Hotel-Restaurant 't Schouwse Hof

Address: Raadhuisplein 16, Aalsmeer, Noord-Holland, 1431 EH, Netherlands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Aalsmeer


A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Apr 25, 2014

20 photos

... elders who banned Spinoza for his radical theories issued their decree. Just outside the door there is a sign directing the visitor to the 'treasury', actually a cellar which houses a large collection of ritual objects in silver and gold, heavily embroidered torah covers and robes laced with gold thread and an extensive library of documents and rare manuscripts. I wonder how these riches fared during the Nazi occupation, but I can't find any information. The Great Portuguese Synagogue ...

The Captain's Dinner

A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Dec 05, 2013

2 comments, 15 photos

... ship, there is always more food than one might safely eat. A bountiful cheese and fruit table. A crab appetizer was as delicious as it was beautiful.

After dinner, the crew donned Santa hats and sang (our) traditional Christmas songs. It was precious hearing their various Easter European accents as they attempted songs that were foreign ...

The 'A' towns: Aachen and Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by jimwitmer on Aug 23, 2013

... is its cathedral, the Aachener Dom. Construction was begun around the year 800 A.D. and new sections and decorations were added over the years. We took a guided tour and the woman did a wonderful job, packing in lots of history, architectural information and interesting stories. The cathedral is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, and one can easily see why. The building remarkably received only minor damage (mostly the windows) during the war and survives today as a ...

Marken, Netherlands

A travel blog entry by erinkats on Jul 04, 2013

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... The harbor was tiny, filled with sailboats and bordered by restaurants and souvenir shops. The town was fun to walk around, especially seeing little gems like two white rabbits in a cage right off the road. We found a bench to rest at and make our sandwiches. We had brought along bread, cheese, salami, and ham from the grocery store, so we wouldn't be stuck buying expensive burgers and fries in the town. After that we decided to walk through ...

Dutch Countryside/Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by samonide on May 18, 2013

Cheese making & Wood shoe making Edam: biking trip Walk through the country side to tour bus Drive back through the countryside Dropped off at blue boat tours co Wait in line at Van Gogh for 30 minutes, four floor museum with Chelsea, Tyler, Jane Indonesian dinner Amsterdam canal boat cruise with ...