Carlton Ambassador Hotel
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... other day, lots of people packed up at the camp ground. On my way past the bin area I saw a push bike & 3 small portable bbqs left in the rubbish. I went home all excited about the prospect of getting a free bike & BBQ, like at Lake Conjola van park. But, by the time we got around to going back to the rubbish area all the things were gone- very sad..... Apparently it wasn't meant to be. Today we're heading across the English Channel from Hoek of Holland to Harwich ...
... it didn't seem to be in much of a rush, and turns out the train does not take 10 minutes, but a full hour. At this point we were a little stressed, and running later than planned. We walked out of the station only to realize that we were not at the airport, despite the stations deceiving name (Airport). We still would need to take a bus to get there, and at this point we knew we wouldn't make it. We headed back to the ...
... to keep it going is the sale of marijuana to the mindless hoardes that pour into the city with no other purpose than to "get ripped man". Everyone was walking around red eyed and with idiot half grins on their stupid dip*********s. I've never wanted to punch more people more often than I did in Amsterdam. I'd rather spend a week in Venice than an hour in Amsterdam. As for The Hague, I'm not sure what to say about that. It rained for the whole time we were there, and when it wasn't ...
... silence, Anne wrote her famous diary along with short stories and the beginning of her novel about being in captivity, "The Secret Annex". Somehow, the family was betrayed and all 8 people in hiding along with 2 of the helpers were arrested. The Jewish were moved to concentration camps. Only Otto survived. After Anne's sister Margot died in the camp, Anne lost hope and died herself, only one month before the liberation. When ...
... a British soldier and moved to England where Gerry grew up. Gerry met Viv, then moved back to Holland after they were married and brought up their family together there. Viv showered us with love and became the adoptive grandma for the morning-serving us up all sorts of goodies. We had such a warm, wonderful time with them, that we found it difficult to drag ourselves away-finally cycling off at 12pm.
We followed the well marked 1b route-The ...