Shanghai Hotel Holland
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... while within the bounds of reason, the service and cookery were mysteriously slow given that we were literally the only people in the restaurant, and just ordered a salad and some appetizers. Oh well, as we discussed, emphasize the positive.
We walked around a bit more, saw an old water tower, and Jola's first Dutch windmill (we did see some in Belgium, so it wasn't that exciting), and happily went to ...
Like I've said earlier, part of my motivation in staying in Utrecht was so I could travel around a bit. It's much easier to stay in one spot than it is to have to constantly shuttle your stuff back and forth (even when half my stuff is still in Amsterdam), plus you just waste so much time getting lost and looking for the hostel (well, at least I do, I don't know about the rest of you chickens). I woke up a bit later than usual, due to ...
So with a few tears and and a lot of hugs it was time to head through the doors to start the big adventure. First stop, the QANTAS lounge for a snack and last play and then it was onto the giant Emirates A380. We found our very comfortable seat and Bradley was immediately into the entertainment system in readiness for the 14 1/2 hour leg to Dubai. Soon dinner came along and with that Bradley finally nodded off to sleep and managed a good 8 ...
... the very crowded train. When we reached Amsterdam we had to figure out the bus system and pay another 10 euros for bus tickets. Then we had to figure out where to get off. And repeat all the confusion to get back to Delft again. We should have taken the car. By the way- the Rijksmuseum was ...
... the parking lot of bikes – hundreds of thousands of them!
It took about 55mins, cost 12.50 Euro to Amsterdam from Delft. I sit on the top floor, the train was very fast and steady, I even got free wifi on the train, amazing!
As usual, I got lost again when I was finding my way from the tram station to my hotel, even I got navigation this time. I must look so lost with my luggage, so an elderly gentleman asked me with perfect British English ...