Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Marijke
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... and shoarma. One thing I'm trying to do on my travels is be totally open to new foods, and am I ever glad I've been doing that! I've discovered a taste for many things I would've never thought I'd like! Another really good food that you can get here are Stroopwaffels - they're addicting! Sunday night I went out on a pubcrawl. They gave us way more free alcohol then I could ever drink! I ended up staying out with them all until about 4am, then I went back to my hostel. ...
... on enormous couches in the lobby, surrounded by clocks--grandfathers and mothers, and smaller--some working, most not. To our surprised delight, not 5 minutes later the concierge announced that our room was actually ready. Somehow we made it--not really, it was one level up via elevator--to our home for the next 5 nights. It has amazing decor: Karen and Kris had Cleopatra lounges poolside in Cambodia, ...
The Stedelijk Museum didn't open until 11am so we explored our neighbourhood, de Pijp, further. We forgot to take the map so Ian was designated to be Hansel and get us home again. People watching from a cafe (not a coffee shop) was fascinating. A young handsome, blond man was using a small towing contraption to bring in stalls for the local market, dodging trucks and cyclists as he did so. This in a very narrow street about one vehicle wide. ...
Woke up to attend an english speaking reformed church in a secluded area of Amsterdam where all of us were able to understand all the words. It was a great experience - during the service they was a session set apart called 'Music in Worship' where one of the members of the congregation played a beautiful Nocturne by Despić and the audience was encouraged to listen and enjoy, but also to reflect and appreciate ...
... Not a problem though as it was very sunny and warm. We then motored across our race course to the southern edge of the Markermeer to meet up with Roland and Pauline at their marina - the Royal Dutch Yacht and Rowing Club in Muiden!! Vey smart but also very friendly. The harbour master guided us in and helped with our first time attempting bows in morning between two lines with two posts to tie onto at the back - ...