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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Utrecht
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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 …
... parents to walk their kids now because they have so many bikes at school they don't have enough room! It was seriously amazing to see all these parents ride up with their babies, puppies, 2 and 3 seats on their bikes and ride off with their entire crew. Every parent! We only saw one car and it felt almost like an intrusion. What a fun thing to do with your child, ride home from school together. I want everyone to be able to do that. ...
... in bicycle training. Role playing as cyclists and car drivers, and literally watching how long it takes for a car to stop? Genius!! How could anyone forget that??
Watching the wave of students getting picked up at the end of the day was beautiful. Kids riding with other kids in tow... Parents biking up with their toddlers in front, or with Christiania cargo bikes ready to pick up 3 or 4 kids... children with instruments strapped to their backs... parents chatting ...
... for me on the rack. It’s also easy to find bras and shoes in sizes that would be rare in the US.
After shopping, I made my way to the Utrecht Dom Tower and its neighboring church. The tower is large and beautiful, but the weather was a little too hot to make climbing it seem like much fun. The church was interesting, mostly because it was so different in tone and style from the churches in France. It also bore a lot of damage in 1580 ...
... of the guys on our tour (albeit 6ft 8) couldn’t stand up inside! It rained again this night but having the glass roof and on the water was quite nice. Sad to say our last goodbyes in Amsterdam, it’s funny how close you become to people when you are around them day in day out for 3 weeks. In the end we loved Topdeck and would highly recommend it to anyone wanting to travel Europe on a budget and get a taste of where they would like to go back to! N & B ...