Hotel Terminus Den Bosch
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Pets allowed
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... In consequence they had just enoujgh time to sound the alarm, close the town gates and prepare to defend the town and Dieske became the towns hero.
We headed towards the Markt, a beautiful spot to hang out, shop, have a bite to eat. We loved all the crooked houses along our way.
Walking along narrow alleys and crooked houses we read about gables of the type we were seeing were Vingbloom gables. We pretty much were not interested in why anymore as soon as we heard ...
... 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, ...
We got an evening flight, so the first entry is a bit misleading. Our friend K was so kind to take us to the airport. Normally I take my car to the station and leave it there, but my 24/7 subscription was revoked and while they are addressing the issue I figured to take a cab. When I mentioned this to K he immediately insisted taking us to the station. Which is so incredibly kind and a great way to start our trip. I'm excited to go. It's really a bit of an adventure. ...
It was supremely wonderful having Evan all to myself over the weekend. Saturday morning, we had ourselves a late breakfast at a pastry shop (bear claws, croissants, & hard boiled eggs). After our quaint little breakfast, we went to Media Markt, a three story electronics store. Now, if you want to get your fill of all things electronic, you can just go to Best Buy. However, we were curious about prices. A microwave, that would normally cost you $100-200, costs ...
... flow through the city, but unlike any other Dutch city, the canals have wharves below street level, and most of them have been converted into restaurants, so you step down a few steps from the street and wander into restaurants alongside the canal. The atmosphere is lively and small boats, canoes and peddle boats meander by. On Saturday night these boats are filled with groups of hens or bucks parties.
While in Utrecht we visited the ...
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