't Wapen van Marion

Address: Zeeweg 60, Oostvoorne, Zuid-Holland, 3233 CV, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Zeeweg 60, Oostvoorne.
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    Travel Blogs from Oostvoorne

    A watery tale

    A travel blog entry by tizwoz on Aug 01, 2014

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    ... was different but very tasty and a reasonable price. Everywhere in the city was very busy as it was the culmination of the Gay Pride festival and there had been a canal boat parade earlier. All the hotels were full so just as well that we booked everything earlier. If you dont want to be surrounded by hundreds of young people all partying then don't come at this time of year. We had no choice and we only saw the parade on TV, which was fine with ...

    Double Dutch

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Mar 14, 2014

    ... to the Hague, I found out how terrifying Dutch can sound when the people speaking it are large, angry men. As usual, the ticket inspectors came through the wagon, but they discovered somebody who was ticketless. I could understand a little of what they said, and it wasn't particularly intimidating, but my God! Dutch is a language for when you are mad. I'm pretty sure they poor kid had to wipe the spit off his face when they finally let him go.
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    Wonderful visit with Aryn and Jason!

    A travel blog entry by abudebbie on Jun 08, 2013

    ... a beautiful city this is. The bridges are VERY low however and each time we had to duck down to keep from bumping our heads, yes EVEN me! We saw the mill where Rembrandt's father worked and found out that when Rembrandt was born, the midwife yelled to the father, who was at work across the canal, and asked him what they should name his son. At the time, the wind was fiercely blowing and he replied, "I can't hear you my wheel is burning" which translates to ...

    What is supposed to be called Leiden

    A travel blog entry by caitlinrkane on Jan 04, 2013

    Got going early with a traveller's picnic -our last one- bread twists, cheese, yoghurt grapes and mandarins. train from Leiden to Schiphol. Bought a coffee with our last Euro coins and then is was goodbye to Europe. so sad. It has been a great trip. i hope Caitlin and Grace enjoyed it as much as I did. Place I most enjoyed was Amsterdam, a great, friendly, well located ...

    Boxing Day lunch with Oma's irregulars.

    A travel blog entry by dawn16 on Dec 26, 2012

    The last full day of my odyssey was, as so many boxing days around the world, for hanging out with friends, relaxing, eating, drinking and having fun. After a Skype with Mummy and the gang we were off to Cile's new abode, a place next to the old post office, which they will use until their new house is ready to move into. Cile and Hans were our host and other friends ...