Hotel - Restaurant - Cafe Borst
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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We got up way too early to catch a 6AM flight to Amsterdam. We got some nice views while landing in Amsterdam. It looks like a really pretty area. We are catching a flight to Rome and are hoping that it doesn't get cancelled. The air traffic controllers in Italy are threatening to ...
... it down? With a welcomed late start we were given a short bus trip to the Town of Bamburg. The bus drop off point gave Mumsy great excitement as we could see that in the adjacent street a big market was taking place. Mumsy was frustrated she would have to wait, there would be time for that later. We picked up our guide who was a very informative young lady who proudly told us this Town had the first food standards in the World. ( A totally credible claim-I ...
... They were a little shocked at this, since I think in all of their info about holocaust, they sort of identified as German and therefore "safe" and the ones who would be the ones helping those in hiding, not the ones actually hiding. Though as pointed out, no one was really on top in that whole mess. We explained to them that anyone can end up being the persecuted ones, so that's why you have to help stand up for those who can't stand up for themselves. We found dam square, ...
... I walked back to my hotel, on a whim, I decided to go by the museum and see what the line was like and to my surprise it was quite short. Make a long story short one of the museum staff approached those of us in the line and told us we could by tickets for later that day, but it had to be done on line. My phone was dead and I didn't have wifi service so the couple in front of me in line helped me ...
... a huge painting from the Rijksmuseum, was rolled up in a carpet and delivered to the bunker. After the war ended the works were rescued, and returned to the museums. Of course many of the private owners didn't return, and there are still several paintings in the gallery whose ownership is unknown. The museum, especially through Roell's involvement, was heavily represented in the work of the Monument Men, who traced and recovered works of art that had ...