Apollo Hotel de Beyaerd
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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The beds were comfortable and the rooms were clean. Overall a great stay.
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Today is Saturday, March 29th, 2014 and it's the third day of our trip to Europe. Today we got up at 6:45 a.m! It sounds early but it felt so good to get more than 2 hours of sleep. We both got dressed and ready and then headed down to get breakfast. Wehn we got to the breakfast room, there was a huge line up! The things is we got there at 7:40 a.m …
We have arrived safely at the Apollo Hotel de Beyaerd after a long day of travel. We arrived in Amsterdam at around 10:00 a.m and then went and went and found our tour guide. She took us to where we would get on our boat cruise of Amsterdam. It was nice, all the buildings are so pretty!! After that we had free time. For dinner, we went to Cafe de …
... crepe and some mini pancakes it was yummy. The waiter gave us a free 5kg Nutella to our disappointment the was no Nutella in there. . We checked into our hotel room OMG this is the best hotel room ever. It had a ladder on the ground leading up to two single beds. Today we had a 24 hour canal pass ...
... SOURCE: WIKIPEDIA. When we were there, we did see that still active in ship building, eel smokers and cheese production like in the old days. Ger showed me an old lock and explained how they worked. The town also has the old gutters still along side the houses, where in the old days the sewer flowed through the streets. Now it they are used for rain water run-off.
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... of the Zuiderzee, a saltwater inlet of the North Sea that was dammed off by a closure dike in 1932. Lake Markermeer has since begun to become a valuable ecological and recreational asset of its own. It is used as a freshwater reservoir and a buffer against floodwaters and droughts. In 2003 the Netherlands was hit by drought, and several minor dikes were endangered. Water from the Markermeer was used to keep the area surrounding Amsterdam wet, thereby keeping the ...