Tulip Inn Heerlen
Travel Blogs from Heerlen
... I think. Such a magnificent building and can only imagine how it would look if it was steam cleaned. Had a coffee and pastry then went exploring. A few blocks from the cathedral was the Rhine river. We started walking across the bridge and John did not want to go all the way over so he stopped and watched the boats while I went to the other side. When we returned we noticed one of the Viking River Cruise boats and John spoke ...
... guests that they had had. The patrons had only owned the hotel for three months. We are here for two days and as it turns out we can get a train from here to Koln (or Cologne) so that suits us just fine. Dinner was Weiner Schnitzel at the local restaurant. The resident musician, a very weird guy that was high on something, decided he had to serenade us and because John encouraged him we could nt get rid of ...
... on a push scooter that he had built himself. Yes he actually went all that way on a scooter like the kids ride pushing along with his foot. We decided that princes and princesses should be treated as such and spoiled ourselves with a beautiful meal in the dining room of the palace/hotel. We both had goats cheese salad with honey tomatoes followed by crispy fried spinach and ricotta ravioli and seasonable vegetables accompanied by local wine. What a perfect ...
... through Delftse Hout (a woodland park). The conversation is one way but I listen attentively and occasionally nod my head in agreement or raise my eyebrows when I suspect an untruth. "The quality of life is so high here. The people on the one hand organized and orderly and on the other tolerant and friendly." I nod. " And what better for a nation's health than to have cycle lanes away from roads." I nod again, its good for dogs too. "I've been observing ...
Sebastien Vettel of the Red Bull Racing team won the Formula 1 race today. We sat on a hill so that we could watch the important race action on a TV screen along with the one second views of the cars. It was very international. Next to us sat a few Russians. On the other side were British and Belgium fans. I'm glad to report that it did not rain on us as predicted. After the race we jumped over the barricades and walked on the track (my favorite ...
Other places to stay in Heerlen
Terworm 10, Heerlen | 4 star hotelfrom $106
Groene Boord 23, Heerlen | 4 star hotelfrom $81
Wilhelminaplein 17, Heerlen | 3 star hotelfrom $72
Terworm 5, Heerlen | Hotelfrom $127
Geleenstraat 1, Heerlen | Hotelfrom $90