Tulip Inn Bodegraven

Address: Goudseweg 32, Bodegraven, Zuid-Holland, 2411, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Goudseweg 32, Bodegraven, is near Museum Het Catharina Gasthuis, Brouwerij de Molen, Waag (Weighing House), and Red Lion Windmill (Molen De Roode Leeuw).
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      Part two of our travels to Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by minaco on Aug 03, 2014


      ... schlepping our bags back and forth from the hotel to the coach. The hotel is beautiful. Our room is large compared to European standards. Apparently the breakfast for the next two night here is supposed to the best of the trip according to Calvin, our guide? We went back to our room to freshen up and then returned to the coach to be dropped off in the heart of Amsterdam. My first impression of the city was that ...

      The Canals of Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by webformation on Jun 24, 2014

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      ... shuttle bus to the airport and a train to Central Station in Amsterdam. The station itself was possibly once grand in style but the surrounds were grotty. After doing some comparison shopping we opted to take a hop on hop off canal tour for 22 Euro. There were lots of young people around on uni holidays displaying high energy but good manners. Grey nomads from around the world took the canal cruises. We could see people sitting behind flower ...

      Groenoord Farm

      A travel blog entry by kgratz on May 13, 2014

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      Pulling up to the first Lely farm visit, we were greeted by a very picturesque homestead with goats and sheep in the pens up front. We got off the bus and geared up in our plastic boots, and walked to the calf barn. There were some lamb pens in the very front, and the farmer had a table set up with coffee and cookies for us. The barn was an old tie-stall barn, converted for calves. They ...

      Amsterdam, wild...

      A travel blog entry by beadledove on May 12, 2014

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      ... was delightful and the Dutch were out in force enjoying the day.

      We planned for a night train from Amsterdam to Copenhagen, so our last afternoon was spent window shopping (not in the Red Light District) and people watching. We found a corner cafe parked our weary bones and enjoyed the hustle and bustle of this hyper active hub of hedonism!

      At 8 p.m. we entered our sleeper car for the ride to Denmark.


      "When in Rome..." Eat, travel, live with locals

      A travel blog entry by globalsatwork on Mar 27, 2014

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      ... air. I loved it. Working abroad gives you amazing experiences. To find amazing & adventurous travel jobs you can look on message boards in hostels or supermarkets or at specific online resources.

      'Sleep' with locals

      Staying with locals gives a great chance to really see the local way of life. You get a good feeling how it is to live in that specific region or country you are in. The best part is when you are on a trip, for example ...