Tulip Inn Leiderdorp
Travel Blogs from Leiderdorp
It was my last full day in Amsterdam and I hadn't yet explored the part of the city which is south-east of Centraal Station. It was only 11am when I got off the tram and wandered through a couple of streets in the red light district on the way to the Maritime Museum. It was quite a strange experience. I spotted what looked like a shop mannequin in a window quite high up then I realised it was actually a woman in her underwear, posing. I walked past a couple of other ...
... It's a delightful bar and we had a friendly server who made the evening. Sat by the window and watched the bikes of Amsterdam fly by...especially interesting were the wooden kiddie carts that are perched on the front of mostly mothers bikes.. No helmets and few seat belts for the kids. Quite the sight!,, then walked back to the Golden Tulip Hotel and packed. It will be very early departure ...
... my favorite artists, so I thought it was absolutely fantastic! If only 'Starry Night" was there. The colors, texture, and brush strokes in his art are so unique and mesmerizing. The amount of people there was crazy. The pushing and shoving to get a picture was quite obnoxious. The museum was interesting too because it went through Van Gogh's stages as an artist and who inspired him. They would put Van Gogh's painting ...
This morning we took our time. We contemplated on what to do. Thing is we did a lot yesterday so we had time to spare on our last day.
We did decide on going to the Capilano Park, which is just outside Vancouver, which is known for a large suspension bridge built in 1889. So we walked to the shuttle, went over to the Capilano Shuttle and hit the park by 11:30.
Now the Capilano bridge is built by Joe Capilano and is 150 meters wide and 80 meters above the floor in a rainforrest. ...
... S*&( - in case anyone reading this can't say that word - I need to change trains here....
Grabbed my stuff, closed my laptop and rushed out of the train.
Hang on! This looks very deserted.
Doors close on the train as I left - quite punctual here.
I flagged down and wandering customer service officer.
Ran to him - leaving my luggage - DOH!
I mention, "Should I be here, it says on my ticket 'Via Roosendaal' "?
No, he ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking