Best Western Palace Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
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... was about 200m long so, after taking a photo outside the house, (glad we did as it is now covered in scaffolding) we returned and booked online for our return. This means you go straight in the door at your allotted time. As it is a very small museum only a small number of people are allowed to enter at any one time. It was packed and consequently made it difficult to absorb the full impact of the families' situation. Eight people living in these very ...
... or on a tourist ride to catch the sights and sounds. Later on in the evening we took another tram back about ten minutes towards town into a locals eating area, found a restaurant and had a nice meal befor getting back home and an early night before semi finals day tomorrow. We had booked a 9.00 am visit to the Van Gogh museum but a very late change to the rowing schedule bought the pairs race through to 9.30 instead of mid afternoon so Mr Gough will have to wait for another ...
... despair. My last day in Amsterdam was definitely a highlight of my Europe trip so far. The morning was chilled, a bike ride into the city and through the beautiful Vondelpark where we stopped and enjoyed a picnic brunch by one of the canals and taking in the beauty of the gardens. Then after a relaxing morning it was then onto the Amsterdam Gay Pride Canal Parade and then a Gay street party with Milou and her friends! I have never experienced anything like ...
... in Amsterdam. You can find a wide variety of different flowers and bulbs, and purchase the symbolic flower of Holland - tulips - or the bulbs at least, to take back home.
Next stop was the Van Gogh museum, with 4 floors of the artist's original works and life story. While his work is reproduced all over the world, it was incredible to see original paintings right in front of us. Another great perk: they offer a children's audio ...
... as a Painter', 'The Bedroom', 'The Yellow House' and 'The Potato Eaters'. As Van Gogh's paintings travel, I have seen many of them before so I find the museum's arrangement almost as interesting as the works of art. In one section, Van Gogh's paintings are hung next those of his friends and fellow artists and compared for style and reciprocal influences. On the top floor, the exhibits detail Van Gogh's artistic technique and 'habits'; I learn ...