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Address: Renbaanstraat 17 - 23, Scheveningen, Zuid-Holland, 2586 EW, Netherlands | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Renbaanstraat 17 - 23, Scheveningen, is near Madurodam, The Hague Municipal Museum (Haags Gemeentemuseum), The Peace Palace, and Peace Palace (Vredespaleis).
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    Travel Blogs from Scheveningen

    Day 14- still in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by rachaelmcneil on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... booked another nights accommodation in Amsterdam and caught a train and a tram all the way back into town. Got to my hostel and it was horrible. There were these men in my room and I just didn't feel comfortable. I didn't want to leave my stuff in the but eventually they went out and I dint too. Went for a walk and got another felafel for dinner and some cheesy fries and basically just had nice long look around. ...

    The Netherlands - Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by jamesandbre on May 18, 2014

    3 photos

    ... Stroop waffles - sugary goodness! 12 for 70cents Brie cheese - is only €1 Cheese shops - are everywhere and all have free tastings! Bikes - there's more than 1million bikes to 700,000 amsterdammers Sea level - everywhere is below sea level, lowest point is 6.7m, if global warming continues the city will be one of the first to flood Flowers - 75% of the worlds flower bulb production comes from the Netherlands Canals - there's more than 150 canals in Amsterdam and 1,200 ...

    Back to the past

    A travel blog entry by gsjonuk on Nov 17, 2013

    4 photos

    ... antique phone boxes , etc.). Everything was moved here from their original locations throughout the country and situated on a working demonstration farm. Even the farm livestock was historic, being obsolete non-commercial breeds not wanted in modern farming operations. The buildings were closed for the winter season but we knew this and appreciated the reduced off season admission. Despite the place not running at full mast, ...

    Tour de Dam op de Fiets

    A travel blog entry by pamelankatie on Aug 09, 2013

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... else would get out of our way...so it took a little getting used to at first. Our first stop on the journey was at the Magere brug (the skinny bridge) and our guide explained how the canals and houses were first built, and how much it would cost to own property on the river Amstel today. (Too rich for our blood!). In only 10 short minutes from the bridge, we were out of the city and biking along beautiful countryside paths, following the ...

    First and probably last visit to Paris!

    A travel blog entry by marnie.roberts on Jul 02, 2013

    ... could get past the fact that they were eating little animals that they probably grew up playing with. After lunch we continued to the arch de triumph and challs of lesay, where Renata and I were shopping up a storm! At the moment we decided to split so Renata and I could take our time shopping and the other girls continue on. One particular shop that really stood out for us girls actually seemed like a park entrance with massive iron gates and ...