Hotel de Vassy

Address: Vuurtorenplein 1, Egmond aan Zee, Noord-Holland, 1931 CV, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Vuurtorenplein 1, Egmond aan Zee.
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        Travel Blogs from Egmond aan Zee

        Rothenburg and the Warzburg Palace

        A travel blog entry by gsf on Sep 18, 2015

        ... in baroque fashion. Which is all about pleasure. No scenes of battles here and the gardens were beautiful. It was so good we bought the book. We drove back to the boat through the town which had been devastated by incendiary bombing during the War. Of course the stone facades of the buildings did not burn. So they remain original but apparently if you go, inside these buildings they are all rebuilt. I hadn't realised the effect of the War ...

        Day 17- amsterdam

        A travel blog entry by gatorfreud on Aug 10, 2015

        61 photos

        ... daddy, how much do you make in a day?"--and rob said "this is the moment you find out a prostitute makes more than your dad!". Karl asked why would they do that? Wouldn't they just get a job? And Mark told him they may not have any skills to get a job. And then he asked, why don't they just sell some of their stuff?and Mark said, they may not have any stuff, the only thing they have to sell is their body. And Karl said, wow, that is really sad. Then Karl also had ...

        The Mosel River to Amsterdam

        A travel blog entry by wheretobooboo on Jul 03, 2015

        15 photos

        ... handlebars, and a look of sheer terror in her eyes. We rode to an absolutely beautiful village called Cochem, which would certainly be worth spending a few more hours exploring. But we had to retrace our journey, so after a quick beer off we went, though this time on the other side of the river. In total the first day was about 32Ks of riding, and we certainly could have done with a bit more gluteus maximus padding by the end of it! Back to the hotel ...

        The full Amsterdam experience

        A travel blog entry by amy.cosgrove on May 23, 2015

        5 photos

        ... so I got up and left after trying to signal someone. I went to McDonald's instead. For shame but at least they have wifi. Which is how I managed to get a ticket to the Anne frank house for the next morning! I had planned on not going to it because I had heard the line was always epic and I had been checking for tickets for weeks and never seeing any. Guess it was my lucky day! After lunch I had a 3 hour free walking tour. My guide, Geert, was pretty funny and had a lot of ...

        Food Soul Fest & Music at Mulligans (again)

        A travel blog entry by lebradlee on Jan 31, 2015

        23 photos

        ... been the previous Saturday night when she beat me in our intense game of Othello and I was happy to be back enjoying the company of so many nice people and listening to the three man Irish band that was attracting quite the crowd that evening. I particularly enjoyed watching the one with the flute, who reminded me of an Irish leprechaun as he blew into the dainty little instrument that rarely makes an appearance in the live music that I am used to seeing back in ...