Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Zeeduin
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Wijk aan Zee
... as the one in Amsterdam but we devoured it anyway! While munching away the rain came tipping down and we watched as people rain for shelter. Since the weather was unpredictable, and everything else worth viewing in Brussels was a bit out of town, we thought it best to find the train to Bruges. We navigated back to the station much quicker that we made it into town after arriving! The double decker train arrived, we took a seat upstairs and were ...
... bus was only half full, allowing us to stretch out (cue sleep a little). Big cross; most of those half were Americans, and some very obnoxious - "is there a vegetarian option for lunch?", "are you absolutely certain the vegetable soup doesn't contain any meat products?". Shut the **** up and be on the lookout for a person in clogs, we're bound to find someone. After we were all on the bus, we set off, and after 5 minutes we were in the 'country' (yes, Amsterdam really is ...
... s sleep, a long workout and a fantastic breakfast, we walk to the Rijksmuseum, recently renovated in a very historic building, and full of wonderful Dutch masters paintings, including some truly amazing masterpieces. Neither of us have seen a large collection of this genre of paintings before, and we love this type of art, so we have a great couple of hours enjoying the collection. We could easily have spent another couple of hours here, but decide ...
... the open. On my walk, I must have passed over 20 coffee shops (marijuana cafes) and several other stores selling marijuana paraphernalia or merchandise pertaining to the Red Light District. Every souvenir shop usually has something. I even went into a Christmas decoration store and they had mock Delft salt and Pepper shakers in the shape of humping pigs! I wonder at all the American tourists going into the souvenir shops ...
... but it is fair to say that people riding bikes seem to undergo some personality change and apart from using the bike to get from a to b, they also use it as an instrument of torture for pedestrians.
I did feel a little bit in awe of their skills however. They ride bikes with children on the front and back, pushing or pulling carts with kids, groceries, dogs etc., have musical instruments strapped to their backs, ...