Tulip Inn Bodegraven

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 Waag (Weighing House), Brouwerij de Molen, Museum Het Catharina Gasthuis, and Museum De Moriaan.
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    Travel Blogs from Bodegraven

    Spirit of Europe tour finishes

    A travel blog entry by kiwisabroad on Jul 02, 2014

    12 photos

    After a full on month we have made it to our final destination where we say farewell to our travel friends. What better place to chill out and celebrate than Amsterdam. After a terrifying morning trying to ride a bike through Amsterdam I was pleased to enjoy some of the other local traditions. As you can imagine there is little left to write about this day. It was very relaxed but spent with good friends. We meet ...

    Amsterdam day 3

    A travel blog entry by jasonswallow on May 16, 2014

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    Slept in a bit after a hard night out. Rented bikes near our apartment and biked Vondelpark then got brave enough to go around the city with them. Really nice day, got a sunburn so had to find sunscreen. At night we went to Dam Square for some beers, met 2 accountants, both from Atlanta, one is working in Amsterdam at PwC now. The other just ...

    Amsterdam Walking Tour and Heineken Experience

    A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Feb 11, 2014

    43 photos

    ... friend's last name is Pancake, he could never run for parliament with a name like that. When people didn't have a last name, they identified themselves by the sign that would hang on their house, for example if you were a dentist you could have the picture of a tooth. I think that it really is quite ingenious in a time when most people were illiterate. We saw the infamous red light district on the tour. I couldn't believe that women were just sitting there in windows waiting ...

    Ayyy Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by ljean on Oct 22, 2013

    55 photos

    ... was different.
    So this all has to do with the Netherlands tolerance policies. Our tour guide explained that they look at everything from prostitution to gay marriage to religion in a similar way. They respect others choices in how they want to live their lives. So if a woman wants to prostitute that is how she is choosing to make her money and it is respected. Overall though this policy has always worked well for them. Even during World War II they were the only people ...

    Sight seeing

    A travel blog entry by tmarts on Aug 30, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... Schans - a picturesque windmill village with typical green- timbered houses. The windmills are over 400 years old and historically protected. Very interesting. Back to Amsterdam - and our feet were complaining from so much walking! We stopped for a couple of drinks at a pub in Rembrandt Square - watched the crazy antics of cyclists ( There must be thousands) versus scooters and the occasional car. Saw several accidents - but somehow they manage to avoid each other - ...