Postillion Hotel Utrecht/Bunnik
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Next day we booked a Chianti wine tour with the same company. It was with some trepidation we rocked up. They charged us less, good start,but waiting for the surprise of we have undercharged you. Great tour, great guide, great company. Another box on its way home with 3 lovely wines, a 12 yr old bottle of balsamic, 20 yr old bottle of balsamic and some truffle oil you would die for. They kept going on about their wonderful green olive oil, sorry not a patch on ours. Arrived back ...
... local Stamppot dish and this is what we order along with a 7-dish traditional taster starter and a Malbec 2013. Meal over with and back to Amnesia for a farewell puff. Head back to our hotel but stop off at a cafe called Waffles & Crepes so we popped in and had a waffle and a crepe! Stop off for a massage for an hour and then to our room at art' otel where we order a final pair of tiramisu and a bottle of Sauternes....ahhh ...
... what went into them, portraying his life through many of his letters. Later we trecked down to the Vonderpark, picturesque and sprawling we Managed to get lost and had to navigate our way back to mapped territory. Once we found our way, we checked out the markets in De Pype and followed along the canals to the Anne Frank Haus. We did distracted on the way by the Magnum shop - we ...
... unimaginable wind gusts. It came down suddenly and umbrellas were turning inside out and the square which was rather packed with tourists when we arrived emptied out in 2 seconds flat. We all had a bit of a soaking. So we went off to find some lunch and by the time we got back to the square to meet the rest of the group the sun had come out. Talk about crazy weather. So that was our trip to ...
... above settle unevenly. This results in what they call "dancing houses". Some of the narrow houses start to lean against their neighbors, the gap at the top isn't the same as below. Also, some buildings lean slightly into the street. The majority of these house were built in the Dutch Golden Era, 1600 and in the 1700's. Yes, this has been a very special visit. Next adventure is Prague. Email how you are doing we want to hear. Love, ...