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

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    ... 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 Art of Beer

    A travel blog entry by sharynharris on Sep 29, 2014

    9 photos

    ... from the water level), the western canals, Vondelpark and the Museum District. In Dutch a canal is a gracht (pronounced krahkt) and the main canals form the central grachtengordel (canal ring).
    Getting off the canal boat, we were at the front gates of the Riksmuseum, which is the Netherlands' premier art trove. The mos famous painting here would be Rembrandt's Night Watch. We decided we just didn't have time to do this wonderful museum justice, ...

    Day 9 - Amsterdam exploration continues

    A travel blog entry by ttdaniel on Aug 27, 2014

    ... who died in the camps. If you have not been, add this museum to the list. There are many videos to watch, photos and original letters to see. This museum celebrates those who resisted against the Nazis but is respectful to those who adjusted and collaborated. I was fascinated at each stage throughout the museum and learnt a lot about Holland's occupation. They have also created a juniors section for children to learn about the occupation in a ...

    An Experience, plus windmills, cheese and clogs

    A travel blog entry by teambargey on Apr 19, 2014

    14 photos

    ... a new style of shoe. I then got picked out as the recipient of a handful of sawdust, and was told to treasure the gift of a Dutchman as it is very rare. No need to tell me, pal, I'm pretty familiar with that one... There were some bits of info about clogs that was new, ie. the minor differences in regional style and use, oldest clog found dates from the late 13th century, those with detailed carvings were presented in the hope of marriage (aka Dutch wooden equivalent ...

    Cologne, Germany to Amsterdam, Netherlands

    A travel blog entry by ianwendyb on Nov 08, 2013

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    ... for Amsterdam..but so much history. The houses along the canals are built on piles..deep down through the soggy earth..Amsterdam is below sea level...apparently as long as the piles are kept away from air they won't rot...some are n't very straight though. We passed an area where an underground train line is being excavated...some of the houses have fallen down and others are looking very wonky! Amsterdam streets have bike paths between the footpath and the road..the bikes ...