Bilderberg Hotel De Buunderkamp
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the newly constructed bridge to press the button on the first set of lights, but as we got there they changed the lights to red and green, so they had seen us!! Grrrr!! The lifting bridge opened and we managed to get out of Utrecht with no hitch at any of the other bridges. We joined the Amsterdam-Rijn kanaal for a short while and it was pouring with rain in the lock and Eileen tested out her waterproofs as she was on ...
... to my face as I recalled seeing things similar many many years ago. It features carillon clocks, musical boxes, the singing nightingale, street and fairground organs etc. The introduction of the radio and speaker systems saw their demise, but the history and many fine examples have been preserved in this museum. It really was quite special.
Walking back to the hotel I decided I needed to try a croquette so I thought I'd try one of those self serve ...
... the occasional drizzle against the face – a true Dutch experience. We visited Utrecht University, its library and different campus buildings and then headed slightly out of town to a beautiful, hidden away countryside of Rijnauwen. It had little canals everywhere, countless trails and parks. We spent a couple of hours sitting by a canal and read our books (she actually had study to do!). On the way back, we bought some beers and went back to ...
... in southwest Germany. It was another long train trip with multiple changes, but unfortunately it was made longer by our mistake of thinking we could find a shortcut when we should have kept to our original schedule. Our first train change was in Duisburg, Germany, and while we should have had a 40 minute wait for our train to Stuttgart, we noticed that an earlier train to Stuttgart had just been delayed enough for us to hop on board and catch it. How clever ...
Before we booked this trip, I couldn't decide in what kind of accommodations we wanted to stay in during our time on the Islands. Should we stay at B&B's or in hotels or in the luxurious resorts. When we decided to do an all organized trip, we couldn't do B&B's anymore, since the company doesn't ...