Hotel Keur

Address: Zeestraat 51, Zandvoort, Noord-Holland, 2042 LA, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Zeestraat 51, Zandvoort, is near Frans Hals Museum, Zandvoort aan Zee, Sint-Bavokerk (Church of St. Bavo), and Linnaeushof.
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    A travel blog entry by gsf on Sep 26, 2015

    1 comment

    We docked in Budapest during the night., Again we pulled the curtains to find another Viking boat rafted ************gside us. So much for the beautiful Budapest view! Finally it is pouring with rain. The rain we wanted to raise the river level. Just too late. The fact the boats were rafted up not only took our view but had a serious consequence. The *******s stole all our ships umbrellas as they went out on their tour across our boat ahead of us. Leaving insufficient ...

    Cinque Terre, Milan

    A travel blog entry by ggmuir on Sep 03, 2015

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... you are stopped at a station. A mother and toddler got on and although there was space in other compartments she insisted on pushing our luggage out of the way so she could have her pushchair in the corridor. The child was quite fractious, so between it and the loud Australians my head was splitting. Then the train broke down YEAH just what we need, a hot train, no toilets and a grizzling child. 15 minutes later, back on track ( no pun intended). I had hardly slept ...

    Amsterdam - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by jimandi on Jul 24, 2015

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... the early settlement. The mouth of the River Amstel, where the Damrak now is, formed a natural harbor which became important for trade. Amsterdam, the greatest planned city of northern Europe, has always been well known in world history because of its innovative developments in trade. The period of 1585-1672 known as "the Golden Age" was the hey-day of Amsterdam's commercial success, when the city was the heart of the world's economy- a leading center for finance and ...


    A travel blog entry by blaireharrison on Jun 03, 2015

    22 photos

    ... to imagine what life would have been like prewar and during the war. Things we learned in Amsterdam: They smoke a lot here too. Both cigarettes and pot. Watch out for Dutchies on bikes and the bike lane. They will run you over. Never stay at the Vivaldi Budget Hotel It cost a lot to ship the states They are very relaxed and it takes forever to eat a meal Most people are bilingual. They are friendly and helpful. Cobblestones hurt ...

    2011… Feel like riding, lets explore Wales

    A travel blog entry by hd_discovermore on Mar 09, 2015

    18 photos

    After being back in the office for some months, I am getting itchy feet again. No not to walk, but to take my motorcycle and go for a ride. Somewhere outside The Netherlands...

    Why not visit my good friends Andy and Donna in England, and cruise around Wales for some weeks? Quickly decided, I have my bags packed a week later and off I go. After months of riding home - work - home, this is what riding is all about. Packed bags, ...