Bastion Hotel Leiden/Voorschoten
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We cleaned up Aunt Magda's house as best we could and took a taxi to the train station. Hopped on a train for The Hague where we were met by Nancy's other Aunt Eline and Uncle Dick. They were perfect hosts. While Dick took our bags, Eline took us on a tour of The Hague including the Mauritshuis Museum. There we were impressed by the Flemish Artists and of course by Vermeer's "Girl with a Pearl Earring". We had a delightful lunch outside ...
... we spent quite a bit of time in those stores enjoying the enormous selection of wonderful organic foods on offer there.
The hotels we stayed in were all of very good quality. We had gone a bit upmarket in our choice of hotels all of which were USD 200 plus a night (to which you often had to add parking and resort fees) so they weren't cheap, but well worth it. We always had a room together with 2 double beds in. Some of the ...
... hour wait to get a ticket. The Anne Frank House is of course where she and her family and two other families hid from the Nazis for over two years before they were turned in, arrested, and sent to concentration camps. The front has a more modern fašade than when the Franks were in hiding but the upper annex where they hid is still the same as the day they were arrested except without the ...
... of Chessington Zoo in 1968, you are greeted by a waft of music delivered by a vast automated barrel organ. The ubiquitous South East Asian types are all snapping away taking pictures of each other's false teeth......tubs of tulips are strategically placed between the waffle vendors to give you hope that there is more than this. Already grumpy and preparing for a disappointment, we head off towards "The Windmill". How wrong first ...
... lots of Christmas jumpers and Christmas greetings as we sat and ate a traditional buffet breakfast that we had become accustomed to on tour. We sat, talked and shared stories of Christmas back home. This was one of our longest breakfasts as we normally would be shovelling down the food in preparation for starting the day. But today this was the start of our day, and it was great to be sharing it with our 'family' while on tour. The day was going to ...