Hotel Breda

Roskam 20, Breda, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Breda


A travel blog entry by bjf347


Had a great day today in Holland, but before I tell you about it, I want to tell you one more thing about France. Remember when I was so disappointed that I didn't get to take the boat ride to see the Calanques? Well, guess what! I got to see them after all. Here's a picture. Beautiful, isn't it? The only problem is that I took this picture of a picture in Marseille airport. But now I can say that I did see the Calanques, and they are ...

Around the world in ... days (NL/EN)

A travel blog entry by leongerrits


Nu dat ik 27 jaar oud ben is het tijd om de balans op te maken. In het Bourgondische Brabant opgegroeid, uitstapjes gemaakt naar Helsinki en München (studie/stage) en leuke jobs gevonden in het werkgebied van mijn passie: online marketing. Hierbij heb ik veel mogen leren en fantastische mensen om me heen verzameld, maar voor mijn gevoel nog niet genoeg van de wereld ...

5 days in Holland

A travel blog entry by tanichani


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I arrived in Frankfurt and had some time to get refreshed in the arrival lounge before boarding my train to Utrecht.

Chanan picked me up at ...

Relaxing day in Utrecht

A travel blog entry by faithstravels


... and character of a larger old city like Amsterdam, but with much less chaos that is often connected with big cities. Widely known as a good "college town", Utrecht seems to attract a younger, more diverse crowd than Amsterdam which seems to have many more tourists. The residential areas are peaceful and quiet, but are still just as gorgeous of those popular in Amsterdam. Imagine a row of Dutch apartments with ivy growing along their brick walls and flowers on ...

Where else but Breda?

A travel blog entry by where-else


... Pitt & Ian were there to welcome me with open arms!

Having bought the Voordeelurenkaart Card, we bought the train ticket at the automated machine. For all you unfamiliar with the Voordeelurenkaart Card, this card costs 55 Euro for a Year and its most distinct benefit is that it provides the user, as well as three other person, with a 40% discount on all NS trains. Hence, this is definitely a worthwhile investment if you decide to stay in Netherlands for an ...


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