Apollo Hotel Utrecht
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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... huge line around the block, turning the corner, down that entire block, and then turning another corner and down that block. I was so happy to already have my ticket! These poor people must have been in line for hours. Inside, you walk up a series of several sets of stairs, all very steep, to reach the annex behind the bookcase. All of the furniture is gone, but some remnants remain – like photos glued to the wall and pencil markings showing the ...
... d resisted poffertjes, but managed to squeeze some of these delicious small pancake like balls in, before leaving Holland.
Our exit from Holland was via the car ferry from Hoek van Holland to Harwick, in the UK. It was an overnight trip leaving at 10:30pm and disembarking at the other end at 6:30am. Our cabin was an outside cabin, with very comfortable beds and bathroom, and with a calm sea, it was an easy crossing. I was surprised to see the size ...
After a good breakfast and being able to sleep in a little, Berit took off to work and we left for Amsterdam. The drive was much shorter than the day before which was a nice change. We decided to go straight to the hotel to at least park the car without paying large sums of money
for hourly parking. When we got there, the outside of the hotel looked a little sketchy but the price was good so we went on in. The lobby wasn't very promising either but at ...