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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... took a pic at the cornerflag in a still empty stadium, and after that they were on the pitch while the players came on and warmed up and took a photo with the players 2 mins before the match while 80.000 people were singing the Barcelona anthem. An experience of a lifetime……! Hockey and football season ’14-’15 are now over. Next year Ole will start playing at Pinoke (hockey) as well. In the meantime, we have to stay busy, so now we go to ...
... wasn't dark. We went along a few of the main canals & out into the harbour, our ship was still docked, maybe we could sneak on board & stow away after all.
Luckily when we booked this hotel we asked for quiet rooms, so we are on the 3rd(top) floor and at the back. The hotel is very near Dam Square & the little side street it is on was filled with people having drinks & meals etc. at the many restaurants, cafés & ...
We left Berlin early on Sunday morning and began making our way to Amsterdam. Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands, or Holland of you prefer. The drive through the Dutch countryside was nice and scenic, and after nine hours of driving we arrived in Amsterdam around 5:00 PM. After we checked in to our hostel we made our way out into the city for a walking tour. Amsterdam is not known for its Dutch Cuisine, instead it features food from all over the world. It has Mexican ...
Thanks to Alexia Biggs for her recommendation, we visited Collectie Six, a most amazing private collection of paintings and artefacts that have been in the von Hellegom family for four centuries. the 58-room house is located Amsterdam's most prestigious area. Overlooking the canal, the home has been in the area for 400 odd years, but the actual house has been in the family since 1915. They had to move 'around the corner' with the advent of ...
... vondel park and generally strolled around the city. Sanjeev is of Indian origin whose family settled in Suriname centuries ago. It was good to taste Surinamese food for lunch. We both enjoyed it thoroughly. Later in the evening, we just took a stroll along the Red Light district and since both of us found it a bit uncomfortable, did not stay longer. For those of you who are curious, I ...