Golden Tulip Doorwerth
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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... births. Then back into the cheese room to watch them drain the whey and pack the curds I to the moulds. This cheese was flavoured with stinging nettles, we tasted some mature cheese later and it was very nice. Then we looked around the museum and saw things that mum still has and uses. More tasting and off to the Hommelbergs. We had a amazing day ...
... house was an old mansion so she wanted something smaller and much more open. It is so modern it could have been designed yesterday but of course the fittings inside and the materials used are 1920s. Nearly everything in it is original as Mrs Schroder lived in it until she died in 1985 aged in her 90s, when it came under the control of Museums in Utrecht. Upstairs has sliding wall panels, the bedroom walls all slide back ...
... flow through the city, but unlike any other Dutch city, the canals have wharves below street level, and most of them have been converted into restaurants, so you step down a few steps from the street and wander into restaurants alongside the canal. The atmosphere is lively and small boats, canoes and peddle boats meander by. On Saturday night these boats are filled with groups of hens or bucks parties.
While in Utrecht we visited the ...
... Dr. VandeHaar's father in law used to clean the mote from all the chamber pots. The castle used to hold prisoners in the dungeon, and apparently is very haunted. Much of the castle was destroyed in WWII, but reconstructed. The oldest tree in Holland is in the castle grounds, and surprisingly survived the war. ...
... like REAL potatoes! Rianne has been on an excursion to their farm, so she can vouch for the happy cows and real vegetables.
She had to run off to drama practise for a couple of hours, so Joanna and I walked through the freezing, still, glimmering and light painted streets. Great photo ops! We looked in a quirky shop on the canal, which had crazy innovative gadgets and funny cards.
I know can recognise my Dutch heritage (mum’s surname is van Leeuwen) ...