Van Der Valk Hotel De Bilt
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And so here we are in Breukelen one day away of ending another great journey. For the past 24 days we have had the privileged of seeing some beautiful places and meet some very kind and helpful people. We learned a little more history about medieval times, empires, kings, queens and tsars as well as wars and battles. We tasted new foods and …
... within her ear shot and I lost my cool. Calmer heads prevailed and security escorted the fool out. The hotel manager came and apologized and said this moron was causing issues even before we came. They were happy to see him go. To make matters worse this bonehead was American. Great. Kamal and I got free booze, cookies and a plethora of hotel apologies, and I was embarrassed to be American. We left our bags in the room and we went out and boarded, yes ...
... no aim or map, just walking from one canal to the next. Each one presented something different to the rest. Everywhere I looked there was a million-dollar picture right there. On the afternoon of my arrival I walked for a few hours, and unknowingly I covered a few major landmarks, such as De Oude Kerk (the oldest church in the city), the Dam Square and the royal palace, the flower market, and the Rembrandt Square. When the ...
... and what I think was a Sharon of ham and a creamy topping over the salad. It was very small and majority of people did not like it. But I am not very fussy so I quite liked it. There are so many people on this tour that are fussy with what they eat that I don't know how they do it? So many different flavours and combinations. The next course was a type of minestrone soup. It was feeling good to have some healthy normal food. ...
... grew and grew. This year was, finally!, the last year at university, and I decided to make my dreams come true and go see something of the world!
It was so exciting and at the same time a real struggle! Where to go? What to arrange? It weren't all easy decisions to make. Selecting countries was ...