BEST WESTERN Hotel Petit
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Both Matthew and Hilde had the day off work. After a big breakfast, we went in Hilde's car to look at some of the Dutch countryside, including some of the polders and canals in the area near Utrecht. The narrowness of some of the lanes was amazing for two way traffic and we also did a walk beside one of the canals. The highlight was a visit to a small, medieval type town ...
... ever had. The cheese was dried out, the bacon was black and dried out. And generally it was a mess. Yes, a big group of Indians had just gone through. The staff could not replenish quick enough and also they were taking for lunch. Definitely not doing breakfast there tomorrow. Peter arrived just after 10am. We went in his car to the centre of Zoetermeer. Firstly we went to the town museum. While we were there Peter was asked to help move an old exhibition. Peter volunteers ...
... 2 years hidden from the Nazis in an annex of a food production business. The hiding spot consisted of a few rooms concealed behind a bookshelf. The museum was well done and a poignant way to connect with what victims of the holocaust experienced. We then had a Dutch breakfast (egg, toast, jam, cheese, ham) in a cafe off Damrak Street before enjoying a 1 hr. ...
... in), beer and Dutch pancakes, which are small pancakes that you put on a special griddle. I was surprisingly good at flipping them, which I credited to my childhood adoration for "mini pancakes" :) The festival also has a shows, mainly of smaller Dutch performers including comedians, dancers and other circus type entertainment. We went to the only English speaking show, which was a a 20 minute skit called "The Ruycken Project", which was a satirical, one-man show by an actor ...
... jokes'. From here we whacked out the map and decided to find the gallery. On our way we passed a cheese museum with free samples of different cheese including PESTO CHEESE! I had to try some. We both thought this was weird but one of the best things ever - if you like pesto. Soon after this we stumbled upon a little market place with loads of old things being sold. Including old postcards. Some of these had writing on the back. I picked out a few which I liked - ...