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 ...
... pesto and roasted tomatoes. Local cheese plate and white chocolate parfait to end. Fabulous. And then we walked the Red Light District to see what it was all about, As you would expect, full of people bustling about, curious, lots of tourists here, many from the UK. A wonderful stay in a wonderful city. Tomorrow we are off to the airport and get in to Ottawa Sunday night. We'll have at least one more blog to wrap things up! M & ...
Today we swapped the bustle and modernity of Amsterdam with what rural Netherlands used to look like. After splurging on a 24 hr transit pass and tram ride to Centraal Train station, we boarded an intercity train to Armhem, a small city, about an hour to the southeast. The train was packed, people were sitting on the floor, down the isles and overflowing into the foyers between cars. I noticed a majority of passengers were ...
... clearly their idea of comfortable is a lot different from what mine is. It was sad, as the massive press of humanity prevented one from getting any real feeling of what living "as silent as baby mice" must have been like for those eight poor people. However, everyone was very quiet and interested - it's hardly the sort of place you visit for a riotous good time. And it did give one a good sense of the place. Otto Frank, Anne's father and the only one to ...