Postillion Hotel Utrecht/Bunnik
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Bunnik
... boats moored at the wharf. When I arrive there, drenched and exhausted, I can see that the Idi is still docked. I rush onboard and find Patty, and tell her the whole story. We retreat to the safety and seclusion of the stateroom, where I immediately show her the 2 Van Gogh pieces, and we discuss what's to be done. Showered and shaved, I stow the pieces (safely back in their valise) under the bed. An hour or so later, we hear the whistle blow, announcing the ship's departure for Amsterdam.
Slept late this morning, Michael woke me at 9:20, must have needed that. Met the others down at breakfast, they had all gone ahead. Walked into the dining room and saw the table full of food. Breads,pastries,cereals,yoghurt,fruit salad,eggs,meat,cheese,mini pancakes,cake....and all just for us. We are the only guests at the moment, so have the place to ourselves, lovely. Another night to lounge and use the kitchen by ourselves, ...
... the canal running through the middle and lots of old buildings. In the afternoon we took the half hour trip to Zaanse Schanse where the windmills are still working. We were taken to one particular windmill which is used to mill wood and given a demonstration of how it worked. We were then given some free time in the area to look around and try some of the fresh bakery food, was very yum! Next stop was the clog making at Maaken. This was also ...
... it didn't seem to be in much of a rush, and turns out the train does not take 10 minutes, but a full hour. At this point we were a little stressed, and running later than planned. We walked out of the station only to realize that we were not at the airport, despite the stations deceiving name (Airport). We still would need to take a bus to get there, and at this point we knew we wouldn't make it. We headed back to the ...
... of young, “burned out looking” folks walking around the Old Town area.
We enjoy seeing the uniqueness that is Amsterdam, riding through the canals, and observing what may be the bicycle capital of the world. The city has over 600,000 bicycles (nearly as many bicycles as people) and they are everywhere (filling all of the bike parking areas, throngs of people riding on the ubiquitous bike paths, all looking like a lot of fun). As a ...