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... the largest and most luxurious castle in Holland, owned and occupied by the Van Zuylen family until fairly recently, but restored, furnished and maintained with Rothschild family money as a former Baron Van Zyl married well.
The Dom Tower in Utrecht was another highlight, we climbed 465 steps (112m) to the top of the highest church bell tower in the Netherlands, and could even see Amsterdam in the distance.
Yesterday we went to Utrecht. We woke up at 6am and boarded the 8:55 train. After a train trip and a bus ride we met Ruben's friend from childhood Willemyn.
We first walked threw the train station in order to get to the city center which was interesting because the stations are often much like airports with millions of little shops and so on. Once we were in the city center I spotted a huge tower connected ...
Amsterdam and last full day in this lovely city.
We spent all day at the Rijksmuseum which has the largest collection of Dutch paintings in the world. It was the best museum we have ever seen.
Purpose built in 1885 and well run and magnificent to view such Dutch favourite artists as Rembrandt ,Vermeer ,Avercamp, to name a few.
The building itself is also beautiful and it it well run and easy to visit.
... not to cause a major pile up! We did indulge in kroekets, frites with mayo and warm stroopwaffels (and a Dutch beer or two). In the afternoon the boys showed Wessel and Sjors some Aussie rules. And we ran to Wessel's soccer training. All the kids on their bikes with either hockey sticks or musical instruments on their backs heading out to evening training. Renske made us a tradition Dutch meatball dinner which was a huge hit. Lovely evening spent with Renske and ...
... with Euros and boarded the train. We took this and transferred to a "Sprinter (train that stops at every stop)," but not before realizing Mom left her new shoes on the first train. We went back and found a couple had taken them, so I pointed to them and got them back. I would like to think they were "holding" them for us until our return, but it was buried under their baby stroller and the bag was gone. Anyway, we were able ...