Hotel De Duif
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... not. I will be home for the World Cup. Just around the corner was an historic building built in 1640 de Laechen- Halle was the guildhall where the woollen cloth was taken for inspection before it was sold . Leiden still has many houses built in the seventeenth century. . Now it is a museum of history and fine art so a good place for me to visit . Leiden is a city of about 150,000 residents , located on the Old Rhine , 20 kilometres from Den Hague to ...
... Castle has been used in filming - Downton Abbey - Harry Potter etc . Today I visited a Hospice in Sassenheim the next village. Lovely friendly atmosphere with volunteers contributing much -_ including cooking the dinner which smelt yummy . No government money required as everyone in Holland pays for insurance. Rachell and Peter and Charlie are off to Majorca to stay with friends it is all so easy to travel here. I will be catching the bus to schipol by myself . Another adventure!! ...
... sides of a river. Then we went through the tulip area which had 19 different types of tulips growing there and there had to be over 10 different colours. I thought that the whole garden would be tulips and no other flowers but there where actually a lot more scattered in the beads of tulips than I had anticipated. My favourite piece was the picture of Vincent Van Gogh grown completely out of flowers. There was also a exhibition of Vincent Van ...
Today we visited the Keukenhof Gardens in Lisse, Amsterdam. We caught a bus to Schiphol Airport and then another bus to Lisse where the gardens are. Over an hour in total to get there. It was very cold but not raining thank goodness! So many people commented on Dylan wearing shorts - I was rugged up and even bought an Amsterdam beanie! If you didn't know already, I HATE ...
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What a wonderful two weeks we have spent in Bali and Lombok. Both Julie and I agree that it was just the right mix of adventure/activity and rest and recreation; so much so that we both felt that we have been away for a month instead of two weeks. That we were able to have that down time at the end to reflect upon and absorb all the cultural highlights and we don't take it for granted that we were able to do ...