Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Marijke
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... although it's not that well signposted for ease of navigation around the sections. The best known paintings by painters of the Dutch Golden Age take pride of place in the Hall of Honour on the second floor: there are great paintings by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Steen, Ruisdael, Hals, and so on. That's where most people focus their attention but, like all great museums, there is lots more, and way too much to see properly in one visit. After the Hall of Honour ...
... smoked. Speaking of smoke, there are definitely a lot of skunks here! :) good news on the step count but ******* the knee joint, wonder if the weather has anything to do with that. Had some great thunder and lightning while on one of the boats "do not touch anything metal" was the advice of the driver. Walter would have freaked. One line on the cruises was the canals are 3 meters deep, 1 meter of water, 1 meter of sludge and 1meter of ...
... 21644;雞，多ŉ 05;蘭花和蕨' 006;觀葉植物 5292;都已託付 32102;富有愛心& #30340;朋友們， 鑰匙交給左 ;鄰右舍，ෲ 3;照上有簽Ť 57;，皮包裡 377;火車票， 7504;行卡也開 ...
We're in Amsterdam today! Bought megabus tickets around a month ago & it was actually going for £1 per ticket from Brussels to Amsterdam but went up to £6/tix when i bought it a few days later. Still very cheap though. Journey took around 3 hours & there was wifi on the bus so it was pretty good. Arrived in Amsterdam & took 2 buses to our hotel which we booked quite far away because the ones ...
... t checked the canal cruise off our to-do list yet, so that's where we headed for next. We went on a one hour cruise and it was really cool to see the city from a different perspective. After this we checked out the sex museum. It was a cheaper, small museum showing sex through the ages. It was quite interesting because we hadn't expected that sex was so public and liberal in the late 1800's and early 1900's. Our stomachs were moaning for lunch by this point and so we walked across town ...