Carlton Ambassador Hotel
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This morning we got up bright and early, and saw that it was a beautiful day. We were, I would say, pretty efficient about cleaning ourselves up and eating breakfast. We had a plan, you see, to visit two cities (admittedly right next to each other), The Hague and Delft, so we were trying to get going early and not waste time. This went really well up to taking the tram to the station (before 9am!); after that, things started going wrong. ...
... amazingly talented and the museum really illustrated the process that went into his wood work and mathematical equations in producing these incredible tessellations. The museum houses some of his most famous pieces which include Air and Water (birds become fish); Belvedere (the inside out of a Folly); Waterfall (where water seems to flow upwards) and Drawing (two hands drawing each other) as well as many pictures of Italian landscapes ...
... and chatting away happily in the manner of all of Amsterdam. It's delightful to see a pair of soberly dressed businessmen cycling side-by-side and talking earnestly of multinational wheeling and dealing, or a pair of pretty girls in short skirts, zooming up and freewheeling down the bridges. The ubiquitous bikes make the city very quiet and clean, and force all other traffic to travel at cycling speed, which makes the whole place feel very calm and ...
... then went for a walk stumbling across a ice cream shop......... Spiced cookie and strawberry cheesecake, having said this you must understand why CARLY insists on new clothes. Today's bike tour was pretty good too, but not many stops and minimal information about where we are and where we are going made it inferior to the city tour, still a beautiful ride though. Anyway we are about to pack and get ready for the trip to Berlin tomorrow, and eat blah blah blah. Bye ...
... the air and clung onto us. We stopped and I got a nice raincoat (thanks, Mom!) and what a difference it made. Note to self: Layer and always be ready for rain - and lots of it. Walking, we saw some pretty incredible and interesting thing. First we stopped at the Noordeinde Palace which was a sight. After a few oohs, ahhs, and pictures, we continued down the side streets.
We found this one quarter ...