Tulip Inn Maastricht Aachen Airport

Vliegveldweg 86, Maastricht, Limburg, 6229 GV, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Vliegveldweg 86, Maastricht, is near Thermae 2000, Basilica of St. Servatius (St. Servaasbasiliek), Holland Casino Valkenburg, and Cauberg Cavern (Gemeentegrot).
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    Travel Blogs from Maastricht

    On to belgium!

    A travel blog entry by arjunroy on Sep 06, 2014

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    Left for belgium this morning. Just entered the french speaking country and I read about some caves in liege, belgium that I will try to find. And then onto brussels.. an intereting thing in europe is all the public bathrooms cost money to use... here are some pictures of the roads. The sign that looks like a ghost busters sign means theres no speed ...

    Ugh.

    A travel blog entry by lacymeghan on Aug 31, 2014

    ... evening. We ended up being stranded in a town in the middle of Nowhere, Germany and ended up staying the night in an odd little inn. We got up early the next morning to catch a 6:30am train and were back on our way. After a full 24 hours of traveling, we finally reached our hostel and were able to check in to our rooms at long last. It was a total fluke of a stop and although we never intended to, we added a pin in our map somewhere in northern Germany.
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    A celebration of Aussie driving talent in Spa!

    A travel blog entry by andy.and.emma on Aug 24, 2014

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    ... in time to see the GP3 race, followed by the GP2 cars. Crazy that the GP2s were so much louder than the now strangely quiet turbo F1s.

    The Porsche cup cars then had their race, resembling a demolition derby with cars off left right and centre in front of us. Maybe the most exciting race of the day!

    After Andy had downed a Belgian waffle and a hamburger, and I'd eaten some hot chips and a filter coffee (!), the F1s were on. We had high hopes ...

    The Belgian Grand Prix!

    A travel blog entry by andy.and.emma on Aug 23, 2014

    ... to clear to a drizzle, then carried our chairs and bags to the track side to reclaim our position before the F1s. Andy returned with an umbrella, but walking back the foam handle broke off. Then I noticed an area of rust on the shaft. A bit rough for what it cost. It kept us from getting too soaked, and after the sun came out we felt quite warm watching trackside.

    Qualifying was interesting with such a wet track. The cars have an enormous ...

    A final German brewery on the way to the GP

    A travel blog entry by andy.and.emma on Aug 22, 2014

    ... town as the street. What are the chances of that even being possible?? A quick correction to the destination and we were off at the next exit and arrived within 10 minutes. A very lucky save!

    On arrival we noticed the campsite number we had booked (from a map back in Australia) was actually in party central - just meters away from a beer tent, music stage, and the night club finishing at 2am each morning. Knowing ...