Pension Schaefer

Address: Herensingel 1a, Leiden, Zuid-Holland, 2316, Netherlands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Leiden

A Side Trip to Delft

A travel blog entry by al-karen on Dec 01, 2014

12 photos

Up early today as we have planned a little side trip on the train. Mom makes our breakfast in the kitchen. Nothing fancy. Corn flakes, toast, yogurt, fruit and coffee. We spent €10 at the grocery store and we will get 3 breakfasts out of that, quite the discount. We like to eat at the table by the window and people watch while drinking our coffee. I work on the blog a bit while she gets ready and then off we go. At Centraal station, we take a I hour train ride to ...

A house full of girls.

A travel blog entry by cdennison on Oct 03, 2014

1 comment, 23 photos

... to our new home in Wassenaar.
We helped to prepare our dinner of Stump, in part to help celebrate the defeat of the Spanish in 1500s. When the Spanish retreated all there was left to eat were carrots and potatoes. We supplemented our dinner with beef and wine. And in part because it is a delicious Dutch tradition.
Two of our number went off to sleep at Henriette and Henk's place near by. A perfect first day in the capital ...

Bus to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 17, 2014

... we boarded the bus again. Pretty soon we were crossing the border of Brussels, with the country being full of vast green fields and a whole lot of dairy cows. We were a little ahead of schedule so when we arrived in the town of Bruges we were given 50 minutes to eat and explore. Eammon and Elli-Mae were about to get on the bus so we met them at their hostel cafe and they took us through town to the river, just so we could get a quick snap shot ...


A travel blog entry by yeo-buijsen on Aug 25, 2014

... size it was a bit quieter than some of the other hotels on the Strip. The worse hotel room was probably the Ranch in Death Valley…that one was very small. The cabin just outside Yosemite was also not fantastic. Luckily we only had one night in both these hotels so it wasn't a problem.

Overall the Americans were very friendly and helpful, although they do like to point out to you if you make a mistake (in the traffic ...

On the way to Amsterdam in luxury....

A travel blog entry by koolajsp on Jul 13, 2014

5 photos

... permeates the air as we walked past cafés to our hotel. It is a lovely 5 star hotel with a large room with really high ceilings, enormous bathroom, soft bed, free minibar with wine, soft drink and spirit mixers that are replenished daily and we can even use soap and eat in our room. It has a lovely Art Deco feel. The hotel overlooks a canal and we are soon going out to watch the World Cup in a local bar. So more ...