Vesper Hotel

Address: Koningin Astrid Boulevard 46, Noordwijk, Zuid-Holland, 2202 BE, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Koningin Astrid Boulevard 46, Noordwijk, is near Corpus, National Museum of Natural History (Naturalis), and Rijn (Rhine).
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Noordwijk

We're in Rotterdam.. This calls for a song

A travel blog entry by niknak21 on Oct 21, 2014

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... everyone aboard! We met an English man on the train, he's just moved over after 31 years in England and has set up a new business. He's Dutch originally, but can't remember much of the language since he's been away for so long. He moved from London to a little house boat in Amsterdam! Anyway, enough about him! The journey was quick, and we arrived before we knew it! We arrived into Brussels and after getting our next lot of tickets to Bruges we ...

Day 4: Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Aug 25, 2014

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... with classic Dutch windmills! Never in my life had I so wished I had the tattoo that Daniel had with a windmill on his ****. What a gorgeous place! We went into a windmill built in the 1600's and had a look around. It was such an impressive machine that it could crush peanuts into peanut oil that today the same amount could be done in less than a day! I felt sorry for the bloke who still operates it, does he feel inferior or what?! The best part of it all was the photo ...

All over Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 17, 2014

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... quarter was rather odd. The only things remaining that were remotely Jewish were the synagogues. This is because during WWII many Jewish people escaped to Amsterdam as religious refugees. However, when the Nazis took over the city the area was abandoned. WWII went on for over two more years and the Allies never came to free the city so the people of Amsterdam went to the abandoned Old Jewish Quarter (because all the Jews had been deported ...

Amsterdam in a daze.

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Jun 23, 2014

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The transition from mile high to Amsterdam at sea level went very smoothly being met by Travel marvel paddle held high claiming a select bunch of Aussies, us included, of course, at the airport at the decent hour of 7a.m. A quick










trip by coach to the cruise terminal, close to Central Station, saw us cleansed of our luggage and ready to wander (heads still in the clouds) the ...

We tried to knock out Anne Frank. Final day.

A travel blog entry by jennyblumberg on May 25, 2014

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Bright and early, a phrase I never thought I'd utter: "Let's knock out Anne Frank."

Well, we tried to. Despite arriving just after opening time at 9am, we found the queue to be at least 100 people long. As much as we wanted to, we couldn't justify spending our last few hours in the city waiting in line, where inevitably we'd feel rushed to experience the exhibit.

Across the canal was a tiny cheese museum. We talked up a Brazilian ...