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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    TripAdvisor Reviews Postillion Hotel Amersfoort Veluwemeer Putten

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    Travel Blogs from Putten

    I am not a museum girl.

    A travel blog entry by freffles on Jul 21, 2015

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    Amsterdam day número dos! Met up with Jamie at Dam square and walked to Bakers & Roasters for breakfast. I had zucchini pasta with chicken and halloumi and a cappuccino! Then we waltzed on over to Vondelpark and strolled around and I took way too many pictures of a heron that aren't even good. Then off to the Rijksmuseum, went off on my ...

    Leaving Denmark, Saw Sweden, Onto Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by blaireharrison on Jun 02, 2015

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    ... excited, but I don't feel like that is an appropriate word to use in this context. We walked back to our hotel and ate at the Italian restaurant downstairs. We were seated next to an older couple, that turned out to be retired teachers from Michigan. What are the chances? It was so nice to lightly chat with them, after such a heavy afternoon. Today, we are off to the Jewish Quarter to visit a few different museums. Will try to post more ...

    "Your Best Friends Were Strangers Once"

    A travel blog entry by rebeccamcintyre on Jan 18, 2015

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    ... at this point. My host parents are incredibly supportive and kind. Adia is definitely strong-willed and makes her voice heard. She can be challenging at times but is also so sweet and entertaining. This week Anabel stayed with me for Tuesday and Wednesday but other than that I was on my own. This coming week is the real deal, including starting my Dutch language course. I'm pretty excited about that so that I can at least tell people in Dutch that I don't speak Dutch.


    A travel blog entry by garyorme on Jan 12, 2015

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    ... but to me it is more like a collection of closely grouped islands, all connected by a lot of bridges (about 1500). Between these islands are a hundred kilometres of canals; on the islands are houses of numerous designs with many dating back over 400 years or more, cobbled narrow streets and cycle lanes. The sheer volume of bikes was to us astonishing and to the locals they aren't just modes of transport for popping down the shops or a nice ride in the park, they are the family ...


    A travel blog entry by sheremy on Sep 17, 2014

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    ... cars and scooters - you can imagine what the locals think of big tour groups on bikes! Our guide took us round the whole of Amsterdam which was great as we would have certainly missed some things if we were to go on our own! Aka the Blue Light district!! This history behind the architecture of the building is interesting as apparently the houses are meant to be leaning forward and to the side and have ...