Malie Hotel Utrecht - Hampshire Classic
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... but it is worth doing and allows you to really appreciate the beauty of the city at night.
This is by no means a comprehensive guide of all the activities in Utrecht. More than anything, Utrecht is an extremely charming and relaxed place that defies being forced into a succession of tourist traps. In this sense, it's probably the better ...
... We told her about every experience we had the last two days and she was in awe. Both girls used "Gloria" to show the way to the start, but she caused us to back track a few times, but we go there. At first we ended up at the finish. There were swarms of people all wanting to get the best spot. We just wanted to get to the team bus first and the worry about the best spot. It was beginning to get hot and we knew later to be in the shade would be the best option. ...
... devoted only to locals by offering only annual memberships. I'm currently tasked at home with increasing our single day and 3 day pass sales because they produce the most revenue. This fundamental difference in strategies drove home the difference in priorities between their bike programs and ours. They also had a heavy focus on integration with transit. The cycling garage was a sight to behold and was an amazing reminder that investment is needed in cycling if we are going to ...
... another ambitious government, they really make things happen here. There are clear yellow and red poles for safe routes to school and all throughout school zones, couples with traffic calming techniques. When asked why people bike here, we learned it is primarily for health reasons, people like being in shape. Coupled with the fact that is is efficient, biking is very common here as well. ...
... the way home we grabbed dinner. Lisa was interested in Sudanamise after finding out it is Indian-style food from a Dutch colony. We went to a place on Marielle's recommendation and had meat, vegetables, potato and roti. Was delicious! I also had a Belgium beer I bought earlier at the supermarket for €1! We made our way back to the houses to drop the bikes off, then Marielle walked us to the station. It was a quick 25 minute ride ...