Postillion Hotel Amersfoort Veluwemeer

Address: Strandboulevard 3 , Putten, Gelderland, 3882 RN, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Strandboulevard 3 , Putten.
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      Moira Lynn Dennert-Hollander

      A travel blog entry by a3dennert on Sep 04, 2014

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      ... go and spend 2 weeks with her (and family) in May 2013. I recall the first conversation we ever had in the kitchen in Huizen, Moira saying something like:” You’re exactly the person I had figured out you were”. Well, same here! It turned out to be “The Trip of a Lifetime” because of who she was:

      Moira was the BEST FRIEND one could have and I will miss her terribly because in my lifetime I haven’t run into many people of ...

      Part two of our travels to Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by minaco on Aug 03, 2014

      3 comments

      ... schlepping our bags back and forth from the hotel to the coach. The hotel is beautiful. Our room is large compared to European standards. Apparently the breakfast for the next two night here is supposed to the best of the trip according to Calvin, our guide? We went back to our room to freshen up and then returned to the coach to be dropped off in the heart of Amsterdam. My first impression of the city was that ...

      Off to Brugge

      A travel blog entry by webformation on Jun 25, 2014

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      ... were less reserved. Our train to Brugge was delayed by 15 mins. The rural scenery was attractive and green as we passed through Gent to Brugge. Marietta was waiting for us in her red fleece jacket as arranged. She drove us to her modern home 10 minutes from the station in a very pleasant urban neighbourhood. We had a light lunch of cheeses and bread and planned our visit to the Old Town. Marietta is a retired art historian and archaeologist. Marietta's house ...

      The Netherlands - Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by jamesandbre on May 18, 2014

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      ... Stroop waffles - sugary goodness! 12 for 70cents Brie cheese - is only €1 Cheese shops - are everywhere and all have free tastings! Bikes - there's more than 1million bikes to 700,000 amsterdammers Sea level - everywhere is below sea level, lowest point is 6.7m, if global warming continues the city will be one of the first to flood Flowers - 75% of the worlds flower bulb production comes from the Netherlands Canals - there's more than 150 canals in Amsterdam and 1,200 ...

      Living the Dam!

      A travel blog entry by emseurope on Dec 18, 2013

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      ... had food!


      After the factory we continued the drive into Amsterdam by the time we arrived it was almost dinner time so a quick turn around to for dinner in the basement at the hotel, was a very interesting selection of meatball, pasta and salads. After cleaning ourselves up we made our way into Amsterdam for some 'traditional' sight seeing. The red light district reminded me of Hay St. in Kalgoorlie there were also some very dodgy looking people following us around ...