TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Golfzang Egmond aan Zee
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... our traveling companions. A short walk back to our hotel, and we then set up a fan to help our clothes, which we laundered earlier in the day, finish drying. (The electricity in our room only comes on when we put our room key in a control box, so they could only air dry while we were out.) Well, the whips are out now--breakfast starts at 7 am, and we are leaving the hotel for the train station at 7:55! No more leisurely mornings for a while! So it is time to say good night! ...
... memorials for the various groups of people that were persecuted during the Nazi's rein. In my opinion, the most striking of which (understandably) is the Jewish holocaust memorial. If you weren't told what it was before you saw it then you probably wouldn't know, but walking through it truly gave you a feeling of oppression, coldness and isolation among other things and I'm not normally an artsy person who would pick up on that kind of thing. Our tour leader was awesome ...
... and Victoria are both Procurement Managers at Calvin Klein and Andrea is from England as well. Since we were at tapas, the menu was in Spanish and I could make it out well enough to order a miniature feast of small plates for sharing. Within moments we were presented with plate after plate of Gambas al Ajillo, Patatas Bravas, Pimientos de Padron, croquettes of ham and tuna and the most incredible bacon wrapped dates. We all tucked in and ...
... In the middle, between the homes there is a beautiful outdoor garden and restaurant. According to the plaque in my room, the canal house that my room occupies was built in the 1600s. My room is very nice also – huge with a fireplace and a outdoor patio that faces the restaurant. They can even serve me lunch and drinks from my patio (cheaper than paying for room service).
After checking in, I went next door for breakfast around 11 am (I still ...
... with bottle covered roof, a make your own music video section, playstation, practise your pouring skills (I was declared an expert on my first try!), and of course several free beers.
Head back for a FEBO croquet (to see if they were just as good as our restaurant ones - they were). Time to try finalise some travel plans so we have a roof over our head.
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