Moevenpick Hotel 's-Hertogenbosch
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Travel Blogs from Den Bosch
... me of Disney World. While walking through the streets, I kept humming "it's a small world…" because it truly felt like I was on the ride. The city centrum and surrounding streets are filled with small shops and boutiques. While we were walking around, we saw artists imitating sculptures. I took a few pictures of them - the make up was pretty amazing. We also stumbled upon an orchestra playing in the middle of the street, so wonderfully odd! Enjoy the photos! ...
... he only spoke Dutch so we had a nice peaceful ride but had no idea about what he was speaking. At one time he pointed to the ceiling so we all looked up--Oh no! My sunglasses slid off my head and into this nasty water! Yuck! They immediately sank to the bottom--luckily I have another pair back in the room. So far I am not doing well with glasses this trip!
We are tired so headed back to the B & B. And then of course the big question ...
... takes 3 minutes to load, cross the river and disembark the other side. Our route took us to a relatively small castle for lunch. Then cycling through several small villages, we stopped at another fortified town of Heisden (fortification between 1st and 2nd world wars, as was Willemstad) for the afternoon break. We stopped in the larger town of Hertonbosch for the night. Today's ride was the longest yet and the bad quality seats are starting to take their ...
... and all I knew there was free wifi, parking and breakfast and the reviews were ok. I followed the sat nav and it took me into the woods and the hotel which looked like a 1960s halls of residence. In fact it looks like the halls of residence I lived in at university. Everywhere I looked were Olympic rings and pictures of sporty looking people. So before I paid I checked that there was no bad german music being played outside my window ...
... their house doors and windows, even offering the use of their toilets for 50 cents! The cathedral was cordoned off - no worship at the house of God today- and a huge stage being set up instead for one of the may free concerts that were happening all over the city. The streets were wall to wall with people and a tide of orange flowed in every direction you looked. (We were gently chided by one person for not wearing anything thus coloured, even a pair of ear rings would have been ...
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