Van Der Valk Hotel Vianen
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsVan Der Valk Hotel Vianen
Good size room, comfortable and clean
Excellent dinner and breakfast
Very friendly and helpful staff
Easy to find, but a car is necessary
Very convenient stopping place on the North-South journey
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Travel Blogs from Vianen
... trying not to talk to anyone, I feel better but it's still space outside my head, there doesn't seem to be gravity, Jack looks absolutely ****** as well. I love Amsterdam. As I get food I can feel the effects wearing off, the drink helps as well. I look at Georgia and Jenni, they're blazed, off cob, their kernels are splattered on the floor! The river cruise leaves from next door to where we have dinner, we have a fully enclosed boat and free drinks for the duration. Nothing ...
... has a Protestant church and gentlemans club that king William used. The city has the deepest canal. We saw a 'general store' where the architecture had goddesses holding up the building because women were the stronghold of the society. The name of the chain store found in every city is winkel and stinkel. The ride back was done in a major downpour. Day 11 We rode from Utrecht ...
... Taking the opportunity to improve my photo-taking skills, tried all sorts of angles to get the best pictures of the flowers, including close-ups that even the raindrops are also visible. Realised that my selfie skills are really bad though. Need to ask passerbys to help me take some photos with the tulips instead. Usually we see the rows of tulips in the marketing campaigns for the Netherlands but am sad to discover that we ...
... Italian place. It looked like it hadn't been renovated since 1962, but it was right there and we were hungry... food was ok, drinks were cheap... nothing special. Filled the gap before heading home to recharge for day two.
Day two, we took a walk into town with the intention of doing a walking tour (as per usual) to get our bearings around this new pretty city. We arrived at Dam Square and saw a massive crowd of people (like hundreds) surrounding the walking tour man. ...
... I took the free ferry over to the Film Museum to see the current exhibition about legendary director Federico Fellini. And the National Maritime Museum is comprehensive and interesting and has a replica East Indiaman docked outside. (The real one sank on its maiden voyage in 1749.)
It was interesting to see inside one of the elegant manor houses, front door facing the canal and a pleasant courtyard behind.