Van der Valk Hotel Nuland
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
Photos of Van der Valk Hotel Nuland
TripAdvisor Reviews Van der Valk Hotel Nuland
Travel Blogs from Nuland
... my way back to the dock where the Goethe is berthed. I'm still looking slightly disheveled - my clothes have dried but are quite rumpled, and I haven't shaved in several days. I also haven't eaten in quite a while and realize, all of a sudden, that I'm famished. Searching in my pocket, all I can find is a 10 Euro note; it's all that I have to my name at the moment. Separating from the group for a moment to purchase a nougat pretzel - the first edible item that comes into ...
... to nap instead) and at 4 pm we had Dutch high tea, which included pastries, tea sandwiches and coffee ( with egg yolk liqueur and topped with a mound of whipped cream!... Not like any "tea" I've had before!) Dinner included a roasted tomato soup, chateau-briand with potato and veggies, and raspberry dessert ( which was marketed as chocolate but we were fooled!) Off to Cologne (Köln) tomorrow ...
If you ask anyone in Holland what Gouda is known for the
answer would be Cheese, Syrup Waffles, Clay pipes and Candles. Ask someone about Holland they most likely
would answer “Cheese”. I have found "Gouda cheese" in most countries I have
visited including Vietnam, Russia, Croatia, The Baltic States and of course
Australia and New Zealand. I would not
use the words “world famous” in this context but rather “well ...
... to make a beautiful garden.There is about over 100 small gardens of all types in the garden park,the people grow all different trees,plants,and work in their spare time in their garden home away from where they live as a lot of people do live in apartments . And they have a lot of pleasure to be outside in the garden. On Saturday we enjoyed celebrating John's 71st birthday .I thought it would be a family affair .there were more than ...
... since we knew there would be several museums in our near future. The outside of them were great to look at anyway. And the area was very peaceful, apart from the large tour buses that shuttled people in and out. There was a family of ducks in one of the streams, complete with about a dozen ducklings, there were cats and dogs near all the windmills and bird flying every which way. It was a good place to be.