Het Wapen van Middelie

Address: Brink 1, Middelie, Noord-Holland, 1472 GB, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Brink 1, Middelie, is near Castle-Museum Sypesteyn.
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Travel Blogs from Middelie

Off to see Ms Frank

A travel blog entry by susannah.watt on Dec 17, 2014

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More shopping today and general pottering. We needed to get Brooke assessed as her tonsillitis needs sorting out. As luck would have it she would she was just starting to feel a little better...lol After the doctors we headed off for lunch and headed to an Tex Mex restaurant - looking for simple meat and veggies. "The best steak in Amsterdam" was a bit over cooked and meh! But it was a change from bread, bread and more ...

Time to go home

A travel blog entry by kansonthego on Nov 06, 2014

... locks. How they started a thriving wine industry by growing grapevines in a vertical fashion in its steep hills. We have also seen the depths of human nature in the battlefields, during the medieval times which was known as the Holy Roman Empire, when the Pope had a hold on the people thru his collaboration with local kings and emperors. as well as during the collaboration of ...

Day 4: Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Aug 25, 2014

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... that building below sea level wouldn't be the wisest decision in the world, but they've been doing this for centuries, so who am I to judge. After about half an hour on the bus, or halfway across the country (maybe not halfway but it's a frikking small place), we pulled into a little town called Marken, which was absolutely gorgeous. And even though we were out of the city, it confirmed just how different a way of life it was - it was still tightly packed, small homes with ...

Part of the 5%

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 18, 2014

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... It was great to see the beauty of the city rather than stay out late in the Red Light District (like our roommates, not bitter). So we woke up early the next day to get to the Anne Frank House before the line was ridiculous. We were also leaving later that day so we had to pack up our things (moderately quiet, sorry not sorry) to leave at the train station. We got to the museum at 9:15, only 15 minutes after it opened, and we still ...

Our luck ran out....

A travel blog entry by currin on Jun 09, 2014

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... to the Castle of Good Hope from the harbor area. We started out, stopping at the statues at Nobel Square and of course, as soon as we were away from any building, the heavens let loose. We got drenched as we trudged through sheets of rain and winds that kept threatening to turn our umbrellas inside out. I won't bore you with the rest, but we ended up hailing a cab.

By the end of the tour of the Castle of Good Hope, ...