Hotel Pegasus

Address: Soerenseweg 17, Apeldoorn, Gelderland, 7314 CA, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Apeldoorn West area of Apeldoorn, is near Paleis Het Loo.
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      Travel Blogs from Apeldoorn

      Family time in the Netherlands!

      A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Feb 17, 2015

      ... to say goodbye to Remko before he went to work as I was off to Copenhagen that afternoon. I packed my bag ready to go then caught a train to a nearby town called Zwolle. It's another nice old Dutch city. I only had a couple of hours to look around before I needed to head to the airport. So at midday I went back to Apeldoorn to grab my bag and say goodby to the kids. It's always hard to say goodbye when you have no idea when you will see them again! Remko and his family are ...

      A visit to a palace and historical village

      A travel blog entry by rickandwill on May 06, 2012

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... with King Willem III up to and including the late Queen Wilhelmina. Her granddaughter the present queen only visits on official duties when warranted. The palace itself is large but not impressive, compered to Buck House it is almost plain and does not reek of opulance. However as plain and drab as some of the rooms seem, the furniture is fantastic in certain places. Very often furniture pieces are edged in gold which look at little out of place amongst all the plain stuff. ...

      Still staring into the abyss

      A travel blog entry by aanhetnetman on Feb 06, 2012

      ... week or so should remain till I'm off to more exotic and far warmer climes, in need of some psychic r and r. Not quite the "devil may care" attitude of forty years back, and perhaps not the best of mind sets for such and undertaking, but that feeling of jumping into, if not "the" abyss, at least an abyss, has begun to ooze into my being. Hope parachutes, bungee cords and the like function as they ...

      (Very) cool runnings...

      A travel blog entry by turnernz on Feb 05, 2012

      2 photos

      ... of many marathons in wose shape (in particular the Isle on Man marathon after enough alcohol to kill a small horse the night before and a night sleeping on the sea front), I shrugged off the incredible cold and trusted that I would soon warm up once off and running. The quizzacle look on other competitors faces when they saw my bare legs suggested they may know better...

      Things started well as the marathon tracked through a few streets in the town ...

      Blasting Day One!

      A travel blog entry by niranjan on Jun 26, 2010

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... The hospital was extremely clean and it looked like a star grade hotel with a nice cafeteria and shops. Medical service & treatment in public hospitals is free as well as paid. Fee depends on type of issue.

      Dutch people pay a hefty tax (up to 50%) to government. Health insurance (average premium of E 125 per month) in this country is mandatory and insurance companies take care of everything in case of contingency. Major issues ...