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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We have a long drive ahead of us so got up early and left by 9:30. We asked at the front desk for help in getting out of the city. Unfortunately, the language barrier and the fact that these people probably use the metro instead of driving caused us to take several wrong turns. It took an hour to get away from Paris and head north to Amsterdam. On …
... She greeted us in the middle of the only two exits from the train lines which was the best way as Lisa saw her straight away. We started the day by getting some great coffee at a little coffee shop. We had also missed breakfast in the rush getting to the station so Lisa had muesli and yogurt and I had an almond croissant. After this we walked around the town for a bit. The Dom tower is one of the things Utrecht is famous for. It ...
... right, water. Only the dyke between.
Avoided Haarlem and Amsterdam but then were directed off the main road through the middle of a tiny village with continual traffic management devices and a speed limit of 30km/hr. WHY ?
Into a Utrecht parking garage that had a security gate to both the pedestrian and car entry doors. Should have been warned! Anyway, parked and off to explore before meeting our landlord for the week. As theres no street parking, ...
... x-rated must come from the Nederland's flag XXX. This afternoon I'd booked a tour to Zaandse Schans, where they have the windmills. The windmill we went to was called Het Jonge Schaap, it was a saw mill. The top of the windmill can rotate depending on the direction of the wind. Additionally, the sails can be adjusted to full, half, etc depending on the strength of the wind. Pretty clever these Dutchies. Once the trees are cut down they are left in the water for a year. ...
... the largest and most luxurious castle in Holland, owned and occupied by the Van Zuylen family until fairly recently, but restored, furnished and maintained with Rothschild family money as a former Baron Van Zyl married well.
The Dom Tower in Utrecht was another highlight, we climbed 465 steps (112m) to the top of the highest church bell tower in the Netherlands, and could even see Amsterdam in the distance.