Carlton Ambassador Hotel
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... t get through, we decided to watch the golden carriage. Later in the afternoon we still caught up with José which was lovely. On the way back to the car we walked past a little boutique where Emma snapped up cool pants for €3, a t-shirt for €1 and a dress for € 2! Satisfied with our purchases we drove to Hilversum to meet Josca, Bouwe, Anouk & ...
... amp; chairs half covered in sand- we could see why it was still in the off season! We followed great cycle paths through fields & villages, along canals & arrived in the evening to the unexpected delight of the old city of Brugge. We booked in for 2 nights in a B&B located in the old centre. The building was 3 stories high- and our hosting family lived on the 2nd floor while guests took a tiny lift to the third floor. The rooms were beautifully fitted ...
... fish, clothes, jewellery, cheese, fabrics and so on. Couldn't resist, we had Dutch pancakes! Mmm so so good! We walked out to the museums to only look from the outside (we have had enough of museums for now), beautiful grassed area with a water feature that lead us to the famous Amsterdam letters that hundreds of tourists climb on daily. So we did that too! We went to a little bakery to get some salad rolls and to the shop for some soft drink and out to Vondelpark for a ...
... had all the restaurant owners wanting us to come in and we came across one that had these HUGE pizzas for five euros so it was so cheap. We went in there and the owners were sitting down pretending to be customers and made us sit in front of the window so it looked like people were eating in there, it was interesting and a little frightening. Melissa and I tend to overthink and overreact about a lot of things so we freaked ourselves right ...
... work alongside van Gogh's) and then started to develop his own eye and style - and of course ended on the very top floor with the wheat field ones. It was really interesting, as I have always thought of poor old Vincent as a great painter but a lousy draftsman. Think of the chair. But clearly he learned to draw very well, but chose not to use the skill when his work became all about colour, paintwork and the surface.
Another little break to eat my ...