Bastion Hotel Leiden/Voorschoten
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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Well now there's a thing! We all managed to get out of the house exactly on time - quite an achievement with two teenage daughters I can tell you. It was really nice for me not to have to run back to the station in a mad dash after dropping the girls off with all the baggage which is the usual modus operandi. It was really ****** weather at Schipol so it was a lovely thought to be heading off to the Brazilian sun (even though it is winter ...
King's Day (or Koningsdag in Dutch) is a national holiday to celebrate the King's birthday. This first came about in 1885 and began as Princess's Day (or Prinsessedag in Dutch) to mark the birthday of Princess Wilhelmina on August 31st. On her accession day in 1890, the day changed to Queen's Day (or Koninginnedag in Dutch) and continued as Queen's ...
... Leaving home I was most excited about calling a new place home. Not so much the travel aspect. That time will come in 5 months.
I was fortunate enough to land a room in the heart of Leiden, through a friend of a friend. As it turns out, I couldn’t have gotten much luckier. Fraternities and Sororities are a big thing in Leiden, it is almost life consuming for those who are members (which is a big proportion!), and I have found myself living in a ...
... his achievements when he created an abundance of masterpieces while living in Arles. The Arles room was for us the highlight of the museum and we particularly liked Van Gogh’s Irises, Sunflowers, Jasmine Blossom and Room in Arles. The Museum was very busy but we were able to get good views of the paintings and closely inspect the artist’s brushwork. Unfortunately the museum does not allow visitors to take photos of its works so we had to console ...
... us up in a sort of strange relationship with the cooks. At first they were all business and essentially ignored us, but as the night when on, they got goofier and goofier, and started doing things like asking us with hand signals how the food was (we also got a picture of us, where unbeknowst to us, a chef was striking a funny pose in the background). We agreed it was much more interesting than just looking out on the harbor (our other option). ...