Postillion Hotel Utrecht/Bunnik
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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18-22 Feb 2015
My last few days were kind of crazy for me. I totally didn't have a day rhythm, I was constantly thinking about all the small things, should i pack this, or do i actually need it. I've finally bought an sleeping bag and a tent. In order to do this I've been to 6 different stores in 4 city's and ended up with the stuff i actually had in mind before i went to all these shops.
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... Ted and Tim also had loads of fun at the park. Ted was making some friends and Tim did a bit of tree climbing. After enjoying some greenery we went over to rijksmuseum to see what it was all about. Mum and myself didn't fancy it, but dad decided to have a nosey round. We headed off back towards town and left him to it. When dad phoned to meet, we had agreed a spot, I thought it would be an easy one for him to find ...
... our blessing to talk as much **** as she wanted about Obnoxious American Tourist (OAT). Wow he was bad. We got to lunch, which we had to preorder when we started our tour, and all OAT could do was criticise. His fish came out, which he preordered; "I don't like it, it's no good" (he didn't even try it). The salad came out, which was communal; "why has the salad got dressing on it? I want dressing on the side". How's about this ****wit - we saw a bloke in clogs today. ...
This morning we enjoyed a pleasant drive into the country on a road running alongside a dyke, pass dairy farms and several nice villages. The first stop was at a cheese factory where Gouda cheese is made. A demonstration of cheese making was followed by a tasting of the many varieties as well as other products that were for sale. The tour continued on to the Zaanse Schans Windmill Park. Several windmills dating ...
... We visited the port where the boats were moored on the canals ready for our cycle trip to Brugge. On Saturday morning 12th July we set off from our accommodation and proceeded to the port to commence our cycling trip from Amsterdam to Brugge, a distance of about 300 kilometres. Our boat "The Gandalf" was a comfort class passenger barge of 45metres long with two sun ...