NH Centre Utrecht
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews NH Centre Utrecht
Travel Blogs from Utrecht
... parking lots, separating commercial areas into islands. Roads with more than 3 lanes become no-man lands, with people running through like potential roadkill...
I feel community in places where people can easily walk and mingle and see each other. I feel alienated in communities (like mine) where I don't feel safe walking or biking.. I only feel safe riding around in a metal box.
... The museum didn’t have a very large or impressive collection, but I was pleasantly surprised to find a tiny gallery dedicated to the Dutch Caravaggisti masters such as Honthorst and Ter Bruggen. These were beautiful to see in person.
There was also a large exhibit comprising of more than half the museum dedicated to Miffy bunny, who is having a 60th anniversary. I was delighted by this adorable bunny and the wonderful exhibit ...
So today started with another peaceful wake up from Lisa's alarm to tell us it's running time. We again ran around the same park as yesterday and it was lovely and peaceful. There was one major difference today though with there being an extreme change in the amount of people on the streets. Later we found out it's a public holiday. We have decided to go out of Amsterdam today on the train and visit Lisa's friend from Zambia, Marielle who lives ...
... talking under their breathe between themselves when the ticket girl asked me to go up and they did have one ticket for the tour leaving now, so I grabbed it without looking the who Aussies in the eye and ran to my tour.
Not quite a thug life, but I felt wickedly awesome in that moment hehehe.
We climbed, oh boy did we climb.
Thankfully, the view was worth it, because it was windy and cold and my legs hurt.
... colour. Silver, grey, black, white. Very few reds and no yellow blue or green. Odd really. We stopped about 3 hours down the road at a tourist stop, maccas was there of course but Emile suggested we go to La Place next door, glad we took his advice. The pastries were fabulous. So big that mum and I shared. The coffee was great as well something I am beginning to despair about as much of the coffee is undrinkable in many cases, particularly at breakfast time. ...