Quentin Arrive Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Brian and I overslept, and met the family downstairs at about 8:30. Breakfast was a continental breakfast with a large selection of meats, cheeses, breads and jams. Coffee was good and strong.
After a good night's sleep, hot shower, and breakfast at the Marriott, we had a long drive in the rain to Amsterdam. We passed under rivers, and other unknown bodies of water. The tunnels were really long, and Sophie got a little concerned with the ...
No need to look out for cars here in Amsterdam. The danger of being run down comes from zillions of bikes! Mostly of the 'sit up and beg' style as Ian calls them, makes for very sedate riding by well dressed women with high heels, men in suits, young mums with two children on board, one in front and one on a seat at the back and facing backwards, or alternatively, in a large container in the front complete with seat and seat ...
... features told me "no coffee for you, Skippy..." I was ready to throw a tantrum until another lady came along with a softer face and happier attitude, so coffee was soon in hand. A couple of Nutella croissants with it went well, the pastry being really fresh.
Before boarding, we'd primed Liam's ears with some pharmaceutical substance to prevent the same issues he had when landing in Rome, which worked as hoped. After setting the kids up ...
... timetable) so, guess what? Well, I went around on the same circuit again! It turned out that it was actually a good thing. As I was sitting in a better place on the boat this time, I was able to take some good photographs and absorb more of the commentary. This time, I was the person who got off at the Van Gough museum. And then I walked for about 15 minutes to get to my accommodation. Now the other thing I said earlier that you notice about Amsterdam as soon as you arrive is ...
... unfolds perfectly and readable. And to find these restaurants she used the app happy cow - which locates all the vegan and vegetarian restaurants and places to eat in your area. It very cool and we will definitely be using it for the remainder of the trip. Eventually we found bagels and beans. This is a delicious bagel cafe with freshly made bagels with lots of salads, dips, spreads, juices and nice coffee. Perfect! Paul and I shared a bagel tapas, so we were able to ...