Die Raeckse Hotel

Address: Raaks 1-3, Haarlem, Noord-Holland, 2011 VA, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Oude Stad area of Haarlem, is near Frans Hals Museum, The Corrie ten Boom House, Teylers Museum, and Sint-Bavokerk (Church of St. Bavo).
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    To the beach!!!

    A travel blog entry by kcsinasia on May 03, 2015

    46 photos

    ... the way that the grocery chain Albert Heijn has added some more locations.) last year part of the museum was under renovation. Enjoyed seeing it all--the building used to be a men's almshouse, then an orphanage. And as impressive as the art and architecture were the flower arrangements--it was Tulipomania to the max!

    Shopped and had a good beer and burger dinner in a church turned pub. Then it was back to our room, where we did some laundry. Tomorrow is a sort of ...

    All Who Wander.......

    A travel blog entry by kcsinasia on Oct 03, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... all of approximately similar size but of numerous, varied styles.) It has been pleasant weather so far, warm and sunny except for a brief threat of sprinkles yesterday, so we wandered several more blocks, and stopped for an early supper at Ohm, enjoying delicious Indian food at an outdoor table. (When I popped my head in to ask, "When is dinner?", a very nice young man told me, "You can now dinner." So we did!) We then walked some more, ending up at a ...


    A travel blog entry by yaffa on Jul 31, 2014

    1 photo

    ... canals you get another perspective of this city with its history dating back to the beginning. We got off at centraal and made our way towards the tour office for our historical 3hour walking tour. Promptly at 11 we met our tour guide Jamie a Spanish guy who has made his home in Amsterdam because he just loves the lifestyle of this city. He began to explain and show us where it all began inthe early 1200,s apparently there was no Amsterdam, there was an sea on one side ...

    Trams, Boats and Bikes

    A travel blog entry by dillardstravels on Jun 01, 2014

    3 comments, 68 photos

    ... grew their country. They would build a dike and drain the land with canals diverting the water and with windmills acting as pumps. Land reclaimed from the sea is called a polder. 27% of the country is actually below sea level. Because they worked section by section creating new districts this is why the country is a series of dikes and canals. Although it is very beautiful, they still have to be mindful to carefully control water levels and maintain ...

    Steep Stairs, Raw Herring and Quick Bikers

    A travel blog entry by abonilla on Mar 31, 2014

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... normal; font-size-adjust: none; font-stretch: normal; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;">Back in fifth grade, I read Anne Frank's diary, and along with my parent's divorce and my move to the US, I sort of identified with her. Just like Anne felt trapped for years, so did I. I remember reading "I long to ride a bike, dance, whistle, look at the world, feel young and know that I'm free..." "The two of us looked out at the blue sky, the bare chestnut tree glistening ...