Tulip Inn Leiderdorp
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Travel Blogs from Leiderdorp
... Kristen the Canal Hunter, I decided to attempt to find my way back to the park entrance from where I knew I could easily find my way home.
I started going back to where I was certain I had come from, but soon realized that I must have gotten it wrong. Shocker...I was now unmistakably in the "dodgy" area Vic had warned me about. Oh well, keep going. At least I knew I still had hours of daylight since the sun doesn't set until almost ...
... have quite a regal feel about them. Very different but very elegant. After settling in we went for a walk to Dam Square and in and around a large number of the canals including the view of the seven bridges of Reguliersgrachtirgracht. There is almost as many boats navigating the canals as there are cars! Getting used to the traffic is another thing as cars, motorbikes and cyclists (plus the odd tram) all compete for the same section ...
... think I'm Dutch. My blank stare at the end of whatever it is they are trying to say to me, usually ends the confusion. Finally a shop owner told me I looked like a local. Interesting. I stopped at the Hermitage Amsterdam museum (http://www.hermitage.nl/en/) to see two interesting exhibitions. It was over-flowing with seniors. Hordes of them. I felt like a teenager. AN ANNOYED TEENAGER! Yup! I'm tired. It's almost time for this Dutch girl to go home to ...
... the spot, and cheap. As it was already fairly late we decided to go back and plan our visits to the next two cities to be more efficient. Hotels, tours, landmarks. It really does take a lot of time to sort out, as you want to make sure you get the most out of each city within our budget. It also takes a little longer if you keep flicking to the AFL website to get the latest on all the news back home lol. ...
... Disco" party, where we all dressed in red and white and crammed FIVE tour groups into a tiny basement bar. We enjoyed our time in Switzerland, but it was time to hit the open road once again for the Rhine Valley.
St. Goar is yet another tiny town, situated in the Rhine Valley (famous for producing some of the best wine in Germany). Our first stop in this area was a group of shops owned by a guy named Mike: one that sold beer steins, one that sold cuckoo clocks ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking