Hotel Pension Bijpost

van Rijckevorselstraat 14, Zeist, Utrecht, 3972 ER, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on van Rijckevorselstraat 14, Zeist, is near Slot Zeist.
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Travel Blogs from Zeist

Day 25 (Amsterdam)

A travel blog entry by marcohj on Jun 03, 2014

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Today I woke up very very hungover in Lia and deejays dorm surrounded by strange people. Nim and Deejay came in around 11:30 (they were really weird because they'd only gotten home at 9am and had two hours sleep). I went upstairs for a shower and when I was done Nim and deejay had left to meet deejays friend who they went with for a picnic at the vondelpark. Me and Lia blobbed around our dorm for a bit reflecting on ...

Keukenhof - the greatest garden in the world

A travel blog entry by girlfriday on Apr 14, 2014

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... beauty of the flowers and the smell. There are lots of hyacinths in the borders which contribute to this, making it the ultimate sensory experience. Nobody quite knows how the tulip it came to be Holland's signature flower. They first came to Holland over 400 years ago when a very rich and wealthy Turkish sultan gave some bulbs as a gift. The name Tulip came from the Turkish word for turban, as this is what the bulb shape resembled. Tulip bulbs became a highly sought ...

We're Up and Flying!

A travel blog entry by phil.sandra on Dec 22, 2013

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... of this trip. After a 2 hour lay-over in Amsterdam, we boarded another plane and headed to Copenhagen ... an hour flight! Our bus ride to our hotel was very quick and quiet ... everyone is tired. We have been awake for 28 hours so far, with no sleep for a few more hours, as we are heading out shortly to check out some sights. It will be an early night ...

Got Gas?

A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Aug 16, 2013

... different to other bottles, with valve’s and gauges, were not swappable, or fillable. Annoying, but needing gas for the next leg of our journey, they had to be full and having lost the address of the station, we were down to a process of elimination. Knowing it wasn’t a BP or Shell helped and the fourth on the list was gold – we’d found the Gulf station!

With full gas and a splash ...

A Day in Amsterdam - "Watch the Bicycles!!"

A travel blog entry by rivercruise2013 on Jul 05, 2013

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... by this stage so into the bar for a beer and wine. We are becoming quite partial to the cheese and mustard served with the drinks. The cheese put out with the drinks is "Reypenaer" - apparently it is cured/aged (whatever you do with cheese) for 1 year. Our plan after drinkies was to put our feet up for an hour and then out to see the night lights and sites. Yep you guessed it - fell asleep!!! No tea again tonight!! We really need to pace our day a bit better. So ...