Amrath Hotel Alkmaar
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The day started with nervous anticipation to finally meet my cousins in Holland. Dad I hope you were looking down on us because we had an amazing day.
The day started with us being picked up by Jan (my cousins husband) and son Ron in a Citroen C6 and being taken via a scenic route to their home in Twisk. An little town with quaint houses one after the other. The only way I can ...
... songs for a nearby birthday party. JUST DELIGHTFUL!!!!
We stopped at Joke's lovely home and we got to meet Pim, her tall, handsome husband. It was a pleasure to be in her home and I hope someday for her to visit my home. A sheep herder lives near by and his herd of sheep keep the neighborhood lawns mowed!!
After the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam today was perfect - relaxing, pastoral, ...
... via more narrow roads, the little villages were really nice to see, but, the narrow roads, I don't think I will get use to them in a hurry.
This evening was the family gathering. It was really good to meet lots to people that I had only heard of, and Mim was having lots of fun catching up. A great night had by all, well at least we really enjoyed the ...
... There were several Rembrandts including "The Wardens of the Amsterdam Drapers Guild" and 'The Night Watch" which are attached. Willem van de Veld was known for his paintings of naval ships I have attached "The Gust" which is of a British war ship floundering in a storm.
After we finished with the Rijksmuseum we walked over to ...
After an uneventful yet fun drive through France and Belgium we arrived in Amsterdam feeling slightly out of place in a Vantage amongst hundreds of bikes. The walk to the hotel took us through the outskirts of the red-light district and was a strange one; Dad with his business briefcase and wheely **** bag, me with a backpack, hoodie and beard. I will put up a picture oofthis juxtaposition illustrated on the lobby of the hotel.
We wondered down down the Warmoesstrat to find ...