Prominent Inn Hotel

Wilhelminaboulevard 4, Noordwijk, Zuid-Holland, 2202, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Wilhelminaboulevard 4, Noordwijk, is near Keukenhof and Rijn (Rhine).
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    A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Jul 20, 2014

    16 photos

    Fine with sunny periods early, clouding over and dull with drizzle later, 19-24deg. The predicted thunderstorm for yesterday afternoon finally arrived at 4am this morning cooling the place down. The locals, like us, were pleased about that, although they did come out in droves for various water-sports and to worship the sun yesterday. Rotterdam is the largest port in Europe and one of the worlds busiest. It started life as a Dam on ...

    Artis Zoo

    A travel blog entry by timtol on Jun 05, 2014

    13 photos

    PART 1: First late start for the holiday today as we didn't get going until about 10.30 or so, but when we did venture out we immediately took a tram to the Artis Zoo. What a magnificent place that is! Not only has it got a diverse and varied number of animals but it is such a beautiful place to walk around with many little hidden gardens. My favourite was the gorillas, then the amazon fish some were huge and there were also the piranhas who ...

    Holland - more than tulips!

    A travel blog entry by wiedmeyer2 on Apr 18, 2014

    1 comment, 41 photos

    ... to the windmill village and saw the wooden shoes museum and how chocolate was made. That was a tasty treat.

    We went through the famous city of Hague where world leaders meet but we skipped the politics and went to an amazing panoramic museum. The 360 degree scenery of the North Sea and surrounding villages were painted in 1818. Real sand dunes were placed around the front of the panoramic scene and they blend in with the painting quite realistically so ...

    Day 75: New Year's Eve Hike

    A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 31, 2013

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... started at 9am and they have been a constant sound (except for the train ride) ever since. The man at the B&B said that they will continue on until tomorrow morning around 5am. Between our nice long hike today and staying up late tonight, I am hoping that I'll sleep right through the fireworks.

    We are planning to go to the East side docks tonight to watch the fireworks and bring in the new year. It will be weird to know that we are celebrating the new year ...

    Days 112 - 116: Amsterdam and Brussels

    A travel blog entry by djmorton on Aug 29, 2013

    79 photos

    ... below. The use of dykes, locks, windmills and pumping systems help control this which is why the 4,000km of navigable canals, lakes, and rivers in Netherlands is so important for this countries survival.

    Amsterdam's soil consists of a thick layer of fen and clay. All buildings are built on wooden poles that are fixed in a sandy layer that is 11 meters deep on average. The Royal Palace at Dam Square is built on 13,659 wooden poles. Often the brick apartment buildings ...