Hotel Mare Sanat

Address: 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

      We're in Rotterdam.. This calls for a song

      A travel blog entry by niknak21 on Oct 21, 2014

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      ... and lightening started! The thunder was so loud the room was almost vibrating. When there was a slight break in the rain and the thunder was getting quieter we made a break for it! We started towards the central markt. We passed the soap shop Shona had recommended, so went for a quick peek. The door was open but turns out she was actually closed. So we said we'd be back tomorrow and hurried out! We were searching for somewhere for dinner and as we ...

      Day 4: Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Aug 25, 2014

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      ... that building below sea level wouldn't be the wisest decision in the world, but they've been doing this for centuries, so who am I to judge. After about half an hour on the bus, or halfway across the country (maybe not halfway but it's a frikking small place), we pulled into a little town called Marken, which was absolutely gorgeous. And even though we were out of the city, it confirmed just how different a way of life it was - it was still tightly packed, small homes with ...


      A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Aug 15, 2014

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      ... of some of the brownstone neighborhoods in NYC, easy to walk or bike to access everything, very safe and peaceful. This part of the city is a very welcome contrast to the gritty feel of Old Town.
      It is fun to explore this unusual city, and to learn more about its rich history. It is hard to believe that tonight is our last night in Europe (after 6 1/2 weeks here) and our last night out of the States until October. We have become so used to being on ...

      Getting Lost in a Thuderstorm in Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Jul 26, 2014

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      ... exact same stuff online in the US and have it shipped to you.)
      While things like this do not necessarily make the city kid friendly, they are a part of what makes the city so great. While Amsterdam has all culture of other major European cities with its excellent museums, the city of Amsterdam have a great sense of humor and a way of celebrating things that a just a bit quirky.
      I was a little disappointed in ...


      A travel blog entry by janined22 on May 29, 2014

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      ... sure whether it is really a tour of the brewery and how to make beer or an excuse to have a lot of interactive games at the end to make more money before suckers get to the gift shop. One of the games was to ride a stationary bike in front of a scene of Amsterdam. A photo is taken and you have the option to buy the photo printed on to a t-shirt. Okay we did it and when we found out it was going to cost 20 euros for the t ...