Apollo Hotel de Beyaerd
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The beds were comfortable and the rooms were clean. Overall a great stay.
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We left our hotel today at 8:00 a.m! We then split into our 2 schools and our school went to the countryside. We first went to a little village with all the windmills, it was so pretty!! :) We then went to another small village with cobblestone streets called Volderdam. It reminded me of a Disney fairy tale. We walked down to the end of the street …
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 …
... city rights in 1355, giving it with a number of benefits and the village quickly grew larger. Large fires destroyed most of the city in the late 15th and early 16th century, the last one leaving no more than 80 house intact. Nevertheless, the town was rebuilt and flourished the rest of the 16th century, when the production of cheese and the smoking of fish brought economic wealth, ...
... hours sleep last night!
Today had 17 hours of sunlight! We travelled by bus 25km west of Amsterdam to the Waterland region. It has every stereotype one would expect from the Dutch countryside: flat rural land with dykes, clogs, windmills, flowers and wooden houses. The four rural towns we visited were:
Edam - famous for its cheese
Volendam - tourist town on the coast of Markermeer lake.
- The lake is 700 square kms in area and used to ...
... So we had to take a bus to another station and then take a different train to another stop, get off and transfer again to a different train. One of my students, who'd never so much as driven to Denton by herself got lost with her group. They couldn't figure it out, got confused, got kicked off a bus for being annoying to the rude driver. She started crying. And then they figured it out. I was so proud of her. These are ...