Van Der Valk Hotel Haarlem
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- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... was the center of an international trade market it seemed very interesting, but alas today we still felt it was a bit gaudy.
We toured the Rijksmuseum, full of Vermeers, Rembrandts, Hals and other masterpieces. Our guide was really wonderful, making us understand the history and meaning behind the works as well as learning about the style of painting. After the tour was over Tim and I saw a wonderful dancing Shiva in the Asian ...
... secret is their perfection of a particular strain of yeast. They call it A Yeast. This is what gives Heineken the same taste and consistency all over the world. After being around the USA and now Europe, I think it is safe to say that Heineken is the most readily available beer throughout the world. Everyone knows of Heineken and almost every restaurant or bar sells Heineken beers. At the end of the tour, I payed a little extra to have my name printed on a Heineken bottle. It ...
... a bit and had dinner, then she, and her boyfriend Kyle, gave us a tour through the red light district because they had been there for a few days and said we had to check it out. It was a perfect first night in Amsterdam. This morning we went on a walking tour (I really love walking tours!) and our guide, Kendra, was from Alaska! How crazy is that?! She was hilarious and we high fived even though she's from Anchorage and that means we ...
From the outset, we have to say that Amsterdam is the dirtiest and most unkempt European city we have been in. Cigarette butts everywhere, papers blowing all over the place, rubbish overflowing from bins and just left in gutters. The place is really giving Cairo a run for its money !
Many alternate types in 1960s garb floating around the place with pony tails, sandals and pantaloons. The sweet smell of marijuana in the air.
... in an awesome hotel - Pulitzer, courtesy of Starwood points. That we fit the part of scroungy-looking backpackers was evident as a woman appeared out of nowhere while we were standing in line and asked if she could help us with anything. I told her we were checking in and, in surprise, she said "oh, we'll then you're in the right line." The hotel is a combination ...