Van der Valk Purmerend

Address: Purmerenderweg 232, Zuidoostbeemster, Noord-Holland, 1461 DN, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Purmerenderweg 232, Zuidoostbeemster.
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      Day 4: Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Aug 25, 2014

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      ... across the lake (ocean) to Volendam, about a half hour sailing. On the boat, they served apple cake and coffee, and it was exactly the same as I remember Oma used to make when we went and visited Oma and Opa. It was yet another example of how 'Dutch' it all was, even if we didn't realise it at the time. We docked in Volendam, which is set on the top of a dyke, and disembarked. The town is a big dock for massive river cruise boats, so is really touristy (yes traditional ...

      Day in Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by gretalindberg on Aug 09, 2014

      19 photos

      Today we made it to Amsterdam again! We started the day off with the most ridiculous tourist tap. We were dragged on the bus to a "cheese and clog factory". You know it's a tourist trap when the souvenir shop is 4 times the size of the factory.... Then we headed to the city for a bus and canal tour. We walked by the Anne Frank House, and through the entire city, dodging bike after bike. Such a beautiful city, beautiful day and so many ...

      Amsterdam to London

      A travel blog entry by helseyj on Jul 28, 2014

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      ... slightly. We found the station ok and after some enquiries found the platform that we needed to go to. All the signs were double Dutch to us and no signage on the platform that we could see that told us where our carriage would be when the train arrived. The platform was a mile long and lots of people with lots of luggage. Finally we found a sign along the platform that told us approximately where the carriage would ...

      Dam Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by boysplus on May 29, 2014


      ... caught a tram to the "nine little streets" area that was supposedly good for shopping and coffee. It was situated close to the Anne Frank house where we had reservations for 1:20. It is so popular that people routinely stand in line for 3 hours to get in if they have not purchased tickets in advance. Thank goodness Terri planned ahead. We found the house easily and headed off to explore with a couple of hours to burn. ...

      Lessons Learned

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Mar 16, 2014

      ... of leaving without having a nice coffee to aid in digestion, complete with chocolate-covered coffee bean or speculoos (or even a Danish butter cookie, in one instance). This is something I feel we should adopt back at home.

      2. Dogs in public places. Europe still has plenty of people, and nobody has died yet. Dogs in restaurants and dogs in hostels….dogs have more free run here, and I personally think it’s great. ...