Hotel Restaurant De Paasberg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... me. It was so peaceful and calming. And cheap. €8 for boat hire for two hours. So worth it. From there, I went and did something probably not so safe, (mum, maybe don't read this paragraph) I went and stayed with a guy I had met at the nightclub on the preceding Saturday in a town called Leiden. But after an apprehensive train ride, I got to Leiden and there was my new friend waiting for me! We went home and there was a roast dinner on the table. ...
... I am now breaking the fourth wall). It was about Doping in cycling, it was fairly obvious what they were saying and judging from the faces one on the panel was a doper. So it really didn't take a Brain Surgeon to workout what was being said.
The next day I ventured into Utrecht, with the major goal of visiting the major landmark there, the Dom Tower. As you'd expect from a high tower the view from the top was incredible, even more amazing is that from the top of ...
Our last day in holland, and we are done our boat & bike tour. We choose a lesser known city, Utrecht, to go to by train, and explore. As we exit the train, we are enveloped in a Saturday crowd, mostly locals, out for the street market and farmers market. We find a bike shop, and rent a bike, as we know we can see more and explore the streets, canals, and old buildings. We are quite adept ...
... Finally left the library cafe to use the libraries toilet, paying €0.5 for the privilege. Went up a floor in search of a comfy chair, found the english book section and a study cubicle with a hard computer swivel chair that at least had lumbar support. Mummy arrived back home and managed to connect her iPad to my wifi so we spent the next while catching up on Messages. Its now 8pm, I better leave the library and find something to eat. It is very ...
... skydome that opens in good weather. There we sat enjoyed a
suitably teutonic meal of schnitzels, pork knuckle and bread
dumplings. All washed down (in Dad's case) by a lovely cold ½ litre
glass of weizen beer. By the time we'd had our meal, it was time to
go to the gate and board. This was the bit that we were looking
forward to, as we'd only heard good things about Qatar Airways. They
didn't prove us wrong... We travelled in ...