Bilderberg Hotel Wolfheze
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- Tennis Court
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
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... second job of installing wood floors. When all was ready we departed to begin our ride to Utrecht.
However, the weather did not cooperate. The rain was off and on, with high winds and afternoon storms. Because of this we were unable to take many photos to share with you.
In our taking shelter from the storms we did meet some wonderful people. At one point during the day ...
... 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 ...
After a brisk walk around the outer canal, spent most of the day sorting the car. The police couldn't take our statement till today, and Europcar weren't going to do anything till we had a police report.
Frank was a delightful young officer, who was normally out on the streets. From his comments, our experience was not uncommon. He did promise to let us know the result of ...
... We all bought mini clogs and different types of cheese to bring home. Next we were dropped off in downtown Amsterdam and walked around the Red Light District, visiting a very unique Condom Shop that had hand painted condoms. Then walked down to the flower market and enjoyed all of the sights, picking up some souvenirs for home. We then walked to Anne Frank's house but unfortunately there was an incredibly long line and we decided ...
... shop and noticed that they had 2 NZ Sauvignon Blancs on their shelf. The Peter Yealands one retailed at €10.99 which when converted (about $17) is not too dissimilar to what we would pay at home if it wasn't on special. They thought it was very expensive! I ended up buying a Breaker Bay Sav Blanc (NZ) for €7.99 and what I am told is a very good organic Shiraz (Italy) for €6.99. We will take them with us tonight ...