Hotel Des Indes, a Luxury Collection Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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... the town) which if you have been to Lille can only be a good thing. The B&B was maybe a mansion once upon a time or a large guest house surrounded by gardens - a really great choice. On our first night we headed into town and while it had a large Old Town it felt pretty sketchy and dirty and I wouldn't recommended staying in the city - though we did splurge and have a fantastic meal a few kms from the centre. On our second day we also tried to get to a ...
... enjoy. And for good reason too, the food was delicious! We met Joyce's brother Michel (another cousin of Neil's) there for dinner as well. It was so nice of them to take us out for such a lovely evening, we really enjoyed the chance to get to know some of Brook's Dutch family. We had such a good time that when we left our cheeks hurt from laughing so much.. Thanks guys for a lovely evening, we only wish we could stay longer! See you next ...
... and evolving work, while the third floor is devoted to bringing his world to life, with various interactive and mind bending installations. It was mind blowing, maybe a bit too much for Anna who came down with a migraine soon afterwards... On Sunday morning we headed back into the city to a antique and book market, which was being held down near the plein, before I caught the train to rotterdam to catch a plane to my next destination, ...
... prevent window breakage.
Saw Anne franks house. There was a huge line so I didn't go in, apparently 3 hours is the norm.
Heineken experience. Its sort of like a museum, its sort of like Willy Wonka's for alcoholics. The original Heineken brewery has recently had some money pumped into it and has been transformed into a tourist attraction. Its a walk through starting with some history, then onto how the beer is made. Each section ...
... Royal Palace (yes, there is still a royal Dutch family). For example they still employ 70 full time employees to take care of their stable of horses and carriages. Every time a new ambassador is appointed to his country the King sends his royal carriage to bring the ambassador to the palace
Martin talked a lot about the Dutch culture and his lovely city. We had lunch at an Indonesian restaurant ...