Van der Valk Hotel Ara
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- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Train ride smooth and fast. It became very crowded after Rotterdam. Got off at Bruxelles Sud even though my ticket said Midi. Thankfully then found Eurostar entrance. Passport control was good. The guy wanted to know where my relatives were, and then was fascinated I had come so far by train. He looked at all my visas and said it sounded a great trip. Then managed to find wifi in time to say goodbye to James. Belgium helpers ...
... their progress has clearly been slowed. Looking around, I notice several long sections of rope, which I position across the only opening into our room - the doorway from the stairs. I also locate - and position - 4 or 5 large spanners that I can see lying in a corner - and place them into easy reach. The situation: we're on an intermediate level of the Tower - approximately 20 feet square; only 1 way in and out; 4 windows spaced evenly on all 4 sides of the Tower walls; and ...
... we were at Keukenhof and experiencing the best of Dutch bulbs. Dropping out bikes off, we headed into the gardens. Only open for a couple of months in the spring, the area showcases the best in Dutch spring bulbs by many of the largest bulb growers in the world. Daffodils, hyacinths and tulips are planted by the millions to ensure that there are always massive plots in bloom. We searched out the Van Gogh tributes and ...
... windmill - not a lot of space and many stairs. So another tourist site with stairs - and going up and down in bike shoes was a challenge. After the windmill tour the rain had pretty much stopped so we were able to enjoy riding along the canals enjoying beautiful farmland and canals. Lunch was in the town of Gouda where we had a great lunch of cheeses, salads and tomato soup. The owner was a wonderful man and a great host of all of us bikers. The food ...
We arrived in The Hague on the 30th and stayed for 1 night in a B&B right across the road from where, by funny coincidence, they are building the new premises for the International Criminal Court (unfortunately not being finished means Anna will have to slum it for the next 3 months). After settling in, we headed down to check out the North Sea and the biggest beach resort in the Netherlands. It was sunny, but the cold wind ...