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Duinhotel Burgh Haamstede

This weekend we went to visit friends in Zeeland. We stayed at Fletcher Duinhotel Burgh Haamstede in Burgh-Haamstede. Rooms are good; pity that there's no refrigerator or fan (a fan lacking in all hotels I've ever been!);

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Breakfast and dinner are in a non-smoking area - the whole hotel is a non-smoking area, but you can also eat outside, where smoking is allowed.

When you are on vacation in Zeeland you use your bike and not your car. Thus, since we had the chance, instead of bringing our own bikes, we rented an e-bike, brand Rivel (which is Union, which is DBG), as part of the stay. This was a truly amazing experience. We have never used an e-bike before, but thought about it, so this was our chance! And this Rivel bike was really amazing. I always cycled at the maximum e-speed of 25 km/h without any much energy. These e-bikes are a disaster if you are trying to lose weight, but a real treat when cycling in the dunes or the hills. When you're staying at the hotel, you normally give the batteries to the receptionist, but if you argue enough that you're always late, (s)he'll hand over the chargers for the e-bike's batteries so you can charge them yourself.

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