Bilderberg Hotel De Buunderkamp
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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... a gander at the bicycle infrastructure, but as it turns out they have planned not only for bicycles, but for so much more! They have worked long and hard to have a fully integrated system for bicycles, buses, cars, and light rail. Yet, in this fully integrated system, they have signs reminding everyone that bicycles are in charge and drivers are guests on the road. Even with those constant reminders, it ...
... laughing talking and playing a competing match of games boys vs girls, much to Uncle Wims delight the boys were victorious, and he took home the honey cake and trophy. It was a late night with a stop off to look at Johans work that has a Formula 1 car on a wall as art work, only the best for a private school. Thanks to all that made it a fun Filled ...
... line. Others were either inside or under the rain cover at the back! We then we turned on to the Lek Kanaal leading to the Lek river. We were cruising with the flow with the engine barely over tick over and we were doing an average of 6 knots. This was caravan and static home countryside with loads of river beaches and water sports but not so many buckets and spades today as it was a little chilly in the wind and the ...
... the largest and most luxurious castle in Holland, owned and occupied by the Van Zuylen family until fairly recently, but restored, furnished and maintained with Rothschild family money as a former Baron Van Zyl married well.
The Dom Tower in Utrecht was another highlight, we climbed 465 steps (112m) to the top of the highest church bell tower in the Netherlands, and could even see Amsterdam in the distance.
... successful drinking and dining establishment. It’s quite a sight to walk in from a boring door on the street into a lofty and ornate church room.
Tijs decided to go home for a nana nap because he’d had a big night, so Rianne took us to get a traditional Dutch New Year’s Eve pastry called oliebol from a stall vendor, and then on to an organic burger place (kind of like Grill’d in Australia) called Meneer Smakers. It was so tasty and fresh, and the ...