De Plashoeve

Baambrugse Zuwe 167, Vinkeveen, Utrecht, 3645 AG, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Baambrugse Zuwe 167, Vinkeveen, is near CoBrA Museum of Modern Art, De Hoge Dijk, and Van Ravenstein.
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    Travel Blogs from Vinkeveen

    Day 12 Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on May 21, 2014

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    ... We started in Dam Square, where the National monument is. The most poignant feature of this is the wall behind, where there are a number of plaques to each part of "the Dutch nation" including Indonesia, who fought in WWII. Underneath each plaque a "unknown person" from that area is buried. The Palace in Dam Square stared life as a town hall, but was taken as a palace by Napoleon's brother when he was made "king" of the Netherlands by Napoleon. The Protestant church nearby is ...

    My camera sleeps with the fishes

    A travel blog entry by jkutzik on Apr 19, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... image came from which device?
    The tour included the shopping district of Kalverstraat, the Hidden Church of Peter and Paul, the Amsterdam Museum courtyard, and the city's oldest house, built in 1477 After the excellent walking tour, we ate lunch on the top floor of the swankiest department store in Amsterdam, de Bijenkorf. It overlooks Dam Square which contains the National Onument obelisk built to commemorate WWII. Since it was Easter weekend, a giant carnival ...

    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 ...


    A travel blog entry by sethsokol on Aug 20, 2013

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    ... yes Amsterdam is a remarkable, unique, place. After a several hour bike tour of the city, I locked my bike up and wandered a bit. Unfortunately, the streets all look very similar and it took me several hours of wandering (and enjoying the sites) to find it. When I did, I returned to the campgrounds just north of the city, which was good and saved $$. Now, I'm on to other parts of the Netherlands and to Belgium and ...

    Murphy's Law

    A travel blog entry by cdrgray on Jun 30, 2013

    1 comment

    You know Murphy's Law - If anything can go wrong, it will go wrong. Well, it went wrong. Jean forgot to pack her travel clock, so on the occasions when it was necessary to get up early, she depended on a wake-up call from the desk. This morning, the Rays had a 6:00 a.m. luggage outside the door requirement and were to leave the ship at 6:30 a.m. for transfer to the airport. ...