De Plashoeve

Address: 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

      Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by trappitts on Aug 27, 2014

      7 photos

      ... look around going to some of the more out of the way places and not so touristie. Went through the flower market photographed the queue waiting outside Anne Frank's house that snaked around two city blocks went passed many other sights stopping at coffee shops occasionally for a breather (no not the breather you might be thinking) before eventually catching the tram back to accommodation.it was a fascinating wander and in many ways proof that you don't need to be in ...

      A slow, lazy day

      A travel blog entry by jmayo on Jul 13, 2014

      7 comments, 8 photos

      ... stuff - tasted like eating perfectly ripe cold melon! We walked through the Jordaan neighborhood, which is kinda like the rest of Amsterdam without prostitutes. It all kinda looks the same here! I've wanted a hanging hammock chair for a ridiculously long time - like, over 2 years, so we know it's not just a passing whim. The problem is they're SO expensive! Around $300 is the absolute cheapest we've found but most are way more. ...

      Trams, Boats and Bikes

      A travel blog entry by dillardstravels on Jun 01, 2014

      3 comments, 68 photos

      ... very few cars running. We left Damrak, being careful not to wander back into the Red Light District. There was some construction happening which made us cross over to the opposite side of the street. In no time we were stopped by a policeman who was standing on the corner. "You are not from here, are you?" said Captain Obvious. We were not only riding on the wrong side of the street, we were riding on a street that did not allow bike traffic. He told us ...

      Sex, Drugs and Genever...

      A travel blog entry by alexissnow on Apr 29, 2014

      17 photos

      ... it down your throat.) I felt like it was mostly for us over indulgent Americans who love it because it’s rebellious to partake in smoking, something so taboo in our home country, and by we I am speaking very generally. Good, bad, right, wrong all become so arbitrary when you are in a place that defines things so differently. It was really interesting to question my customs and why I believe and feel certain ways towards these topics and what is truly ...

      Day 29 - Amsterdam, Holland

      A travel blog entry by byrneymack on Nov 19, 2013

      15 photos

      ... budget on museums lol. in the end we were delaying the inevitable and that was heading to see Amsterdams infamous Red Light District. A short stroll and you can sense a change, it's like stepping into another world. I was expecting Hindley St on steroids, but what we got was a very well policed area that had a carnival like atmosphere. Bays of Red Light windows line the canals, with prostitutes in all shapes and sizes on display trying to woo the next passer by in. ...