Hotel de Utrechtsche Dom
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... is the country
where you find cheese in a very large variety, they are large consumers of the
product where it is custom to share a plate of many different types of cheese
The “Stadhuis” or Townhall is the centre piece of the
city and a work of art. Build in 1450AD it is still in daily use. Walking
around the rooms one can imagine oneself in the 16th century.
This bring me to the Gouda Clay Pipes. I ...
... sea level the houses and fields can be.
-after 1.5 hours we were ready for a break and stopped by a bridge. By chance there was a picnic area nearby and we ended up having a great stop and a yummy orange. It was a fun stop and our butts were glad to get off the seats. It showed us how fun moments just happen and we were having a great time.
... Bike Tours (http://www.dutchbiketours.com/bike-tou r-amsterdam-bruges). I was set on doing a bicycle trip from Amsterdam to Bruges. Other operators for the Amsterdam to Bruges trip had you spending the night on a barge. The barge would just float from one destination to the next with all your luggage. This option has its own advantages: same place to sleep, same group of people to bike with and breakfasts and dinners also predefined. We concluded that ...
Well we set off on our trip through the water ways of Holland and Belgium.
After a good nights sleep, got up had breakfast, and then started off for Nieuwegein.
We went through 1 road bridge that had to be lifted before we came to Hasstrecht. There we found the bridge had broken and they were waiting for an engineer to come ...
... began placing Biblical figures in the background and everyday people were featured. Artists began to use magnifying glasses in order to paint tiny leaves on the landscape works of art that were becoming popular.
Trompenburg Arboretum was not listed on our original itinerary but turned out to be one of the most memorable places that we visited. The landscaping ...