Hotel Dom

Domstraat 4, Utrecht, Utrecht, 3512 JB, Netherlands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Utrecht

Orange Everywhere

A travel blog entry by meganmulray on Jun 29, 2014

8 photos

... over to the Anne Frank House, but the line was very,very long so we just appreciated it from the outside.
It was a fun day.

In the evening we traveled back to Utrecht and met Marie Cobac and Robina Nawrath for the first time. Marie and Robina were a part of BCD's Management Associate Program (MAP) two years ago and were the first group to take part in ACTEs ...

Leanne in Utrecht; Don at the office

A travel blog entry by lad.kennedy on Mar 24, 2014

4 comments, 11 photos

... mowed down! I thought I walked fast but gosh some of these folk can move!
It's been great to talk to both the girls in the last 24hrs. Thanks to the friends who helped make Rachel's birthday special by getting in touch with her etc. Hannah's exciting news is that she has been chosen for the Otago Univ Women's rowing 8 again and another trip to China looks imminent.
Tonight I got takeaways for tea - noodles and some frites (I've been eyeing them up since we ...

Clogs, Fishing and Red Lights

A travel blog entry by philandjan on Aug 19, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... to allow land reclamation. In the early 20th Century it became an artists retreat and both Picasso and Renoir spent time there.

On the way to Volendam, we stopped at a traditional Dutch Windmill, and met the "owner/operator", who was bit of a character. He told us that when the sails are turning, the windmill always has to be manned. The windmill can only pump water when the blades are turning, and the blades must always face into the wind. If the wind direction changes, he ...

Make like a bear.

A travel blog entry by tinyjuggernauts on Jul 09, 2013

52 photos

... upon a free lunch in the form of vegetable soup being dished out by a group of individuals campaigning for an end to food waste, a very important cause which not enough people are aware of.

The walk to the campsite was long and tiring in the hot sun, but a good opportunity to see some of the the areas of Amsterdam which not many get a chance to. After a rainy night ...

Mom & Daughter Day

A travel blog entry by rsilver7 on Jun 24, 2013

5 photos

... more rain - and chilly out! I need to dress better!) While Mom went to turn in her badge for this trip, I looked at their art display. Rabobank is a huge art supporter, and they always have an art exhibit open to the public for free. We saw Fernando Sanchez Castillo's exhibit called, "El sueno de la razon," or in English, "The sleep of reason." This picture is of "Tank Man," a commentary and representation of the man killed ...