Bastion Hotel Leiden/Oegstgeest
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
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... were cargo vessels and are now converted into houseboats, other boats were built specifically for this purpose. In Amsterdam you find these houseboats along the canals and the Amstel river and in the former Amsterdam docklands. Some houseboats are available entirely as an apartment, other offer B&B. All are pretty expensive to buy.
After a few days of sight-seeing both on the bus ...
... the bottom floor contained actual pages from Anne's diary. After a quick lunch, we visited the special Matisse exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum. It was amazing to see the progression of his work and the culmination of it on the top floor, where his most famous works were reunited into one gigantic room. This was the first time three of the pieces of artwork had been reunited since they were in Matisse's bedroom. It was very cool to experience this, especially with Sydney ...
... coffee and Dutch pancakes (pjo....). We couldn't believe all the biking and bikers lane. We walked the whole morning and were in ore of the beautiful city. We walked through Vondelpark, to the flower market, past the opera house and Rembrandt house, Jewish area and Portuguese Synagogue, St Nicholas Catholic Church, to central station and by lunch time had made it to Dam Square. We were about to sit down for lunch when we saw ...
... Belsen concentration camp was liberated. She was 16. The only one of the eight people to survive was Anne's father, Otto Frank. He is the one responsible for publishing Anne's diary. It was Anne Frank's dream to be a published writer. Now, her diary is one of the most read books in the world.
I can honestly say that Amsterdam is the most interesting city I have visited, culturally. It was strange for an American such as myself to see prostitution and marijuana as ...
... which is extremely sad.
Sam, Aaron and I met two of Aaron's friends, Tom and Ellie, for lunch at a pub. It was pretty cool to meet new people and they were really easy to get along with. They're meeting us again in Berlin too!
After dinner we went to a pretty big pub near the Christmas markets and had a few beers to finish off the night. It was really cold that night so the walk to the tram station was pretty horrible. I had a nice warm shower (and flooded the ...