Appartementen Torenlicht

Address: Parallelweg 14, Egmond aan Zee, Noord-Holland, 1931 EW, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Parallelweg 14, Egmond aan Zee.
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Travel Blogs from Egmond aan Zee

Day 9: Our last day in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by woklyn on May 27, 2015

5 comments, 8 photos

... people from the Nazis during World War Two. The father was a clock maker, and they lived in a typical three storey house above the shop. They took the decision to shelter Jewish people, and to protect their "guests", they had a hiding place made in the uppermost room, which happened to be Corrie's bedroom. At one end of the room, a brick wall was built, creating a cavity less than a metre deep, and about three metres wide, the width of the bedroom. Entry was gained through the ...

Bosche Bol

A travel blog entry by highama on Apr 04, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos


Thanks to the magic of the Delta Priority tags on our baggage, ours were the first off the plane, and we found our driver, Marco, waiting for us in the Arrivals hall. We’re staying a little out in the burbs here in Rome, but he certainly knew the area as he hauled down all kinds of little side streets. We got checked in, cleaned up, said Hi to Grammy and Grampy, and everyone passed out for a well-deserved 12 ...

A race to the ferry home

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Nov 17, 2014

4 photos

... is that they make large cups of coffee. There all over Europe you get about half a mouthful out of every cup which is just hopeless!!

I order my Mocha and the chap puts it through the till and says "that's seven Euros seventy please"!!!! I just about died at that price but handed him a ten Euro bill. That must be the most expensive coffee I have ever bought in my life and so it better be good I thought.

Back at the cabin I looked at the ...

Our first taste of The Netherlands

A travel blog entry by thepoonanns on Oct 08, 2014

63 photos

... here. Our canal-view hotel was only a short walk from Delft station. Like the other Dutch cities we'd visited, this was yet another incredible place with a beautiful network of canals. There are much less people in this city but still plenty of bikes. A market with a mixture of fresh fruit and vegetables, cheeses, clothes and bric-a-brac filled the main cathedral square. It was a fantastic site to see so many locals enjoying a sunny thursday sampling foods and doing ...

Day 2 in the Dam

A travel blog entry by pennydeakin on Aug 24, 2014

17 photos

... and in I went.
It was a one way tour which took you through the warehouse, the secret annexe and into the museum. All I can say is that it was incredible and well worth the hour and a half wait. My favourite part was walking through the door behind the bookcase (it had all the original arch files still sitting on it) which took you up a very steep set of stair to the secret annexe. It felt very cold and eery when ...