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Well it was the morning we were leaving London and heading on to the wonderful Brussels, a city in Belgium. We had booked a bus to take us to Brussels from London and it was roughly a 6 & a half hour bus ride! It left at 9 so we figured waking up @ 7 would be plenty of time, assuming the Victoria Coach Station was in near distance, but we were …
... we caught the bus home and then talked with Rianne’s housemates Lotte and Jantien. We found it very amusing at that hour that Dutch people use the word ‘hoor’ (pronounced like something rude) for ‘eh/aye’, and heard many funny stories about how that’s got people into trouble overseas. We even let the girls try Vegemite, but I don’t think we have any converts.
It was a wonderful day ‘hanging with the locals’, as Tijs would ...
... a quiet affair. With Anne at the university, I spent the morning blogging and hanging out with Rosa and Yuriaan, eating breakfast really slowly and helping the guys clean up the mess. It felt like the place had had a storm go through it! There was stuff everywhere – beer bottles, pizza boxes, bits of food, furniture upside down and a hangover to match. After Anne got back from university, we spent the afternoon just hanging out, ...
Arriving in Utrecht we jumped in a cab bound for Turner Cars and Campers to finally see what our deposit had reserved for us. We arrived at a small flat atop a junkyard – although I'm sure mechanically-minded folk, would call it paradise.
After meeting Donna, we drove out to her storage yard, with promises of a quality camper waiting for us to own and love. Well we ...
... leaning forward. This didn’t explain away all the sloping buildings though.
Whenever we travel, we try to find local or traditional foods and dishes to eat. We did have trouble doing this in Amsterdam, as there are many ethnic foods available, but not Dutch foods. We did find one cafe that served some traditional dishes, and this was the thickest, richest, most wonderful pea soup you could eat. Photo enclosed of a spoon standing ...
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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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