Van Der Valk Hotel De Bilt
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... guy called Michael who was a bit of a babe and hilarious to boot. He took us around the district and explained the history of sex work in Amsterdam and showed us some of the highlights of the area. The tour went past the condomerie, the prostitute information centre, numerous sex shops and peep shows/live shows and past the old church. It was pretty weird walking around and the prostitutes all stand in the windows of shops that they ...
... canals which used lighting as it's main theme and display. So when I found out about this, it was a must to have a look at. So we decided to take the boat cruise of the light festival, as the walking route had finished on the 4/1. So we walk all the way back into Amsterdam, to the ticket booth of one of the many canal tours, to book the boat cruise. Then they state we can do this cruise with either a dinner, pizza, cocktail or wine ...
Crossing the Bosporus I am on European side, in Istanbul, a fabulous city, which I love to visit again one day. It is here that I met up with my Finnish friends, enjoyed my home-stay with Hakan my Turkish host, before crossing into the EU. First country Bulgaria, where I explored lovely Plovdiv, before being reunited with Mira, my friend and co-driver for the last stretch back to The Netherlands. A week of early rising, lots of driving, talking and ...
... friendly and after a quick chat she found out we were going to Italy and asked us if we wanted jobs picking olives or repairing the wooden interior of her caravan. It was a very kind offer and one we would have been tempted to take, had we not been intent on Greece in late October. To end the day we cycles a longer way back, enjoying the beautiful canals we passed, all lined with colourful aesthetic house ...
Gees it's exhausting being on holidays!
We're having a great time so far, starting to get the lay of the land, on our first night we headed out about 8.30pm and it was still light. We caught a tram right into the centre of Amsterdam to explore, mostly around the Dam square area. This area is party central, crowds of people, with streets and streets of bars, shops, places to eat and of course coffee shops. Naturally we checked out a couple of the coffee shops, ...