Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant De Zalm
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... is a good way of seeing what the country is all about, from windmills to historic cities.
This Renaissance style palace is now an important administrative building. It is known as the seat of International law as it houses the International Court of Justice, ...
... and hope for world peace is a good one. Perhaps this next generation can make it happen.
Number 5: Eating the most delicious five-course gourmet dinner at Robin's restaurant called La Tosca.
Wendy and Peter's friend Robin is a local gourmet chef and we were lucky enough to get a reservation at his restaurant. It has a surprise menu chosen by the chef so you don't know what you are going to be served. They ask you if you have ...
... the train. The ride back was uneventful. Maybe we've got this train thing sorted out after all. [Jola's edit: He says it was uneventful, which is true if you don't count the first several minutes of his passing up all the various available seats because he didn't want to sit next to anyone other than me and if you discount the guy across from us once we were sitting who insisted on whistling for the entire hour.]
... then we walked to his sister's, Sascha, house. She lives a couple roads away, with her boyfriend. We sat around their house talking, watching Top Gear, and drinking Amstel. Joost, Sascha's boyfriend, is a mechanic. We talked a lot about cars all night. I told him about all the project cars we have, and he was very jealous that we could have so many cars in the U.S. We came home around 11 pm, and went to bed.
... off to Leiden (well that's what we thought!). We spent most of the afternoon riding beside polders and had a ride on the ferry that takes cars and bikes from Buitenkaag across to Kagereiland (Kaag Island). It was nice on the Island apart from our next ferry being closed. On the way to Leiden we saw heaps of windmills, including one that was still working. One of them we saw was nearly 300 years old. We finally made it to ...