Bilderberg Europa Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Conference facilities
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... he completed nearly one work a day. His end is well known of course and it was very sensitively portrayed through a well selected collection of his paintings and letters. After the VG we spied the Coster diamond museum across the road. You know who insisted we visit but actually it was fascinating watching the diamond cutters at work and the staff were all very friendly. I doubt they thought I could afford the 100,000 euro rings so it must have been because ...
Matthew showed us around Den Haag today. We went to the Mauritshuis Musuem to see the painting, The Girl with the Pearl Earring. It is a small, but very impressive museum which has only just re-opened after a major upgrade. Not all of Vermeer's paintings are here (most are in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, which we will see Friday), however his most famous painting The Girl with ...
... and the food was delicious. The house red was not bad either. We wandered around the neighborhood peeking in apartment windows for a long time after dinner. It doesn't get fully dark until nearly 1030pm, so this was the first night we'd been out after dark (as we've been collapsing into bed around 1030). We then found our way home as we had walked farther than we realized. Lots and lots of walking ...
... a bit like a Butlins with everything possible going for it, but at least we have a pitch of our own tonight, as well as electric and showers and pancakes for dinner. I washed a few undies to keep us going until we get home and hung them up like flags from our chairs, luckily it was sunny and windy so hopefully all will be dry by bedtime.
Tomorrow we have to leave by about 12.00 to catch the ferry back to Harwich and then meet ...
... the Northern Lights will be an even bigger talking point. Chatting to fellow passengers this afternoon we heard a few tales from one gentleman's military life, the closest David could relate to this was the local brew on board Spitfire!
Our dining companions this evening were a couple from the Bristol area and one of the ships lecturers and his wife. Enjoyable topics of conversation throughout the meal, one of which was flower arranging ...