Hotel De Dennen

Address: Pastoor van Kleefstraat 23, Egmond aan Zee, Noord-Holland, 1931 BL, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Pastoor van Kleefstraat 23, Egmond aan Zee, is near Stedelijk Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Egmond aan Zee

Fourth Day In Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by km66182 on Jul 16, 2015

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... that was attached to the canals. We even went in one, where the person inside was making peanut oil, and then we could go up onto the balcony of the windmill where you could get up close to sails (Don't worry there wasn't any wind!). Before we went to the windmills, we had a look in the clog factory. Clogs are what the Dutch used to wear, because they were good in the field, they were waterproof, and they were warm in the winter. They had a collection of clogs to start ...

Harlem, Netherlands

A travel blog entry by parkerjudy on May 20, 2015

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... cobblestone streets, market square, church, clock tower, canals, lots of cafes and restaurants and bikes everywhere. English was well spoken and people were really friendly and helpful. Surrounding countryside was low lying very green pastures and abundant wind farms. By the time of our return, new passengers had boarded, we had our safety drill and set off for ...

Amsterdam? Holland? The Netherlands? Which is it!

A travel blog entry by lchristopher12 on Feb 25, 2015

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... of running water would give them away. Interestingly the house/museum is completely unfurnished. In 1944 when the SS troops found the two families, they confiscated all their belongs. The father, Otto Frank, was the only survivor and insisted that when the museum opened in 1960 that it be unfurnished. He believed it was important that visitors saw and felt the absence the SS troops had left. Its a very heavy and emotional experience to walk through the empty house. Even more ...

Amsterdam (14/1)

A travel blog entry by the_wes on Jan 14, 2015

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... a taxi, and this was not a normal taxi. It was a car manufacturer Tesla. The sports car was pretty crazy, it had like a touch screen computer in the front, it was mad. Never seen these cars in Australia. After we got to our hotel, we checked in and only had a 30min wait for our room to be ready. We were informed again that no wifi in the rooms, just free wifi in the lobby, what is the world coming to if you don't get ...

A Side Trip to Delft

A travel blog entry by al-karen on Dec 01, 2014

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... a ways to the bus station and take the 81 to old town Delft. It's a quick ride for €2 each but any walking I can save for Mom is good. The whole town square is deserted. Some of the stores are closed and when we asked about the Delft Blue factory, the bookstore lady thought it might be closed. Besides, it's a partial tram ride coupled with a long walk which is not happening. Fortunately for Karen, not me, there's a Royal Delft shop right here on the square so ...