Bastion Hotel Leiden/Oegstgeest
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... switched off I must have counted at least 20 trains cross that bridge.
Finally I cannot stand this any longer and so i start just pushing my way through the cars to which most were ok and if they saw me would move over if possible.
As I very slowly make my way through the cars I hear a police car approaching from behind and so i know there has been a accident.
Finally i get to the front of all this hell and sure enough there has been ...
... m eating a breakfast that features real butter smeared on real bread-toasted! I couldn't have swung any further to the opposite side of the spectrum. I can hardly believe that 12 hours ago I was floating above the juba airport watching SPLA soldiers move like camouflaged ants as our plane shoved through the clouds. Tomorrow I start debriefings in our Amsterdam office ...
... as a whole is worth the visit.
After a very filling lunch, we spent the rest of the afternoon taking a walk recommended by our guidebook, looking at roof gables and seventeenth-century facades. There's little to describe here. It was simply pleasant and enjoyable.
... Afterward, we took a cruise around the canals that we had all to ourselves. We had mock elections that were awarded with lots and lots and lots and lots of laughs. It was a wonderful last night with the entire gang.
Tomorrow, we stop in Belgium and then take the ferry to the U.K. where we'll all part our separate ways. Tears will be shed. Already have my ...
WednesdayWe left the houseboat after a night rain to get to the ship. It was a nice morning so Ed planned the route for us to walk instead of getting the tram. It was about 1.2 miles. Dragging luggage is more difficult, but we made it with a few rest stops. We came across an old couple from Texas who had taken the train in and were walking. They each had a small rolling bag. Surely if a couple that must have been in their eighties could do it, we could! Susan was a ...