Ibis Leiden Centre
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... of efforts AND the more than generous 30 kg weight limit on the Malaysia Airlines flight taking me to Perth, the collection of shoes and summer dresses currently set aside for a trip down under will never ever EVER fit into my loyal bright blue suitcase. (insert feelings of frustration here)
1. I must accept that I cannot bring my entire wardrobe on this trip.
2. I must accept that I cannot bring my entire summer wardrobe on this trip.
... swarm" Until the cycleway hit the dunes! The beach is called Schwenginen and it is apparently the most popular beach in The Netherlands...and you had better believe it. It was crawling and I mean...crawling. Literally there were thousands and thousands, each with their own square metre of sand and appropriate sunshade. We didn't stay long and to be honest, it was early afternoon and the heat was unbearable!! Instead we cycled to ...
We got picked up at 7 am by taxi in Prescott for the shuttle to Phoenix. Luckily our flight was not until noon, so we arrived in plenty of time without having to get up in the middle of the night for the typical 7am European flights. Our flights were uneventful and I got to watch movies, but Dale's tv wasn't working, so he just read. We arrived at 9:30am and Jason was able to take off from work to meet us and escort us to their new flat in Leiden. Aryn ...
... Betty, who is 74, work together as interior housepainters) and many others. At dinner with Rod and Jill from south of Sydney, they told us of a cold winter evening when they had brought in logs for a fire. As they sat in front of the fire, Jill suddenly saw a brown snake, one of the most poisonous snakes in Australia, on the floor, brought in with the wood. Rod, a former park ranger, killed the snake. Patti and Edward lived in Australia for eleven years and traveled ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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