Park Plaza Utrecht
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Plaza Utrecht
Fantastic to arrive from a long haul flight and find a welcoming room and reception staff. This never changed in the 7 days we stayed here. This hotel knows how to be of service to its guests e.g. offering to post a letter, the many times I had to ask for Dutch to be converted to English and the genuine warm smiley welcome each morning at breakfast and when we returned to the hotel during the day.
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Our last day in Utrecht and the Netherlands and the sun has shone brightly and with some warmth.
Today I set off in another direction to visit Dick Bruna Huis (€11) which displays a permanent retrospective of his works and characters (Miffy the wee white rabbit is the one I am most familiar with). Great to see that the museum was very …
We both seem to be waking around 4:30am and usually end up checking emails/facebook or sending a viber message to the girls before drifting back to sleep for another hour or so. I was later leaving the hotel today (10:30am) as I did some washing, finished yesterday's blog and did some research online re where we will stay in Belgium once we leave …
... side the bank lowers to meet the water.
"I have it." I thought, as I strode ahead of the sailing hat taking anxious position at the bridge with camera mono-pod ready as a makeshift boat hook.
My hat is now freshly washed and drip drying in the shower - none the worse for its adventures.
I think I might return tonight to catch the sunset. Without my hat this time…..
... women and from all parts of the world. At this point we were done trying to keep the different languages straight as they were all blending together.
A little later in the day we decided to try a bar recommended by Berit. I still can't pronounce it but it was under an old windmill, was a microbrewery and had an ostrich as a symbol so it had to be good. This was in a completely different area from where we had been. It was nice
walking that was since it was so different. It ...
... surprised to find my room to have clean sheets and a decent bathroom. All of the other 16 beds were taken but the other girls were nice and I managed to have an early night (finally there was time to catch up on some proper sleep!). The next day I took myself on a walking tour of the Jewish quarter, aided in part by a helpful list of things to do (emailed to me by a friend who lives in Amsterdam) and a brochure developed by the historical society. It was well worth doing and I saw ...