No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Photos of Elsa's Home
TripAdvisor Reviews Elsa's Home Utrecht
Travel Blogs from Utrecht
... Naturally, had to go in and have a look. Quite a variety of work, from old and traditional to new age style in the ancient format. Dideridoos, books on aboriginal culture, souveniers. Fascinating.
Cyclists everywhere. You did not mess with the morning bike peak. Pedestrians were expected to keep out of the way, and cars had to give way. There were more definite rules than in Lucca, ...
... words of encouragement with us as we wrapped up our day at the Utrecht office and begin our time with BCD soon.
In the evening we went back to Amsterdam to watch another World Cup match, eat dinner, and finish up sightseeing.
Also, it’s worth noting that all of these meetings contained enough valuable content and conversation to make up an entire post each. Visiting BCD offices never fails to impress, challenge, and ...
... we were done checking out windmills and sitting in the sun, we got the same bus/train combo back and had some really good Chinese food for dinner. In bed early again (we're old and lame).
Today I dragged Glenn out to Keukenhoff, which is the second largest flower garden in the world (number 1 is in Dubai, of course), apparently 7 million bulbs are planted each year and the gardens are only open for 6 weeks during March-May, ...
... could own one of those!! After Don left we decided to head to the supermarket to get some stores. On the way we stopped in to a little bar for a drink and something to munch on as we hadn't really had anything all day....cake for breakfast at the airport and some cheese munchies on the plane....so munchies led to more foods as the food was great, the atmosphere great and the lady that was serving us....that we found out later owned the bar....was free pouring the ...
... about what a funny American saying it is, so now it’s a bit of a personal joke. We caught the bus back to her home in Julianapark, and she rode and met us there. Rianne’s apartment is really awesome, she shares with three other students, but her room feels more like a separate apartment in an apartment. We gave her the kilo of chocolate from Belgian and she was delighted. Joanna and I seriously feel like we are paying our way through Europe with chocolate, because ...