Apollo Hotel Breda City Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... of the paintings in the roof are of flowers but I am sure that way back they have some kind of meaning. The outside of the church is absolutely stunning it is nothing compared to the churches in New Zealand because it is about the size of the Cathedral in Christchurch. On the inside the concrete work is amazingly carved and coloured for that far back when the church was built. After we had visited the church we went through what looked like ...
... stuff and wiped out half the town. We spent a pleasant hour or so wandering around the square and narrow back streets. On a bright day it would be a photographer's paradise. We pulled into The Hague about 12:30pm and had our takeaway bread-roll lunch in the city square. Upon checking Google maps for the hotel we discovered we were sitting in its shadow so to speak. The hotel, a Mercure four star, cost us less than the ...
... the town of Breda, which is where the family lives. Lots of outdoor cafes, of course, so Jan wanted to stop there for one last wine al fresco after a couple of hours of sightseeing. He is really going to miss that, so don't be surprised if you see us sitting at a table on our driveway once we get home.
I learned some new Dutch words today. You'll never believe what muggen beet means. Sounds like something you might get arrested for, but it's ...
... Nico, a hostess, chef Matesis and our guide Piet. On this tour there were 15 passengers from USA, Mexico, France, Canada and a family with two young boys from Ireland. What a wonderfully diverse group we were!
We ate and slept on the barge but biked an average 30-40 km (25-30 miles) a day mostly on the west portion of Holland. The weather was cool (about 50 degree) and fairly pleasant. Most of the country side is ...
... railway station and it only holds 1/3 of the bikes! I think the guide said there are 500,000 bikes in Amsterdam.... And the population of the city is 750,000. ( It might have been the other way round. ) And they are such basic bikes... No gears. Because the whole country is flat. But they do have bells! And they use them. There are special bike routes and they have priority. Not much time ...