Sans Pareil

Lagedijk 32-34, Zaandijk, Noord-Holland, 1544, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lagedijk 32-34, Zaandijk, is near Zaanse Schans, Zuiderzee Museum (Zuiderzeemuseum), Schokland, and Montelbaans Tower (Montelbaanstoren).
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Travel Blogs from Zaandijk

Brugge to Amsterdam. Sunny Clear and 18C.

A travel blog entry by mastgully on Jul 07, 2014

9 photos

We have to leave early, but breakfast is being laid out already so I ask if we can take some breads and pastries which the waitress generously provides along with cheese and jam. We change trains at Antwerp. This second train is a fast train which sits comfortably on 300km/hr. At Central Station, Amsterdam, we are greeted by Tineke and Jaap. Tineke is playfully displaying a Dutch Soccer banner with our names on it: ...

Day 76: Windmills and Heineken

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Jan 01, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

The fireworks last night were both amazing and scary. Anyone can get fireworks here and it seems like they all took advantage of that. People set off fireworks right in the middle of the street. There was a constant show for hours. They were good fireworks too. I would guess on average that each box was about three feet long and over a foot wide. Some shows would last as long as five minutes. John and I wandered around the side alleys from one show to the next. We had to be careful when ...

The End of the Beginning

A travel blog entry by nicoleau93 on Aug 15, 2013

So Europe is done. We fly tomorrow morning to Singapore after 5 weeks full of fun, exploring and hilarious experiences! Since Prague we've been to Krakow and Auschwitz in Poland. Prague was so much fun but we regrettably wasted 2 days as we were bed ridden with hangovers! Although the nights were definitely worth it and we still saw all of the city. In most European cities they do free walking tours which we have definitely taken advantage of! Some Of our tour ...

Day two in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by jrpeacock on Jun 29, 2013

... ones and as they rot the houses slip! An afternoon nap was very welcome then we ventured out for dinner. We foundation place selling Dutch food which was what we were looking for. We ordered a hotchpotch which is mashed potato mixed with other veg (carrots in this case) with meatballs on top. It was very nice and filled the spot! We're back at the hostel enjoying a chilled out evening, looking forward to a busy day of exploring ...

The lights are amazing at night...

A travel blog entry by binky89 on May 03, 2013

... and the Amsterdam we had heard about opened up before us. Canals lining every block, beautiful terrace homes, sophisticated and clearly fashionable Dutch on their bicycles, a very hip and happening place. Quite by accident ( some may disagree) we wandered into the red light district. Now I understand that some of you may think this is a seedy place ( and in some respects your right) but it has actually become quite a hub for restaurants, bars, clubs and of ...