Apollo Hotel Utrecht
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The Netherlands' fourth largest city is often overlooked by tourists. Outside of Amsterdam and Rotterdam, the other cities of the Netherlands are often missed by travellers passing through looking for the cheap thrills of the capital and the other bigger cities. However, this is a shame, as Utrecht is a tremendously interesting city with a rich history and ...
... in bicycle training. Role playing as cyclists and car drivers, and literally watching how long it takes for a car to stop? Genius!! How could anyone forget that??
Watching the wave of students getting picked up at the end of the day was beautiful. Kids riding with other kids in tow... Parents biking up with their toddlers in front, or with Christiania cargo bikes ready to pick up 3 or 4 kids... children with instruments strapped to their backs... parents chatting ...
... for me on the rack. It’s also easy to find bras and shoes in sizes that would be rare in the US.
After shopping, I made my way to the Utrecht Dom Tower and its neighboring church. The tower is large and beautiful, but the weather was a little too hot to make climbing it seem like much fun. The church was interesting, mostly because it was so different in tone and style from the churches in France. It also bore a lot of damage in 1580 ...
Can I just say that I love Merel's flat? (Girl I am staying with...blue hair? Now you remember!)
It's not big. I will give you that, but it is sooo cute!
Like so cute!
I want one as a pet.
I decided to go into Utrecht today, with the bun that Merel left in the fridge for me with the note.
Cause you know alllll about that.
I walked around little canals and streets for ages looking for ...
... is a windmill that is actually still inhabited however not functional, although the windmills up until the mid 1980s, were used to pump out water into the North Sea so as the country could and can still be inhabited!!!
The tour bus left us in downtown Amsterdam and we rejoined our guide at the Anne Frank House later in the afternoon for a visit to this most humbling ...