Parkhotel Bergen

Address: Stationsstraat 2, Bergen op Zoom, Zuid-Holland, 1861 GA, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Stationsstraat 2, Bergen op Zoom, is near Delftware Factory (De Porceleyne Fles), Oude Kerk, Prinsenhof Municipal Museum, and Museum Paul Tetar van Elven.
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    Travel Blogs from Bergen op Zoom

    Tulips, Daffodils and Hyacinths

    A travel blog entry by katherinecle on Apr 24, 2015

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    ... portrait was quite impressive the other displays were not. We spent most of out visit looking and photographing the kinds of tulips we liked best. Not all are certified for export into Canada but we will be ordering some as a reminder of pour time in the Netherlands. The ride to Oude Wetering after the Keukenhof was short and we rode for a total of 44km. Friday was our last riding day as we headed into Amsterdam. The ...

    Sex, Weed and Tulips

    A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Oct 16, 2014

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    ... tourists I suspect - slowly walk along the street with bloodshot eyes. You can also buy marijuana seeds from stalls at the floating flower market. Having a hemp plant would be pretty handy (hemp oil is so good for you!) if it was legal, maybe I'd buy a few seeds. They sold the most amazing flower bulbs - every kind of tulip seed you can imagine. They also had these cute tiny orange and lemon plants that I would love to take home. Darn Australian quarantine. The other ...

    A day in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by kcsinasia on Oct 06, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... friend that Anne did not "die," but was killed, and only because she was a Jewish girl, who had hurt no one; and Emma Thompson's reminder (from a speech given at the museum) that Anne's "would-have-beens" are our challenges and our opportunities. Sorry for all the heaviness, but since racism and other isms still haunt our world, it was a sobering tour stop that I feel privileged to have been able to make. We had an actual group hug afterwards, then got ...


    A travel blog entry by trappitts on Aug 27, 2014

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    ... way there was a bit of religious one up manship with who could build the tallest tower with the most elaborate gargoyles and have the loudest bells that ring the most often. Utrechts bishop had the head start and his bell tower rose to 112 meters high but a bit of a storm in 1647 wiped out half the church attached given the advantage to Amsterdam. Back to Amsterdam we dropped the car off with 4,000 more kms on the clock than when we started and trammed into town. We had ...

    Off to Brugge

    A travel blog entry by webformation on Jun 25, 2014

    1 photo

    ... cathedral tower despite suffering from a fear of heights. His job was to check whether bricks were crumbling and dangerous. After one restoration a celebratory function was disturbed by a brick falling from a great height. The builders of these cathedrals must have had great skill and imagination. Ne was reminded of Ken Follett's novel Pillars of the Earth. As we returned to the car along one of the canal walks, a young lady approached us in an agitated state. She ...