Van Der Valk Hotel De Bilt
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... photo shops, I'm talking to you), but is also really pretty. The tour guide offered to take us all on a bit of a tour of the town, but we decided to go our own way for the 45 minutes we had to explore. Dad dropped some Dutch speak to her, which was funny because up until then, I think she assumed nobody spoke it, so she could get away with saying whatever she wanted - for all I knew she was talking so much **** about us. And now she can't. Thanks Dad. But she'd have ...
Had an amazing sleep last night and woke up fresh and ready for the day! We decided to do some touristy things today and first up was the Heineken factory. Took the tram across town for what felt like an hour and went through the self guided tour. It was pretty interesting but the best bit was a little simulator where you were the beer being brewed. ...
... to the hostel very briefly and sorted ourselves out then went for a few drinks to this Irish pub (apparently one of the cheapest in our area) near us. We had a couple of drinks there (with a break for pizza). Everyone here is so nice and always cracking jokes and asking questions and it can be really enjoyable just watching people. After our drinks we went bak to the hostel very very briefly and the receptionist recommended a certain district for ...
... stressful as we rode to the famous " IAMSTERDAM" sign, Ann Franks House (Often with a line over 3hrs long), The worlds smallest house (20sq meters in total) and many other amazing sites this city had to offer. It was a economical and fun way to see the city, although I think once was enough. Retail therapy was received in one of the many side streets in this city and the shopping here was amazing. I advise everyone to take in ...
... her Diamond Knowledge! We also got to tour through the Anne Frank house which was incredibly interesting. I havent read the book before but I am definitely keen to now as it was a pretty powerful place to walk through and read about in the little exhibition they have put together. Holly had really recommended this to us and wwe fully recommend going there for anyone else travelling over here soon!!
We made our way to our ...