Postillion Hotel Utrecht/Bunnik
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... phones. How stressed you get by your smartphone habits could come down to wether or not your phone suits your personality. Those with a need for touch have more of a tendency to fiddle with their phones. Materialism affected users of conventional phones more than smart phones. Having the latest stylish smart phone rings about a material rush that limits how much stress the gadget brings you. NOTE NOTHING ABOUT AN I WATCH. My lovely Iwatch so beautiful. Every few minutes ...
... few weeks ....The old blister is still giving me curry but what can you do ...its got a bandaid on it...but not helping at all. We stay out till the shops are starting to shut and find some fresh crusty bread, red wine, tomatoes and olives and head back to the hotel for a late dinner ...yum ...picnic at its best !! And with a fab view as its ******* down outside ...so glad to be in out of the ...
... s life and work are currently featured. Annie, Maya, Patty and I wandered for a highly-scented hour among the frangipani, pyracanthus and bouganvillea. As we only had an hour, and needed to leave time for the gift shop, we left most of the park unexplored, vowing to return – some day – to view the rest.
Then … white knuckle ride to the Newark airport. Best laid plans … New York traffic approaching rush hour … All that saved ...
... being an interesting ride and I got to see parts of Amsterdam that I probably wouldn't have otherwise seen so, it was worth it (and good exercise). It was refreshing but I was glad get back and looking forward to a nice spaghetti dinner. Elizabeth arrived at home before I returned from my three hour bike mission and I was happy that dinner would be so easy to pull together before Dutch class at the ROC. The spelt bread was a great accompaniment to ...