Hotel Houten

Hoofdveste 25, Houten, Utrecht, 3992 DH, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hoofdveste 25, Houten, is near Nederlands Spoorwegmuseum, Railway Museum (Het Spoorwegmuseum), Central Museum, and Centraal Museum.
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A travel blog entry by yaffa on Aug 01, 2014

Well as usual alarm set for 5 am but I woke earlier, think I woke everyone else, we then organised ourselves and left hotel at 6am heading towards railway station 10min walk if that - found our platform and then went off in search off food to have on train shame but DB do not serve silver service tray food) up on platform waited for our train and at 6.50 it pulled I. And we boarded lucky we bought ...


A travel blog entry by barblucas on Jul 05, 2014

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Yesterday we went to the train station in Paris, were we went onto a train to Amsterdam. We next went up to our hotel were there was a cat that was completely scared of us they actualy had english channels which was really good for us:). The next day we went to a Van Gogh museum witch was really big, next we had lunch and watched soccer we also got Holland Soccer t shirts with V. Persie on the back and watched some ...


A travel blog entry by skdowler on May 12, 2014

... flags was when he advised us to "sit at the local tea house in the park and contemplate the trees". Afterwards, a small group of us went to find some food,stumbling across a pancake house. As good as they were, they didn't hit the spot so KFC it was. Although it's not KFC in Amsterdam, rather Kentucky Fried Chicken. Feeling the lack of sleep over the last few days, we headed back to the hotel to relax ...

Amsterdam Walking Tour and Heineken Experience

A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Feb 11, 2014

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... returned safely they could make up to 400%25 profit... The company eventually folded as the merchants were all corrupt. The streets and homes that line the canal are very pretty. They are really expensive, apparently they cost 5000 euros per sq foot. We saw the smallest house and the largest house on the canal, quite a difference between the two. A recent phenomenon are houseboats apparently there are 2,500 lining the canals of Amsterdam which help ease the problem of housing. ...

Ayyy Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by ljean on Oct 22, 2013

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... and narrow. It reminded me of being back in Italy. After our tour we walked around and did some shopping. It was also nice that there were a lot of English speakers here. We had a really long day of walking and I had so many blisters on my feet so for dinner we walked to a place pretty close to the hostel. We all had little grilled sandwiches with soup. It really hit the spot. It was starting to get a little chilly in Europe now so hot chicken noodle soup was just what ...