Amrath Hotel Maarsbergen
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... in Rome...' feeling and declared that yes, I want that windmill tattoo, and Amsterdam, now, was the time and place to do it! We did a little bit of shopping, namely to buy vagina shaped lollipops (oh Amsterdam), before parting ways with Mum and Dad and heading back to a tattoo place we found earlier, Hanky Panky Tattoos! With cautious trepidation (and Daniel going in first!), we went downstairs to the counter and discussed what I wanted! Good news (I think); ...
... I tried to return to my hotel because I'd cleverly left my camera in my room. Guess what...got lost again. It was pouring with rain so I decided to duck into a pub for lunch. Over lunch I was able to figure out where I was and make my way back to my hotel. Picked up my camera and made a second attempt at finding Anne Franks house. I must be getting better at this because I managed to find it this time. But the queue was five miles long, so I took ...
... me up some risotto that she had cooked herself which was lovely- unfortunately I was late and didn't get to eat it when it was just ready to serve- sorry Jess!!
Jess's friend Luak then turned up for a chat- he seemed like a lovely guy from the French Congo- great accent and great body- Jess should have tried to get in there!
Then Jess and I chatted a bit about her latest romance and it was time for bed!
... a couple of hours wandering the narrow streets. We are now on the way to The Hague where we have a couple of days to settle into our new apartment before Anna starts at the International Criminal Court. We are slowly getting over our jet lag, which has been surprisingly mild considering the time difference and the fact that we have gone from one place where it was getting dark at 5:00pm and a day later found ourselves in a place where the sun doesn't set until ...
... built recently, it was destroyed by a storm. I guess the old ones were built to last.
We watched a craftsman demonstrate how he was able to turn a block of poplar into a wooden shoe. It took about five minutes using tools that were created 75 years ago. There were interesting display cases showing many different styles of wooden shoes. A favorite of our group was a pair that looked ...