Bastion Hotel Bussum Zuid / Hilversum
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... really obvious how harsh a language it sounds. I think the best thing about it is the accent it gives the Dutch when they speak English. But maybe I've just got sour grapes because Dad never taught it to us growing up (don't worry Dad, I'm joking, but that struck a chord didn't it? Serves you right for taking so long to start reading my blog!). Finally we headed for home, and a low key relaxing afternoon in the apartment. We bought some cheeses, meats and snacks on the way there, ...
... time with Onion. I can not see her for ages and it feels like just yesterday we were riding our bikes and having sleep overs. Onion left early the next morning for Paris and Me and Emma spent more time in the park the just exploring the outta skirts of Amsterdam. It's a pretty beautiful place and the weather was perfect. Flight to Porto, Portugal this evening. Pretty excited. We have no idea what the plan is for the next 2 weeks. But bring it ...
Day two in Amsterdam, the weather is still quite grim so an excellent opportunity to check out some of Amsterdam's incredible museums. My day started off with me thinking I was walking in the right direction, acting like I know all there is to know about the streets of Amsterdam, turns out I don't know and I spent about 45 min redirecting myself where I wanted to go. My first stop was the van Gogh museum in the museum quarter. On my way to the area I of course had to ...
... then only 15 mins by train into the heart of the City. An 0700hrs flight from LHR could enable a decent day trip.......me thinks. A short cab ride from the Station through tree line canals and cobbled streets full of people on bikes we arrived at our converted canal house hotel called The Pulizer. Hand picked six foot doormen (reminiscent of camp Luftwaffe pilots in top hats that probably moonlight as bouncers at the local Turkish baths) whisked ...