Van Der Valk Hotel Vianen
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- 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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... book back in 1972 and had always wanted to see her home in Haarlem. Her devout Dutch family helped hide Jews during WWII until they were betrayed and all ended up in various concentration camps. All but Corrie died in the camps. After the war she became an evangelist and wrote a book "The Hiding Place" which was later made into a movie. As the evangelistic ...
... Amsterdam. We found a basic camper stop (again with our top 2 asks wifi and power, but no showers or toilets) on the North side of Amsterdam. It was just across the water from the city centre but the short ferry ride is free, I knew I liked this country! I cycled to the supermarket for tea, almost coming a cropper as even though they have dedicated cycle lanes they have 2 lanes just like roads, so guess who was constantly riding on the wrong ...
What a fabulous day! After we checked out of the hotel, the group met with one of our group leaders Ed for a three mile, three hour walking tour that took us through several areas in Amsterdam. The idea was to walk from our hotel to where our barge was docked and learn the history of the city. Ed explained that with each canal we crossed, the age of the city increased. While we had seen many of the areas previously, ...
Our morning started by departing Hertogenbosch at 7:00 am and barged to Tiel where we disembarked. Now after 4 days I understand why those of Dutch descent in South Africa speak about the "Boer war" (farmer war). If you are not in a village, you ate on a road with farmlands as far as you go, throughout The Netherlands. It was a real treat to find out that we in the colonial founder of South ...
... br> The city had a very chilled vibe, yet buzzing at the same time. It was packed with tourists, but it looked like a very liveable city to us – you never know – one day perhaps.
We will definately be back one day though as we missed out the Anne Frank museum as the que was MASSIVE, plus a few other bits too - you just need a job to visit here...budget backpacking is ...