Hotel Keistad

Lieve Vrouwestraat 12, Amersfoort, Utrecht, 3811 BR, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lieve Vrouwestraat 12, Amersfoort, is near Muurhuizen, Museum Flehite, Museum Flehite, and Mondriaanhuis.
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Travel Blogs from Amersfoort

More about this mission to the Hadzabe

A travel blog entry by jaynewick on Sep 06, 2013


... And how can anyone preach unless they are sent?" (Rom 10:14-15 [NIV])

The Simple Hope mission produced a YouTube video in 2011 that will give you a first-hand view of the people and the incarnational mission. Here is the link:

More to come from the boots on the ground in Tanzania... Jayne

Monday - last full day in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by mauveme on Jul 08, 2013

3 comments, 5 photos

... br> After the big clean, we went to the brewery again, then a (painful) bike ride to the other side of the city to a park. And as it was a lovely sunny day, so was every man and his dog.
Home and attempted to "grill" (as they call it here - or as we say BBQ) on the small webber like thing Stephanie has bought a few months ago and still hadn't used. Had to break it in for the bf tomorrow!

Stephanie leaves to pick up bf from airport and we plan ...

More European craziness

A travel blog entry by emily.hall.7758 on May 27, 2013

8 photos

... to bed and we found ourselves in a bar. I also forgot to mention earlier that we had purchased a litre bottle of vodka which we had shot during the show. We were now close to intoxicated and drank further in the bar, meeting a few different groups of tourists, mostly British. As the story goes, the rest of the night is a little blurry but waking up the next day with a train to catch at 10:00am we quickly packed our belongings. However during the packing, Bridget ...

#2 - Foggy bottom

A travel blog entry by jkswecker on Sep 14, 2012

3 photos

... our driver. They were everywhere... The number of bicycles is truly amazing and none of them are the traditional 10 speeds that are shiny like we see in the states. They are all single speeds, rusty from sitting out side and all equipped with bells. Some have a trunk to provide children rides to school, goods from the store, or your portfolio for work and are the traditional old school form of transportation. We headed out yesterday with the intent of going to the ...

Windmills! Windmills!

A travel blog entry by yearoftheshorts on Mar 06, 2010

4 photos

... audience.

The book mentions a museum that I cannot enter. Known for his writing, painting, poems, prose and violin playing abilities, the museum of Armando caught fire some years ago, and is yet to find a new place of residence. Across the road from this however is the Museum Flehite. The entrance is quite wonderful – the building is situated where several canals meet, I have to cross a bridge to get in. The museum gives a detailed history of the town of ...