Malie Hotel Utrecht - Hampshire Classic

Address: Maliestraat 2, Utrecht, Utrecht, 3511 SL, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
 
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      Utrecht trivia

      A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 03, 2014

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      ... Naturally, had to go in and have a look. Quite a variety of work, from old and traditional to new age style in the ancient format. Dideridoos, books on aboriginal culture, souveniers. Fascinating.





      Cyclists everywhere. You did not mess with the morning bike peak. Pedestrians were expected to keep out of the way, and cars had to give way. There were more definite rules than in Lucca, ...

      The Not So Rosy Reality

      A travel blog entry by lindsaypund on Jun 30, 2014

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      ... words of encouragement with us as we wrapped up our day at the Utrecht office and begin our time with BCD soon.

      In the evening we went back to Amsterdam to watch another World Cup match, eat dinner, and finish up sightseeing.

      Also, it’s worth noting that all of these meetings contained enough valuable content and conversation to make up an entire post each. Visiting BCD offices never fails to impress, challenge, and ...

      Entering the Dungeons of Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by tonezf on Apr 27, 2014

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      Today's activities involved a trip to De Carousel for dutch pancakes and into the Amsterdam Dungeon. It is described as a show that details the history of Amsterdam. This wasn't exactly the case but it was still entertaining.

      Horror actors lead us through the house into different darkened rooms. In the first one I am banished into a cage whilst I watch another participant be tortured with instruments including a nut cracker. In another room I volunteer to expose a body's ...

      Paying our way through Europe with chocolate

      A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Dec 02, 2013

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      ... 8230;hhhmmm…

      Joanna and I were super impressed to find freshly squeezed juice at Albert Heijn, and we also bought some bread, fruit and stamps for postcards.

      We tried to post the letters at the local tobacco store, but the old man said we had to find a post box. It was so bizarre, because he was smoking so casually inside! It is something neither of us had ever experienced.

      We also noted the Sinterklaas (Saint Nicolas) and Zwarte Piet decorations ...

      Windmills, cheese and wooden shoes

      A travel blog entry by imrannaser on Sep 07, 2013

      ... is a dutch delicacy that one MUST try when in this part of the world.
      So basically, in a matter of 2 hours this entire place was easily covered because of how petitely cute and in close proximity everything was. After seeing the little neighborhood and its windmills, ladies and gentlemen, I had conquered yet another one of my childhood dreams and now it was time to go to bed. A 40 min ride later, I was back to my hotel and in my bed. Goodnight ...