Hotel Jo van den Bosch

Address: Boschdijkstraat 39a, Den Bosch, Noord-Brabant, 5211 VD, Netherlands | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Den Bosch

        A day in Den Bosch

        A travel blog entry by ceeceesanders on Jul 19, 2015

        47 photos

        ... that house entrace actually was an alleyway :)

        After some turns and cute roads we stood in front of a fountain, the "Dieske". Dieske is a boy who lived in the 15th century. He frequently urinated into the Binnendieze (from which he gets his name). One day when playing on the town walls he realized that he had to relieve himself again and from where he stood doing this he saw, in the distance, a group of soldiers approaching. He rushed to the town hall to warn ...

        A Golden Dragon and a Couple of Courgettes

        A travel blog entry by jbowles on May 27, 2015

        2 comments, 16 photos

        ... made! We had a coke in the Markt then strolled to the church, St Janskathedraal (generally regarded as the finest Gothic church in the country says The Rough Guide to The Netherlands!) There are loads and loads of shops, bars and restaurants around and about the winding streets. It would defo be worth a second look / stay here some other time! Back to ...


        A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 01, 2014

        ... Ijsselmeer.

        While the plans for a train line didn't make it to fruition, there is now a motorway across the top of the dyke providing an efficient link between the north and north-east coastline.

        On our way across the Afslitdijk, stopped at The Watchtower, with the statue of Cornelius Lely (led the movement to reclaim the Zuiderzee) and the statue of a bricklayer, acknowledging all the labourers involved in the construction effort. Looked left, ...

        The Netherlands

        A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Jun 26, 2014

        1 comment, 23 photos

        Like we did with Ghent in Belgium, we're making Utrecht our base in Holland and using the trains to explore the other cities. The trains between Utrecht and Amsterdam; Rotterdam and The Hague, all take approximately 30 minutes and there are 4 an hour.

        Utrecht is a stunning city, I think it is my favourite European city so far! Having said that, almost every city we stay in we say 'I could live here!'

        Like all of Holland, Utrecht has ...

        Home at last

        A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Mar 09, 2014

        1 comment, 1 photo

        ... today) and enjoy having some time to get organized. If only for a day. You know it's important for me to keep organized. So I've to unpack, look after my mail (maybe even a lonesome birthdaycard), download my pics, do my laundry and get groceries to get this thing on a roll again on my own. But I'm a happy camper with again another experience. Thank you all for reading. Signing off for this ...