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 Brouwerij de Molen, Museum Het Catharina Gasthuis, Waag (Weighing House), and Red Lion Windmill (Molen De Roode Leeuw).
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    Travel Blogs from Bodegraven

    I Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Dec 22, 2014

    ... notice of the first polite ring and seriously need to move so you can be overtaken, and three or more rings means you've royally ****** off the person behind you and are about to learn some fast angry Dutch when they do pass you and get to shout at you properly. The other important thing to remember was that if you were to become separated from the group and thus lost you must Stop, Drop, and Roll. Stop where you are, drop ...

    Weekend in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by zachlynch on Oct 19, 2014

    12 photos

    ... beer is absolutely terrific by the way) but the beer that I had at this microbrewery is hands down the best beer I have ever had. The rest of the evening was spent walking around the city and enjoying the beautiful city by night.

    The next day took the opportunity to sleep in a little bit in anticipation of the huge event that night, so in the late morning we left the hotel to enjoy a nice relaxing day in Amsterdam. The better part of ...

    Aimlessly Exploring Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by shannond on Sep 24, 2014

    7 comments, 23 photos

    ... staying. Sunday morning we rented a car and headed two hours northeast of Amsterdam. It was a nice drive through the countryside dotted with windmills, sheep and cows. We then arrived in a small port town where we were meeting a boat to go on a mudwalk. Apparently mud walking is a popular thing to do in The Netherlands and Ann couldn't wait to do it. Mud walking is not my idea of a great time as I'm not a huge fan of getting dirty but decided to bite the bullet and do it. The ...

    Celebrating Catherine's birthday in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Aug 13, 2014

    1 comment, 71 photos

    ... and is now the capital of the Netherlands as well as its most populous city. The old city center was formed by rings of canals with distinctive 17th century residences of wealthy merchants, financiers, doctors, lawyers, politicians and artists. Because of the lack of space, these unmistakable houses are extremely narrow and 4 to 5 stories high. They are characterized by big narrow windows, decorative gable roofs, extremely narrow stairs inside, and a pulley outside to ...

    Walking around the City

    A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Aug 04, 2014

    349 photos

    ... that I could identify which ones were painted in a Zhostovo style. I got a beautiful 10 piece doll finished in a blue and white floral style that made it look like mock Delft.
    From Dam Square, we went to Westermarkt and walked to Westerkerk. As we walked, we passed the line to the Anne Frank House. It is almost impossible to get in there. People stood in line for well over 3 hours to get in there. Westerkerk is just around the corner from the Anne ...