Postillion Hotel Utrecht/Bunnik
Travel Blogs from Bunnik
... filled with bikes if all shapes and sizes. The bike riders rule the road...don't even think of cutting one off! We strolled down many streets looking for a bite to eat and came across a frites stand which was luring us in with the aromas! They offer different sauces on top of the fries. Courtney and Melissa both had curry sauce on their fries, while Nancy & I chose the traditional mayonnaise. They were ...
So, Amsterdam isn't the idyllic little picture postcard I'd had in mind...combine the legalized prostitution and cannabis and the place doesn't quite smell of tulips.
Victoria and I planned on meeting near her office for lunch before I went for an afternoon of exploration. I was able to duplicate the path she'd shown me when we walked back from dinner the night before. Being that we whooped it up on Saturday, all we did on Sunday was have ...
... We also bought a round of Edam to share with the Edwards's later... After this we headed to see some of the last "real windmills" in the Netherlands. These are still operational in a small "working" village where people still live and work, but mostly the village is set up for tourists ( Hanhdorf again!) They are quite an imposing site, but like most things have been replaced by modern technology. (progress!) Headed for home after this, but we did manage to get ...
... in front of a huge floating Chinese Restaurant! Height: Well I am 5'9" (give or take). The local indigenous population are at least 6'2" and look like extras from Conan The Barbarian. No inferiority complex here I assure you but........ Max the Luftwaffe ME109 Pilot is still in "control" at reception. Cathy has already tested his patience with a room change request (granted) to a "Canal View" for the last 2 nights. We currently have the small flat roof ...
While I had been frequenting Amsterdam about 2 to 4 times a month this past summer, I had never really ventured out of the city limits. However, this time, I did and it was far from a bad idea. While my childhood imaginations of the Netherlands always consisted of wooden windmills, the city of Amsterdam hadn't really fulfilled that realization from my visits this summer. And I clearly see why, cuz the good stuff is hidden about 40 minutes away.So ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed