Ibis Leiden Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Leiden Centre
Comfort and ease of travel are two words I would describe for this hotel. Located right across from the train station, it was a welcome sight after a long day on the train. And once there, the room was clean and comfortable with plenty of options for room service despite the late hour. Free Wi-fi was also available for me to catch up on my daily tasks.
Getting to Keukenhof Gardens from there was a snap, as the bus leaves right from the train station. And once back after visiting the gardens, I was able to take a nice stroll around town.
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This has been the trip of a life time for all of us…we thoroughly enjoyed the whole trip.
Although we covered some 3 000 kms in our trusty Chevrolet Captiva it didn't feel like it was such a long way. The car was big enough, the roads were good and our GPS worked perfectly so navigation was no problem. We had a few highway mishaps in LA when we first arrived (if you get in the wrong lane on one of the big 6 lane highways ...
0630 CET - Up! - Yamoto our Japanese coffee grinder has been action and we sit sipping our coffee in readiness for out trip to The Kuekenhof Bulb Fields outside Amsterdam. We will take a train from The Central Station to Leiden and then I think there is some sort of tour bus (arrrggghh!). Yes the dreaded tour bus packed full of jabbering sheep all focused on getting in your way and taking photos of themselves in silly pork pie hats. Update: ...
... enhanced' cafes where they sold marijuana in addition to coffee. Other shops sold marijuana enhanced chocolate bars.
We saw the old Royal Palace and the town square. Bicycles were put to so many uses.One lady had 5 dogs in a basket as she was a dog sitter. Children and cellos are carted around on the bikes also.
We heard a boat musician play along with ...
... task that I have yet to start...
Luckily, as I was already anticipating having to leave for Singapore, I did some preparatory cleaning out of unwanted items and the like. Several trips were made to the "weggeefwinkel" (give away store). Clothes were sold to friends and colleagues for charity, sold online for profit, given to relatives and friends for free and finally brought to the Red ...
... is beautiful and like Dordrecht, is sitting on a junction of two rivers. Its canals are very wide as are the paved lanes on either side, wide enough for restaurants with large outside terraces where you can sit and dine whilst watching the boats go up and down the canal. Waitresses, obviously well practiced, skilfully avoid the cyclists, mopeds and pedestrians to get their culinary dishes from the restaurant kitchen to ...