De Rijper Eilanden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Rewards Points - bonus. But now we are in the real world and it is still glorious. We moved to our apartment -I use the word loosely - at Charring Cross. Great spot, really in the heart of it all. Our landlord told us many a musician and actor has stayed here in these rooms, attached to the Pheonix theatre. Rooms is probably a better word, tiny bedroom, which is barely big enough for one person let alone ...
... did seem rather intolerant to tourists biking as you can imagine.
After a very long bike ride, in which I managed to lead us very far into a residential area which was almost the opposite direction of where we were intending on going and also having a couple of rain breaks due to torrential rain we found ourselves at the national museum of the Netherlands. The museum itself was in the most stunning building that was truly spectacular. We decided to ...
... that daybreak. The sun began to spew into the windows and light up the green room. Almost as if by queue the room began to make noises. The trees began to chirp and from the corners of the room dogs began to bark. It would seem that the light of day was the trigger for some very intriguing ambiance. I would like to say that it was peaceful, but the dog’s bark that was chosen was less peaceful and more aggressive. It kept us up until we needed to leave for our ...
... two of which live in Amsterdam. Besides, we always really wanted to see the city and it was within driving distance. Plus, flights back to Charlotte were cheaper than a lot of other places, and Amsterdam is a drop off city for the car. It all made sense. So, a couple of weeks ago we left Spain (in hopes of return) and hit the road (again).
We traveled through France staying in Orange (480 km) and then in Nancy (610 km). We traveled through Belgium and ...
... and lightening started! The thunder was so loud the room was almost vibrating. When there was a slight break in the rain and the thunder was getting quieter we made a break for it! We started towards the central markt. We passed the soap shop Shona had recommended, so went for a quick peek. The door was open but turns out she was actually closed. So we said we'd be back tomorrow and hurried out! We were searching for somewhere for dinner and as we ...