Van Der Valk Hotel Leiden
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- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Banquet room
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... There are also lots of other plants and trees as well. There's a hot house with just stunning orchids. There's even a blue orchid. I didn't know you could get blue flowers. We were there for a few hours and by the time we were leaving it was starting to get really busy. Glad we went early. When we got back we wandered around the shopping street for a while. It's a lovely town. I really, really ...
... and potatoes (from my Caesar salad, they put potato and egg in the salad). The chicken was plain tasting. We don't know if Elys doesn't have salt and pepper or we just can't find it. Packing seems to take forever. I finished and drank the rest of my drinks seeing as we can't really travel with them. It was a quiet night just watched tv and made sure we were ready for ...
... suddenly be zooted off on another highway going in totally the wrong direction!) and the drive through Death Valley wasn't too comfortable (we stupidly drove through at the hottest time of the day) but for the rest the driving and the distances were easy to cover. On reflection we were pleased that we had decided to hire a car instead of a camper van as we were much more flexible with the car, particularly in the big cities.
... pleasantly empty boat. We did end up choosing a perfect time because the next line up for the 7:00 tour was about 5 times the size of ours when we had gone an hour earlier.
From there we trekked to the Anne Frank Huis where we stood in a line that was alarmingly long. Fortunately, we managed to get through it at a reasonable rate and had one hour in the actual museum itself. UNfortunately, we were not allowed to take photos so I ...
... The remainder of the time we spent looking at the middle ages and Renaissance art. The Rijks includes a floor also for more modern art and some Van Gogh, but we skipped those.
We bee-lined it to the Night Watch by Rembrandt. Like people say about a lot of art and buildings: they're always much grander in person. It's a massive painting. All around the gallery floor were cards that broke down all the elements of the paintings. They discussed the history and motivations behind a ...