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Road Trip: Holland and Belgium
— by Maria Shollenbarger, Published Nov. 2009
Ghent | Europe | Belgium
This lovely B&B is comprised of four enormous rooms in a former mansion. To their listed 18th-century hôtel particulier, Jan Rosseel and Marc Verga
The Hague | Europe | The Netherlands | Rotterdam + The Southwest Netherlands
This grande dame on Lange Voorhout square that underwent a total makeover by French design star Jacques Garcia in 2006.
Maastricht | Europe | The Netherlands
In the realm of unlikely trends: ancient monasteries are being reinvented as luxury hotels with rigorously chic interiors. Among the most stylish—a
The restaurant is set in a 13th-century granary on the oldest canal in town. Expect low beamed ceilings, a backlit lounge, and stainless-steel acce
Stop for a cocktail under low vaulted-brick ceilings.
The lacquered walls and velvet banquettes are a sumptuous backdrop for a light, seasonal menu (try the North Sea bass with fennel and cucumber).
Amsterdam | Europe | The Netherlands
Grab a sandwich at this hip organic bakery.
Order the chef’s-course dinner for sublime fresh fish, such as wild turbot with langoustine.
The Gothic spires are one of the town’s most recognized landmarks, but inside the church is the true treasure—the 15th-century altarpiece Adoration
The museum holds Rembrandts, Brueghels, and two of Vermeer’s great masterpieces, Girl with a Pearl Earring and View on Delft.
Don the walking shoes, pack a camera, and line up behind a guide to ascend the country’s most sky-scraping church tower. A symbol of Amsterdam, the
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) | Europe | The Netherlands | Amsterdam
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