Hotel De Admiraal
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... evening. Elsewhere in the city there are great drinks and all kinds of gastronomic treats to be had at Café Olivier. It's a distinctive venue (built in an old church) and inside there's delicious food available and even more quality beers to choose from.
Another essential visit in your trip to Utrecht should be the Dom Tower. At over ...
... canal. People pulled up on boats to the restaurant as easily as driving cars. The restaurant was also a gallery, and we browsed around before our food was ready. On the water, in the shade of the evening, the weather and atmosphere were perfect.
We then went home and shared tea in the garden before heading off to bed. I am very happy that I met Dutch people on the trail who convinced me to come to the Netherlands. I have been having a wonderful ...
... so much fun! There were so many people biking each other around... In Copenhagen we saw loads of Christiania bikes and cargo bikes, and while they still exist here, it's not nearly as common. And WAY more people ride with two or more on a bike. Lots of kids were riding around, too, often on bikes that looked way too big for them and carting around another kid on the rack behind them. Cycling rules just didn't seem to ...
... and she found herself so funny that I didn't have the heart to tell her that i understood none of it.
So I didn't. I just laughed some more and said 'ja' a few times and she kept walking. I have no idea what went on, but I'm pretty proud I made someone happy without actually doing anything.
I went back to Merels house then, and we had dinner ou on her deck/patio area watching the sun set. It was so lovely!
... stand behind glass doors, illuminated by pink and red lighting, rapping on the glass and yelling at men passing by, trying to get their attention. The red light district is a big tourist attraction, so while the crowd that makes up the largest portion of the visitors is young men, there are people of all ages and both genders walking around, including little kids with their families. Strange seeing a 7 year old boy being led by his ...