Ibis Rotterdam Vlaardingen
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... with breadcrumbs and sauces.
The 4th dish was the highlight of the lot - lamb that had been slow cooked for 18 hours, alongside a delicious risotto with creamy potato and various sauces - divine!
The 5th dish was a dessert of home made marshmallows with ice cream, pistachios, caramel and white chocolate.
The service was also friendly so I would say that although it was expensive - as an occasional treat it was worthwhile!
... our feet! Such beauty. It was a cold day, and the wind was a bit strong; I wondered how these little flowers could withstand such harsh conditions and still find the energy to blossom, but they do.
As expected, my roommate and I were the last ones back on the bus to take us back to our ship; even in the cold we could have happily stayed another hour -- or day or two. ...
Well, we got a little behind on our blogging while we were on the cycling portion of our trip. In truth, we were pretty much exhausted at the conclusion of each day's ride and for the most part, we just left our computers packed away.
Brian and I had discussed doing another bicycle tour during our sabbatical after we had so enjoyed our last two bicycle tours in Europe (Burgundy, France in 1998 and Tuscany, Italy in 2010).
A lesson learned ...
... lake, then back over the Oegstgeester Kanaal past the small canal behind Steve and Kerry's where there was a family of white swans - mum and dad and 8 cygnets... we watched them for quite a while. Back at home we had lunch outside in the sun - glorious. Steve arrived home from 3 days at work and we went with him to Vijfhuizen to drop his car at the mechanics. We got a lift to the station and headed by train to Haarlem. There we went on a pub crawl and I ...
... the townscape gives way to a wide expanse of flat fields where we can see what at first appearance, looks like stunted cabbages interspersed with the odd yellow flower.........Oh Blimey!! we are too early!!!!!!. Suddenly, I spot a tuft of daffodils on a roundabout and all all is well. We pull into the Keukenhof carpark and glance several large tour buses.....Good grief the bars'@rds have beaten us to it!!! Passing through the ...