The city of Utrecht is the 4th city of The Netherlands with a little less than 300,000 inhabitants and is the capital of the province with the same name. It is centrally located in the country and functions as a crossroad of most railwaylines and highways.
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The front desk staff is very young, but nice and friendly. The stairs are very very very steep and narrow, it was hard to maneuver a 23 Kg suitcase up and down the stairs. The breakfast is good, nice to have coffee/tea/hot cocoa station all day long, and there are nice touches like the bowl of complimentary fruit at the entrance. ... more
Very friendly welcome. Great location just outside the very centre of Utrecht. Pillows were too flat for my taste. And shower in the room sounds convenient, but not when you have to share that room with other people that get up at different times. But overall: a very good hostel! ... more
NL- amsterdam, rotterdam or utrecht?
Hi pple, I'll be in the Hague in the Netherlands at the end of June and probably will have a weekend free so I was thinking of visiting either Amsterdam, Rotterdam or Utrecht. Which do you recommend? Will there be places open during weekends? ...
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Utrecht in the Netherlands of course. And Groningen in the Netherlands as well. Leuven in Belgium. ...
Today started as a pretty cruisy day!!! I sent off a couple of emails and then Auca invited me to go to Utrecht to have a look at a 4 or 5 level bookshop with him. We rode into Amersfoort and caught the train to Utrecht. We rolled into our station and started the 15 minute departure of what ...
Posted in Wanderings of a Kiwi by classique
We are in Utrecht now. It is very hot and humid. Everything closes at 6pm even most restaraunts. I slept after Rodney left for work then I went to the gym and a personal trainer helped me on the equipment, then I went swimming. We went out and got lost again. We can't find a converter anywhere here ...
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