Hotel de Weyman

Address: Hoofdstraat 248, Santpoort, Noord-Holland, 2071 EP, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Hoofdstraat 248, Santpoort.
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        Cruising Amsterdam to Basel on MS Excellence Queen

        A travel blog entry by ontheroa on Jul 20, 2015

        92 photos

        ... year-old city of Speyer, we have some free time to explore its amazing historical wonders. An inspiration to artists, poets and authors alike, the picturesque university town of Heidelberg is delightful with its Baroque old town and reminiscent castle ruins. In 1878, Mark Twain commenced his European travels with a stay in Heidelberg, noted in his literary work, ‘A Tramp Abroad’. Like ...

        Opulent Palais de Versailles

        A travel blog entry by dismith64 on Jul 01, 2015

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... French people revolted. The place is so opulent, (parts of it gilded in gold) and enormous, at least 10X bigger than Buckingham Palace and don't forget he also built a lovely pink palace next to his for Marie Antoinette, his queen! Paris is getting quite hot and is expecting temps mid to high 30s through this week. Amsterdam is a lot ...

        Day 13 - Flight to Amsterdam

        A travel blog entry by adamkaiser on Jun 06, 2015

        1 comment, 12 photos

        ... All 3 are navigable by boat. Once, Amsterdam was surrounded by a moat - called a "Singel" - and which now forms the innermost ring in the city and makes the Centrum (City Center) a horseshoe shape. Amsterdam also has about 90 islands, more than 1,200 bridges and is served by a seaport; causing some to liken it to Venice, with which it shares many characteristics. The canal system is the result of careful planning - and was developed in the early 17th century. The canals ...

        No Regrets in the Netherlands

        A travel blog entry by cascademayer on Feb 05, 2015

        8 photos

        ... a piece of modern culture, and a whole lot of fun! After the tour, we wanted to get a little taste of Holland, not just Amsterdam, so we power walked there and back to the windmill before hopping onto the metro to the airport. We undoubtably walked over an entire marathon this weekend but I do not regret a single step! Amsterdam; thanks for the friendly people, AMAZING food, beautiful views, and interesting culture. Now back to the books for the next week! Cascade ...

        London-Brussels,Belguim-Amsterdam Area,Holland

        A travel blog entry by bobjenhub on Sep 21, 2014

        10 photos

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        In the twelfth century, a nameless I fishing village was formed near the mouth of the river Amstel, on the shore of the Southern Sea. Around the year 1260, the local fishermen joined forces to build a dam in the river to create a safe harbour for their boats. They named their settlement Amstelredamme, which means: “dam in the river Amstel.” The oldest official record of that name dates from 1275. ...