Tulip Inn Leiderdorp
Travel Blogs from Leiderdorp
... the canal - because the law stated that the facade of your house is where your front door was. We saw the house and still today it doesn't have a front door. In the afternoon, we also visited the Delft pottery warehouse to see how they make the famous blue and white pottery that you see everywhere in the Netherlands.
After a few days in the Netherlands, we soon realised that they just love eating raw (well at least we thought it was ...
... I searched the H&M store right off the square for tights. The weather has been colder than I expected and I will not survive in the skirts and shorts I packed. We walked around a little more then decided to have an early dinner at Kanjil an Indonesian restaurant, also curtesy of Rick Steves. The food was pretty good, but nothing spectacular. We would later find out that Amsterdam is not really known for the cuisine. At least I won't feel like ...
... We strolled back through our favorite new city which was buzzing after Ajax Holland became the new Dutch champions.
We headed off to a little town called Scheveningen where family friends of the Ardernes live. ...
... and Dutch Masters exhibit.
After the Rijk Museum, I ventured slightly more downtown to enjoy Dutch Pancakes! I found a delightful little cafe right on the canals and enjoyed poffertjes, which are basically baby round pancakes, served with any condiment, and very sweet. I ate poffertjes with chocolate and cream, and had to exercise serious self control to stop myself from ordering two more plates.
Monday evening, before a ...
... adventure to find an ATM, we turned down an even narrower street lined with windows where one woman motioned that two was ok! Chris laughed and shook his finger at her saying, " Thanks but not tonight!" We both laughed the rest if the way to the Main Street. We passed her again on our way back to the canal street and she laughed and smiled big while she shook her finger back at us, and we were laughing again. Chris and I were surprised at how pretty the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking