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TravelPod Member ReviewsHello B&B Utrecht
Such a cute hostel wonderful lounge bar area and great staff! Didn't have any lockers but it was very clean and lovely!
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... there are often signs indicating deers crossing. There are 10 000 kilometres of dykes. In previous years the land tax was based on the size of your door so all the front doors and staircases are very narrow. Subsequently the buildings have wider windows and hooks coming out from the roof for you to attach rope to and hoist your furniture up as lounge chairs etc wouldn't fit through the front door.
First stop was the Coster Diamond house where Ashleigh ...
... You will probably recognise this chair designed by Rietveld. I have one more house to see: Fallingwater in Pennsylvania designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Nearly forgot to add that Utrecht is the home also of Dick Bruna, he of Miffy fame, where his house has been turned into a wonderful museum for children with all sorts of Miffy activities. Ian really enjoyed a film of him working and explaining how he draws, by ...
... Another year has flown by so quickly but this time she is enjoying it in Amsterdam.
And what a day !! Cool start warming to 22 degrees under blue skies - cannot get much better than that.
We followed through on the bus trip booking that we made and can thoroughly recommend it as a day trip to anyone who visits Amsterdam. It is a public bus service so you get to see the back streets of the little towns on the route and we were able to ...
... scenic road to our hotel and found just the thing. Do you know how narrow the top of a dike is? That was the "road" that we shared with bikes, walkers and other cars. Fortunately it was not busy. The view was unique with fields and farms on one side and river barges on the other. Every field has small drainage canals ...
... br> Our final day in Holland we spent in sunny Leiden. In this delightful town we visited a working windmill, rebuilt in 1743 it is 29 metres tall and the span of the windmills is 27 metres. It had the capacity to mill 1280kg of flour a day, today that would be enough bread for 8000 people. In this mill, the family home occupied the lower 3 floors, and they were quite spacious rooms, and the grain and workings of the mill were on the upper 4 floors. All ...