Hotel de Palatijn

Address: Dillenburgstraat 1, Alkmaar, Noord-Holland, 1814 JV, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Dillenburgstraat 1, Alkmaar, is near Stedelijk Museum, Alkmaar cheese market, and 'Rondvaarttocht': canal tour by boat.
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      Travel Blogs from Alkmaar

      Family day in the Netherlands

      A travel blog entry by swinbournes on Oct 12, 2014

      10 photos

      ... saw the North Sea.

      A big thanks to Els and Jan for treating us like royalty for the day.

      Fantastic day will definitely be back.

      Facts: Netherlands is actually 1/2 the size of Tasmania and has a population of 16.5 million.
      Australia's population is 22 million. Imagine the whole of the population of Australia and 10 million more living in Tasmania. The mind ...

      The gathering begins

      A travel blog entry by jordansgo on Jun 19, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... not realising because we hadn't bought a guide that all the important Dutch paintings were upstairs. So we'd not left much time or energy for spending time with Rembrandt, Vermeer and Van Gogh but at least we know where they are for next time. Then a return canal trip into the old city centre for some late lunch and a pleasant walk back to the ferry and home for a qiuet night in. Then today we were thinking of heading towards the ...

      Exploring Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by girlfriday on Apr 13, 2014

      2 photos

      ... which housed such victimised and scared, yet incredibly brave and hopeful, people for such a long time period. Throughout the rest of the building, there are bilingual boards with information about the Frank's story and small model replicas of how the Annexe looked during the war. I can't even imagine how eight people lived in such a small space under very restricted conditions for over two years. It is very humbling - and so sad that someone ...

      Amsterdam - day 21

      A travel blog entry by jennydawson on Oct 14, 2013

      2 photos

      ... to see them. Then we went to a Irish bar and had a drink with them before catching up with Paul and Pam for dinner. We sound a bit like alcoholics during this trip but I promise we are not drinking that much! Though it might be dry November when we get back to detox the old body! We headed to an Italian place for dinner. It had really good prices but unfortunately the service was really bad and we moved the tale out from the wall and we could see mouse droppings ...

      106 Where's The Cheese

      A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Aug 03, 2013

      19 photos

      ... enclosed city wall with bastions every few hundred meters. Little remains of it today however there are still parts of the original wall visible today. As with Amsterdam this town has many canals and intersecting waterways which in long gone time serviced the small ships trading there goods.

      Just outside the centre used to be the industrial area but again as with other towns these areas have been renovated or rebuilt to ...