Steyn Hotel & Apartments

Steynlaan 41 & Slotlaan 301-303, Zeist, Utrecht, 3701 EB, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Steynlaan 41 & Slotlaan 301-303, Zeist, is near Nederlands Spoorwegmuseum, Railway Museum (Het Spoorwegmuseum), and Slot Zeist.
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    Travel Blogs from Zeist

    Day 25 (Amsterdam)

    A travel blog entry by marcohj on Jun 03, 2014

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    ... night we had. At around 2 we detached ourselves from our beds and wandered out to this Italian Argentinian place down the road (everything's Italian Argentinian) it turns out this is the one Moses worked at who I just ran into! Weird. Anyway I got canniloni and Lia got a pepperoni pizza; combined with lots of water and coke this slightly cured our hangover. After lunch we went for a wander and ended up at an ...

    Keukenhof - the greatest garden in the world

    A travel blog entry by girlfriday on Apr 14, 2014

    6 photos

    ... USA are the biggest importers of Dutch bulbs, followed by Japan and the UK. The sheer amount of tulips at Keukenhof is simply incredible. There are so many different varieties and colours. There are tulips in one colour, tulips with other colours running through them, and tulips with a flame-like pattern. Originally, the flame-like patterns were caused by a disease carried by aphids but now they are bred like it, in a completely disease-resistant variety. Different areas ...

    My Heart Stopped

    A travel blog entry by theresabill on Dec 08, 2013

    ... a video before we landed to help explain the airport layout and how to handle connections which was very useful.

    We departed and used a kiosk to change our seats and reprint our boarding passes. We did not have to go through a passport check point, so we had lots of time. I was thrilled to find a Starbucks (first time since Paris) and Bill was thrilled to find a Scotch and Cigar Store. They had a bottle of Scotch for sale that was worth 36,000 Euros. ...

    Ooh la la another side of Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by theallinsons on Jul 05, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Woke up a bit earlier today..not by much though. Had breakfast at the apt and then off to the Red light district. Let's just say it was another one of mom's innapropriate moments. It is actually quite disturbing. Learned that there is a difference between a coffee shop and a cafe. Let's just say you don't go to the coffee shop for coffee! Kids wouldn't let me go near one for the rest of the day. Go figure. Walked a lot again today...first stop singel street ...

    Solo Adventuring in a Taboo Land

    A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk on May 19, 2013

    11 photos

    ... this is just the place where you can fulfil all of our 'needs', as the tour guide states. If you want a suck and ****, that's gonna cost you 50 euros and will take a mere 6 min of your time. You think that's quick, now add in your negotiation time into that and you can expect how much satisfaction you get, not a whole lot. If your budget in Amsterdam is only 2 Euros, they have an option for you folk to; take a stroll by the Sex Palace and look at the 6 boxes with ...