Hotel-Pension Berg en Bos

Aquamarijnstraat 58, Apeldoorn, Gelderland, Netherlands | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Aquamarijnstraat 58, Apeldoorn, is near Paleis Het Loo.
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    Travel Blogs from Apeldoorn

    The World of the House of Orange

    A travel blog entry by tofor85 on Jul 21, 2013

    1 comment, 25 photos

    Het Loo Palace is imbued with the lives and history of the Dutch Royal family. It was the favorite place of William III and Mary II, and later Queen Wilhelmina. On a beautiful warm day like today, its not hard to see why. Natalie and I have visited many castles, royal residences and palaces since our arrival in Europe. We were both in agreement, that todays visit to Het Loo may have just about been our favorite of the lot so ...

    Windmills

    A travel blog entry by cbobbtravels on Sep 01, 2012

    5 photos

    ... of rain a year, one can certainly rejoice when there is sunshine.
    The tour of the windmill was interesting. It is very cramped with low ceilings and hard to maneuver with the steep stairways, but families do manage as these are working windmills. In fact there is a wait list of people who want to become "millers." ...

    (Very) cool runnings...

    A travel blog entry by turnernz on Feb 05, 2012

    2 photos

    I guess that marathon number 13 fitted nicely into my growing series of "How not to run a Marathon". In my defence, I was labouring under the assumption that the marathon would be cancelled. This was on the basis that we arrived in Amsterdam at 6:30am on Sunday morning to find the city covered thickly in snow and temperatures well below freezing. I checked the Midwinter Marathon website (http://www.midwintermarathon.nl/en/pag es/marathon.php - for anyone who ...

    The Dutch Versailles

    A travel blog entry by marziadcc on Jul 02, 2011

    26 photos

    The final stop on this marvelous trip had to end of course in grand style and it fell upon the Dutch Versailles to complete the journey.
    The first impression that rebounces from the royal walls is its symmetry. Built in Dutch Baroque style in the 17th century, it was designed by Jacob Roman and Johan van Swieten as a summer residence to the House of Orange - Nassau for stadtholder king William III ...

    Friends Make the World a Better Place

    A travel blog entry by lisamcl on Jul 12, 2010

    9 comments, 15 photos

    ... time. I think it’s one of those places that overwhelms at first but if you take the time to explore the side streets, sit in a café, see the city from a boat in the canals, or just browse through the markets, it will grow on you. As expected, my favourite part was the architecture, particularly the tall, narrow, long houses that line the canals. I started my day with a boat tour of the canals and then navigated my way to Anne Frankhuis ...