Bilderberg Europa Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... waves were messy, so no one was surfing either. On the way home we picked some wild rocket from the weeds on the side of the footpath, took it home, washed it thoroughly, and I cooked it with potato for dinner. It's been a long time since I've been able to do any foraging. There are heaps of wild berry bushes as well, but with only flowers on them, so I can't work out what the fruits are. Not blackberries, because the flowers are pink, not white, but something ...
... to get to the airport. When we checked out we asked the receptionist which station we could go to to catch a bus back to the airport. He suggested a few, then proceeded to say we could take the closer train to the airport and be there in 10 minutes. Being the practical minded people we are, we opted for what seemed to be the better option which would allot us plenty of time to check in and go through security. As we were on the train ...
... t-shirts which seem to attract controversy wherever we go. Once night time falls we head to the infamous 'red light district' which is considerably smaller than I remember due to being reduced in size to weed out that pesky problem of stolen girls and illegal prostitution. We see some attractive girls and some not so attractive, skanky looking ones. We get up to some mischief and call it a late night. (Melissa). Amsterdam is a dirty, filthy, sleazy shithole of a city. The only thing ...
... wait 1.5 hours to get inside. I think it was pretty worth the wait. We got to walk through the entire house and secret annex. So there were 8 people in total hiding in the annex for over two years, the Frank and the Van Pels families. With the support of four "helpers" who worked for Otto Frank, the father, before the war started, the business could keep running and the families could get some food and necessities. During these two ...
... Vivienne & Gerry invited us over for a coffee-which we gratefully accepted. Vivienne was a vivacious English woman, originally from Manchester, while Gerry had been born in Holland. During an air raid in the 2nd world war, Gerry(only a baby) and his parents made their way to a bomb shelter. Gerry's mum realised she had forgotten Gerry's bottles so his dad offered to run back and get them. But sadly he was gunned down and later died. In later years, Gerry's ...