Campanile Hotel Vlaardingen
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Although we stayed in Vlaardingen - I would struggle to tell you a great deal about this place.
In fact our hotel was positioned 30 minutes outside the city centre.
However, as an I added treat for the tour - I was able to arrange with the driver to take passengers into Vlaardingen city centre for a meal on the saturday evening.
I managed to sneak into a restaurant called United Spice where I had a delicious 5 course meal ...
... playground for the children, a bouncing bridge (for me), a hurdy-gurdy providing music for all who enter, paths that crisscross each other throughout -- in and around all the flowers, stepping stone bridges to carry you over small streams, a windmill (arms turning, but not a working windmill), sticky sweet stroopwaffles available for sale, and, above all, there are acres ...
... backpacking Experience!
The countries we will trying to visit:
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... font-family: monospace;">-we kept on pedaling and despite the lovely landscape, it was starting to feel like a slog. We gutted it out, watching the kilometers slowly tick away, but we were ready to be done.
-at last we arrived at our hotel for a long awaited shower and refreshment. Laura upped the anty by taking a soaking bath and a back stimulator treatment. Both of us were just happy to have ...
This was pretty well our last day of being a tourist in the Netherlands. This time our tour guide was cousin Kaas and wife Corrie. Den Haag is where the government of Holland sits and houses many foreign embassy's. Den Haag is also home of the International Court of Justice, which attempts to settle disputes amongst countries. We also toured the Gemeente Museum, which amongst other things, houses many works by renowned Dutch artist Piet ...