Little White Bear Guesthouse (Het Wit Beertje)
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Great place to stay 10mins walk to the centre of the old city. Beertje puts on a great breakfast and the guest house is very clean and comfortable.
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... the phrase spitting distance advisedly.
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With the tube ...
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