Hotel Restaurant Groenendijk

Address: Rijndijk 96, Hazerswoude Rijndijk, South Holland Province, 2394, The Netherlands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hazerswoude Rijndijk

Rugby in Leiden? Of course, we're Kiwis!

A travel blog entry by jennyart on Oct 12, 2015

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... an Aussie pub in Belgium?
We used Leiden as a base to visit other places, the first was Delft, another lovely place with very narrow canals and streets, but very geared for tourism. Could not believe that the cheeses in a cheese shop were plastic! The city did boast two wonderful churches , the old and the new ,although both seem to have been started about the 13 th century. The new one is where royalty is buried. It seems any well ...

Our European Adventure - Chapter 10 - Nederlands

A travel blog entry by brods1 on Sep 09, 2015

12 photos

... the house and damaging walls and windows, and more importantly, the goods. Clever people these Dutch. And you didn't think you would learn anything reading this blog. :-) All in all we found the bike tour to be so interesting and entertaining we thought "let's do a river cruise along the canals as well. That would have to be just as good" WRONG The only good thing about it was it gave me a chance to sit and snooze for half an hour. Even Alita nodded off a couple of times I think. ...

Second days in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by lucieandy on Jul 26, 2015

9 photos

... on the canals, so the mooring is worth much more then the house. We next made our way to the lowest part of the countryside known as Polders. These are areas of land that are dug lower by 7 meters and are used for flood plains in the event either the Rhine or the Amstel were to flood. Some brave soles even built homes down in these areas, betting the rivers will never flood, hmmm. After the Polders we made our way to ...

Warm Intro to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by christinewesten on Jun 05, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... some mischief that resulted in a whole lot of noise that was pretty spectacular. I don't think I have ever heard an elephant make noise in a zoo, but that pair made a commotion and put on quite a show. This is Amsterdam after all and I didn't even have to go to the Red Light District;)

I enjoyed a quick lunch at one of the zoo eateries. They had a delicious home made iced tea that I could have drank all day. I also had a sausage roll (a ...

Why did I buy an umbrella at the markets?

A travel blog entry by astrix7 on May 16, 2015

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... was pleasantly surprised at what I was able to buy. What I didn't expect to find were two things. The first was ONTBIJTKOEK also known as Breakfast Cake. Wow who would have thought that someone could invent a special cake for breakfast. It comes in a rectangular sliced block and has the texture of a madeira cake, but tastes of ginger, molasses and cinnamon. It is cheap as chips to buy and it is very yummy spread with butter. The ...