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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... to hand in our bikes our bums were quite sore and we were starving so we headed off to find a bite to eat. We came across a cafe that looked inviting so went in. The food was perfect and cheap, we were hungry and we really enjoyed our meal.
We headed towards the interior of the city but just did some window shopping and general browsing. When we decided to head back we were a good 30 minute walk home but we enjoy walking the streets here. There is always a lot going ...
Really up with the lark today. In breakfast by 8am.
It's been lovely and sunny every day here but today we were woken by a thunderstorm and now it's just grey - how different our trip would have been if like this.
Checking out of the hotel, short stroll to the train station, train to Schiphol airport, check in Turkish airways and passport control all a breeze; walk to business lounge 3 million miles. Just enough time to look at the ...
... interesting facts.
We had dinner at 'La Place' again (second time this week). It is a huge food market, where you choose your meal from a large selection of fresh salads, and cooked to order meat, stir-frys or pizza, and can sit upstairs with a view of the canal. Fabulous fresh food with million-dollar views for 10 euro each.(so if any of you are heading to Amsterdam, look for this place, it is quite near to the 'Delft Experience' shop and clock tower)
... having an exit row seat for the 10 hour flight home. I plunged happily into my exit row seat, a very similar seat to the one that I had on the way home last year - aisle seat, mid-plane, starboard side of the plane. Of course, last year I was flying to Seattle. I really enjoyed the historical and computational themes of the movie The Imitation Game. It tickled my interest in encryption and made me think back to some college coursework that I did on public key ...
... accommodation within my budget, but partly because I was looking for a single room and was not going to risk a mixed hostel dorm, for the reasons outlined in the first paragraph. The Thorbecke Hotel was central and very cheap, and the reviews on Booking.com were clear enough, so I was not expecting luxury. It became a problem before I even arrived, however, when the booking site emailed a few days before to say my credit card was a ...