Bilderberg Hotel De Klepperman
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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I wake up to a very hot morning I have breakfast and freshen up we go to a castle in holland which was castle de haar where a family would come for a Holliday after that we hopped on the plane and we flew over to London wich was very bumpy we got held up up for about 1 hour to get through to baggage claim then we got our bags then we went to my mums friends place where we were staying for three ...
... that there were so many Jews in Holland is because of the religious tolerance that the rulers have practiced over the years. Where so many other countries had banned various sects, cults and religions over the years, the Dutch never sought to exclude anyone. They realised that if you allow in a wide range of people, you get a very vibrant and exciting community. This is good for trade and one thing the Dutch have always been good at is trade and tolerance. The ...
... patiently sit, with a dash of drool, give us a high five and then we would say “bingo” which signaled the start to their meals, priceless. They were not only cute but a source of entertainment for us and great companions.
We had one more assignment in The Netherlands and that was in Rotterdam to care for Oscypek, a very handsome Neva Masquerade cat for seven days. Barry left a day ahead of me in order to meet our next assignments time frame and ...
After a slightly earlier start than yesterday we headed out in search of a boat trip to explore Amsterdam's famous canal system. Distracted by an American style diner themed like a carousel we postponed the outing to catch some breakfast. After some yummy waffles and pancakes and our first proper cup of tea (sorry Sarah your tea flavoured foamed milk under the Eiffel Tower doesn't count) we set off ...
... very few cars running. We left Damrak, being careful not to wander back into the Red Light District. There was some construction happening which made us cross over to the opposite side of the street. In no time we were stopped by a policeman who was standing on the corner. "You are not from here, are you?" said Captain Obvious. We were not only riding on the wrong side of the street, we were riding on a street that did not allow bike traffic. He told us ...