirt and got a lighter from the coffe shop. than we walked around the red light district and took lost off pictures. We got onto a train at 7:28 and got to the airport to find our flight delayed. Molly had to check her bag, fingered crossed nothing goes wrong. Waiting to board flight to ...