NH Utrecht

Address: Jaarbeursplein, 24, Utrecht, Utrecht, 3521AR, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
 
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      St Martin's Cathedral.

      A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 05, 2014

      11 photos

      ... his ways as a soldier, converted to Christianity and became a recluse. He was destined, against his will, to become Bishop of Tours, and during that time, became well respected and held in great esteem. After his death, the pilgrimmages to his gravesite began, and 100 years later he was declared a saint.

      It was in a chapter house of the Dom that the Treaty of Utrecht was signed, an ...

      The Not So Rosy Reality

      A travel blog entry by lindsaypund on Jun 30, 2014

      5 photos

      ... a purpose beyond the norm.

      Before Peter finished it was time to meet with Cees Batenburg, SVP of Global Accounting. I appreciated hearing from Cees and his perspective of the role finance plays in the overall picture of BCD – as they are involved in some form in assisting each department in making financial decisions. We were also able to spend time speaking about the challenges BCD faces (both in EMEA and in the other ...

      The Cat in a Hat

      A travel blog entry by p2travel on Jun 10, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... already saddened that we had parted company so soon.

      Reluctant to be apart so prematurely I set off (albeit on foot) to follow the sailing hat. I gasped as it It almost capsized in the wake of a large cabin cruiser. It bobbed and weaved earnestly, a small fishing boat gave brief, but unsuccessful, chase. I waved the hat farewell.

      The banks of the New Herengracht canal narrow at the Weeperstraat bridge ...

      Shop, Drink, and Smoking

      A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Apr 08, 2014

      5 photos

      ... stores, cafes and coffee shops. Didn't take long to learn that the neon lit coffee shops where places for pot while cafes were places for coffee. Just walking by them were very different. Coffee shops were filled with smoke and you could smell them from blocks away. Cafes on the other hand had lots of outdoor seating, coffee and of course sweets. There also was a large variety of people walking the streets. Small families, couples both old and young, large groups of young men ...

      Off on my own... Sort of. Amsterdam.

      A travel blog entry by rmph on Sep 29, 2013

      12 photos

      ... everyone's tastes - in the sun? Check. Full of people (indicating the food was good and not of course that humans are simply sheep)? Check. Enough room for 6? Check. Broad and accommodating menu? Check. Out of, but near, the red light district? Check. After a tasty lunch and some severe hotel room envy (they have a swing in their room!?) I said goodbye to most of the group (for the final time) and made my way, albeit reluctantly, to the waiting bed of my hostel. Luckily, I ...