Strowis Budget Hostel
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... it was terrible that the terrace houses were allowed to be built next to it so I was very surprised to learn that the house was built on to the end of them and not the other way round. Gerrit Rietveld was part of the de Stijl design movement which was founded by Mondrian and two others in 1917. They were trying to establish a new kind of art with straight lines, primary colours and collaboration between artists ...
Today we visited a very well maintained castle - Kasteel De Haar. The grounds were incredible and the setting beautiful. We went through a shrubbery maze and unfortunately a couple of little kids beat us to the middle and were long gone by the time we made it through!
After leaving the castle, we wanted to drive ...
... don’t really know why I am drinking beer when usually I drink wine. Perhaps it’s the weather? We made our way back to our hotel at 23:30 and went to bed. I slept a lot better.
What we both liked about Amsterdam was how laid back people were, the gorgeous scenery, how safe it felt (compared to Paris) and how nice the locals were. We managed to see a fair bit of the city and get a good idea of it but probably would have liked a couple of ...
The Hat set sail from the "Skinny Bridge".
Freed by a sudden gust of wind and loose from its tether off it sailed North Westwards up the Amstel. Narrowly avoiding two, glass topped, pleasure cruisers and a police launch it quickly gathered momentum using both wind and current.
Turning right at the New Herengraght canal it slipped easily and confidently under the footbridge.
I watched its ...
... Seeing the actual diaries, the stark rooms, and the faces of the families really hit home what they went through. I was doing too much gawking and not enough looking where I was going today. Roger had to drag me out of harms way 5 or 6 times - twice I stepped into the path of a moving tram; once a bicyclist had to veer sharply to miss me. Whoops! Will have to do better tomorrow - too ******* Roger. I figure it's part of the land transportation guy's ...