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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the main centre of cultural activity in the Netherlands, until Amsterdam took over, during the period known as the 'Dutch Golden Age'. It's a very relaxing place and a lovely town to while away a few days in, walking and drinking by the canal bank, checking out some of the city's many architectural delights or enjoying in the city's museums and art ...
... is pointed towards social media and the internet for disconnecting our society and dismantling community-- but I actually feel that cars have truly accomplished this. Not only do they physically separate us from interacting with each other in scenes like picking up our kids from school, but their infrastructure has completely segregated communities, scarring neighborhoods with hardened barriers, toxic fumes, and deafening noise. Places with intense car infrastructure have ...
... times. It’s like a miniature history of Dutch religion in a single building. As usual, I really enjoyed the super weird details in the medieval and early Renaissance paintings. I have shared some pictures of a few. I just love how frightening they are and I imagine the people who really believed in the existence of these horrible monsters.
After the museum, I met my host under the tower, and we walked to the Central ...
... talking under their breathe between themselves when the ticket girl asked me to go up and they did have one ticket for the tour leaving now, so I grabbed it without looking the who Aussies in the eye and ran to my tour.
Not quite a thug life, but I felt wickedly awesome in that moment hehehe.
We climbed, oh boy did we climb.
Thankfully, the view was worth it, because it was windy and cold and my legs hurt.
... that before 1960 was all underwater. Surprised to find out that the netherlands, a nation of 16 million people (roughly as many people as in florida) with about twice the size of new jersey, exports more agricultural goods than any country in the world besides the US.
Got off train, walked around amsterdam. I think a large part of this was the fact that it was a saturday afternoon, but the first thing I noticed about amsterdam ...