Apollo Hotel Almere City Centre
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Travel Blogs from Almere
... was so sweet and had made up my bed for me so I didn't have to deal with it when I got home past 11pm. The weekend was a lot of unpacking but I also had a great time partying with my friends that I had been neglecting. I had a party with some of my climbing friends and actually went climbing for the first time in six weeks.
Saturday night was very fun but tough because I had to say goodbye to Robin. She definitely ...
... was fun to show Mom that side of the Netherlands too.
Mom flew home on Wednesday the 22nd. I spent the rest of the week hanging out with Adia and her cousin, who was staying with us for a week of his summer holiday. This was super fun since I got to take them to an attraction park one day, Almere Centrum the next and a movie on the Friday. One of those major perks of being an au pair - you get to see the Minions movie for free. In Dutch maybe, but fun ...
... the corners and gates. The next thing we noticed was the fully-fledged carnival in progress right across the road from our hotel, complete with bumper cars, teacup rides and thumpy music. It was weirdly out of place and we didn't know why it was there. After we had settled in to our room we went out for a walk and found hundreds of people dressed in various military-ish uniforms, covered with flowers and armed with musical instruments and guns with ...
... with a visit to Almere to stay with me for a night. That lucky guy. I can tell that Almere was the highlight of his trip. The next day I saw my cousin Joelle, who has been traveling for a few weeks since finishing her semester of grad school. Then last weekend I saw Meghan, who worked with me at Camp Korey last summer as she traveled Europe on a whirlwind tour. So nice to have so many ...
... GwaPE moused anyone? Perhaps a suitcase then?
The town was almost bizarrely picturesque with peaceful canals, beautiful buildings, bikes and flowers everywhere. The streets around the town square were full of souvenir shops which is always a bit boring, but once we wandered a bit further we found cute little lanes and alleys lined with terrace houses and beautiful pots of flowers. The highlight of the Delft day was climbing ...