Bilderberg Grand Hotel Wientjes
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... bit out of place not being dressed up and whenever people spoke to me I had to keep saying sorry I don't speak Dutch. The party was really getting going but I decided to leave Den Bosch and go to Utrecht on my way back to Apeldoorn as I had missed out yesterday. My train back was going via Utrecht anyway so it wasn't out of the way. After only half an hour I arrived in Utrecht and spent a couple of hours walking around the city. Utrecht is like a small Amsterdam with the ...
In the morning, we packed up and loaded our stuff into a big room in the guest house, then had breakfast in the cafeteria. After breakfast we had a session.
The session was with the Dronten coordinators of agriculture/livestock and international studies. We learned a lot about the university. During the lecture, I was working on physics homework I had due, and messaging one of the Dutch students our plans for the day. I had done my city report ...
... to keep partying. I finally managed to get the to go downstairs, with me, and head outside. Some of the other girls were afraid of what would happen. One of the girls came down and yelled at the guys. There were three of us girls standing outside the guest house around 11 pm with a bunch of the Dutch guys, just chit-chatting. Somehow, after we managed to go to bed, a lamp was broken. Either by some of the Dutch kids or one of the American boys on the trip.
The lights came on in the cabin at 5:30 GMT+1, and I found I had slept about 4 hours off and on. There was a half moon over the right wing, and soon Venus was rising followed by the orange glow of dawn. I was ready to hit the ground running. A stop at the ATM, the store to get a SIM card, and I was ready to pick up my rental car. After a wrong turn right out of the lot, I figured out ...
... fuel bills. As many of you may know, our vehicle is a Toyota Troopcarrier which is quite a large vehicle. Now try and imagine driving into some of the old German or Dutch towns or villages, and trying to find somewhere to park! Are you cringing? Because we were. So we decided to buy a couple of eBikes ("e" because of MJ’s knees) so that when we set up camp somewhere, we won’t have to take our car into town to go exploring. If it’s a long way, then ...