Bilderberg Hotel 't Speulderbos
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... at the train station and we went to meet a few other au pairs for the less family-friendly side of the day. Near the center of the city, the streets and canals become one big party. There is no open container law for the day so people sit in the streets, drink and dance. I will need to return for another Koningsdag someday I think.
The last fun experience before my month of travel in May (coming soon to this blog) was Adia's birthday. The week ...
... floor, and bedroom and bathroom on the third floor. It also has a roof top patio where I sat in the sun for a short time and made friends with a very large, friendly orange cat. Every fifteen minutes, church bell chimes play. I am immediately struck by the simplicity of the European way of life. Almost everything is smaller and necessary. Utrecht has small streets and alleys and lots ...
... and flat. There were no fences, just waterways to separate the cattle. Interestingly the sheep all had tails and all seemed very healthy to me. The bicycle paths were largely unissued our entire day, and we did not pass one other tourist. Amazing! Yesterday I had a feeling of absolute love for Amsterdam. It is so free thinking and environmentally friendly. My favourite music plays everywhere and people are so very friendly. This trip to the countryside added to my ...
Today we said goodbye to London and headed on the coach to Amsterdam! The first hour we learnt all about contiki and our tour before arriving at the white cliffs of Dover and boarding the ferry. The ferry was a nice break to get some food and walk around and before we knew it we were in France! Our tour guide is Taryn and our diver is Ian, they are both fantastic! Back on the bus for a three our trek into Belgium. For lunch we stopped right at the border, and ...
... to meet an Irish girl who was not so very happy when I described her way of speaking as being "straight outta Belfast" on spite of it being true. (We made friends later, so it's cool) From the barbecue I headed to a boat party, so essentially we cruised up and down the canals of the city while consuming vast amounts of cheap beer and dancing. At some stage late in the night a heap of inflatable dolphins appeared and made the night all the more fun. At ...