Carlton Ambassador Hotel
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In the morning we travelled to Corpus and looked at the human body. After that we set off to Den Haag to meet José at a restaurant. Due to Prinsjesdag however, we could not get to the restaurant as the way to it was cut off. We parked at the other end of he city and decided to walk. Prinsjesdag (English: Prince's Day) is the day on which the reigning monarch of the ...
... campground for the night-where we had to provide our own toilet paper, pay for hot water to wash dishes & although the showers were included in the price-they were the push button variety-where it literally only stayed on for a second! I decided after assisting Gracie to shower, it really wasn't worth the effort & skipped it. At $36-for the pleasure of sleeping on a bit of grass-without any extras-I would rather have found a free camping spot-although the ...
... We decided to tackle the canal ride, Sex Museum and Red Light District. And we did it! The canal ride was beautiful, the Sex Museum was... Interesting. And the Red Light District was exactly what it's made out to be.. a bunch of girls in windows with red lights! Pretty basic! So glad that we got to experience all of the stereotypical things in Amsterdam!
That brings us to today! We slept in, woke up and had some breakfast. Then went out for ...
... Dutch "troubador" in the bar and retired for the night.
Apart from Mr & Mrs Noisy and their brood going by after a night at the casino (or somewhere) things were otherwise quiet with a smooth crossing had by all.
We woke for a good breakfast and were off the ship easily by 10.00 and after a little detour round the dock area, Tom Tom guided us onto the European motorway network.
We were on our way to ...
... ambassadors of many nations including Australia, NZ, America and Britain, bringing back an alliance that fought together to slow the Imperial armies advance on Darwin. Many speeches were had and stories told, hymns sung and music played, none of the meaning was lost in the fact we could understand what was being said. A lot of the people standing there had been in the same pow camps my Dad and ...