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... Cheery Bus Driver" wearing a "Tulip Tie" and speaking perfect English welcoming you aboard a superb Coach leaving in 3 minutes. In the UK, you would have fought your way through a load of fertive looking oikes to a grubby bus stop only to find you have missed the last bus by 3 minutes and it will cost £25 per get a cab. We whisk our way through "Techno Town" towards "The Bulb Fields". There is a distinct rural smell in the air ...
... whole process turns out to become a treasure hunt of some sort. I am finding items I had long forgotten, making it even more difficult for me to part with them all over again when I realize I won't have the time to wear them before I leave. Such missed opportunities...
As I am folding, packing, puzzling and stuffing away it dawns on me that even IF manage to fit everything into my larger than life backpack, I won't be able to carry it anymore. And that even with ...
... to recruit the Dutch to their cause.
The museum openly shared a vast number of personal stories along these lines, those who joined the Germans in administrative roles, those who resisted by establishing the underground movement at immense personal risk to themselves. Stories from those who hid others in rooms in their houses and stories from Jews who moved from hiding place to hiding place.
Initially the resistance ...
... busy roads and feeling quite safe in so far as you just need to duck and dive racing cyclists and moped riders. It is quite interesting that moped riders are encouraged onto the cycleways with the cycles and that they neither are required to wear a helmet.
The Hague is quite a large city and also the seat of Parliament. We were cycling towards the centre and as usual it was a blistering hot day and we got swept away in a ...
Summary: Today we took a train trip to the city of Leiden, did more touring of The Hague, visited a large park near our B&B with huge rose gardens, and then took an evening bus ride to the nearby seaside town of Kijkduin.
1) daytrip to Leiden - recommended by multiple people, mini-Amsterdam, birthplace & home of Rembrandt, historic churches.
- It is a quick 10-15 min train ride (sprinter or ...
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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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