Hotel Abcoude

Address: Kerkplein 7, Abcoude, Utrecht, 1391, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kerkplein 7, Abcoude, is near The Amstel, ArenA, Amstelpark, and Pathe ArenA.
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    Travel Blogs from Abcoude

    The unfortunate state of a normal flight to the US

    A travel blog entry by unconnected_k on Oct 22, 2014

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    ... to water the nearby fern, that to me seemed rather more plastic than anything that could possibly have ever grown in actual soil... and refill my bottle from the tap on the other side of the 2 gigantic X-ray machines that I'm sure once before the airport "space age era" was a normal gate with plenty of seats, for passengers as well as every loved one under the moon off to see you board your flight. Ah the good old days. Now two things are within sight in a departures ...


    A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... some time out for a rest at 5 pm (hate to name drop but this time tomorrow we will be getting ready for our dinner at the Eiffel Tower!!) Beautiful blue skies to enjoy our canal tour which finished at 7 pm. A recce of the Railway Station to work out platform, directions and timings for our 8.15 am departure to Paris tomorrow. We enjoyed dinner at our restaurant from last night and returned home by 8.15 in time for Kelly to Repack, once again!! Sent from my ...

    Last Day in France

    A travel blog entry by dresselhuis on Aug 03, 2014

    31 photos

    ... two. One of the last castles we visited was closed, yet you could clearly tell that this was the château in which Hergé, the esteemed author of the famous Tintin series, used as his inspiration to use its same architectural design as Captain Haddock’s Marlinspike Hall.

    What a way to spend our last day touring in Europe as a family. It has been a wonderful time and I can confidently state that we have all grown in our compatibility with each other over the ...

    Day 4: The Doms of Utrecht

    A travel blog entry by dresselhuis on Jul 08, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... to fires and hurricanes that devastated, not only the tower, but the town. In fact, the bell tower itself was built separate from the cathedral itself because, at the time, it was believed that the church could be built large enough to eventually connect to the 350ft tower. However, this was not meant to be, and currently a large courtyard, now a road and bikeway route, lies between the ...

    DAY DRIE (3)

    A travel blog entry by dresselhuis on Jul 07, 2014

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    (July 7'14)
    Today we drove to Roermond to spend the day mostly visiting memorials and cemeteries. The weather made our excursion significantly more enjoyable as we drove the site where my dad's grandparents were buried. We headed home via Nijmegen and Arnhem to the War Cemetery at Oosterbeek as well as the ...