Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Marijke
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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So I got busted warming my back and bottom on the heated towel rack in the bathroom this evening. I was fully clothed so all good and no burns apparent. Don thought it quite funny but I thought it was ingenious. It did remind me of being in high school in Orange where a few of us would be warming ourselves on the one ****** little ...
... given an audio guide and headset. There was a 15 minute orientation film, and then we explored. Many of the paintings or other items had numbers to enter into the audio set, which gave information about the particular artist, the context of the painting or artifact, and details about the work itself. It was most amazing to see paintings from the 17th century of our neighbor, the Grote Kerk, inside and out! Other paintings were by Haarlem painters, of ...
... found a tour desk and decided that we should book a tour to see the countryside, in particular clog making, cheese and windmills. The stereotypical Dutch thing! We were excited, and booked it for Monday! We also got tickets to the Heineken Experience at the old Heineken Brewery. We continued exploring the little streets and canals, there are so many, and found a little pub for lunch. More importantly it had wifi, hello outside world and friends! After a few beers and lunch ...
... The father Otto wanted the space to reflect the emptiness that was left behind after the loss of so many Jewish people. The marks on the wall where Anne and her sister's height was recorded is still clearly visible, with the blackout curtains providing a true picture of how they lived here. We saw the bookcase, went up the extremely steep stairs, went through each room and saw the original diary. The bravery of the people helping ...
The museum was, well a museum. We actually went there to experience and exhibit called The Little Orphanage. It was cool. It let you experience a taste of life in a 17th century orphanage in the Netherlands. The orphanage was like a town for children. At one time it had as many as 900 kids!! Chloé and Grant wore wristbands that they scanned at each station to learn about the different aspects of the orphanage. The children were issued ...