Hotel 'T Koningsbed
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... more shopping (successful!) we changed and headed to Ann Frank House. We'd all read the book and were keen to see the house made so real by her story. I personally found it really moving though it stirred up my memories of Auschwitz and Birkenau camps where Ann was sadly to die just days before the camp was liberated. Our tired weary bodies were once again taken home for a rest stop. We went to bed hoping for better ...
Any good travel blog has a lot of one thing: food pictures!!!!! Or, at least, any good travel blog of mine. In the past I have incorporated the food pictures throughout the blog. This time I am going to try something a bit different and just keep posting new phood fotos (cute right?) to this one entry. So keep checking back for more.
Pro tip: Do not view this post on an empty stomach.
... in the painting of his bedroom. My favourite was a portrait of Camille Roulin, the 11 yr old son of the local postman in Arles. I love his hat and the expression on his face. His painting of a Japanese courtesan is very similar to one in the Japanese woodcut exhibition on at present in the Auckland Gallery. The border of bamboo, herons and water lilies was added by him. His collection of Japanese ...
... completely unseasoned and bland. It came with fries (which were delicious) and salad (a bowl of lettuce with chopped cucumbers, no dressing). After dinner Nate was finishing the beer and all of a sudden a white cat jumped up onto the bar stool next to me! It's an open front place and the bartender said it's not their cat but they can't keep her out. She's someone's - she's clean and has a collar and is super friendly, she hung out with us for awhile and then made the rounds. So ...
... to our next hotel in the small town of Soestduinen, Netherlands. It is a way different atmosphere, tucked away in the trees, very quite, beautiful bike paths everywhere and small quaint shops. We are currently having lunch and then we are going to rent some peddle bikes and explore this wonderful place. It is way more up my ally than a busy city.
Anyway unfortunately we will be home soon and I will see you then - I might update once more if we see something cool.
Alice & Chris ...