Hotel Mare Sanat

Rijkert Aertszweg 8, Wijk aan Zee, Noord-Holland, 1949 BD, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rijkert Aertszweg 8, Wijk aan Zee, is near Atlantis Adventures, Butterfly Farm, Archaeological Museum of Aruba, and Heartbreak Hotel.
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    Travel Blogs from Wijk aan Zee

    Travel highlights and low lights

    A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 29, 2014

    ... Stockholm and a visit to the photography museum Riga in Latvia and the bus tour of the Baltics The choral festival and organ/violin duet in Riga and Chopin concert in Krakow Resting up with Renate and Leonhard in Trullikon Visiting Krakow and the spacious bathroom at the Jan hotel The glamorous wedding in Lublin. Meeting family members from London, Canberra and Beijing The willingness of young people in particular to assist ...

    Off to Brugge

    A travel blog entry by webformation on Jun 25, 2014

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    ... heard the sirens approaching we departed the scene. There was chaos in the side street as approaching emergency vehicles arrived at speed just when vintage cars were being unloaded for a car rally. We took the long road home, organised our train journey for the following day, chatted to Marietta about immigration and religion had a bread and cheese meal before Diane our guide for the following day arrived with some berries. We slept well but wondered about the guy in the ...

    Train to Paris

    A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on Apr 21, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... photos and explained some of the stories I had learned while there. She is now going to read "Heidi". At Rotterdam we picked up Richard, who is in IT telecommunications. He was on his way to Paris then London for a meeting. His English is remarkable. It seems he works in London a good bit of the time, although his home is in Rotterdam. We talked for a little while about the things we had seen. When the conductor came to check our tickets our train (pun) of ...

    Eating my way through the Netherlands....

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Mar 17, 2014

    1 comment

    ... a more residential area. Every house was uniform and well-kept. Not even a tulip was out of place. Everything was clean and cookie-cutter perfect. Tall, slim people whizzed by on their bicycles, and honestly, it seemed pretty idyllic. However, my legs were getting a bit sore, so I staggered back to the railway station where I was able to snag a free sample of Milka chocolate with Smarties-like candies before catching the train back to ...

    Day 16 Topdeck Tour- Travelling to Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw on Dec 15, 2013

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    ... the red light district was a bit of an eyeopener. As part of our tour we attended a local show which was bit awkward but hilarious as we got to know our group well by now and a few guys got to go up on stage.

    Afterward we went and had a few drinks at the nearby clubs, where Joel and I kept an eye on our friends that choose to try a few local traditions. All went well and no major adverse effects except a lot of giggling and we all made it home.