Carlton Oasis Hotel
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... br> Sat around after lunch catching up on stuff and trying to sort out a schedule for the next few days. The car is to be picked up tomorrow at lunch so will probably head down to Bruges Tuesday. Might stop at Ypres to see Flanders field, and then go to Michels. Still up in the air as we don't want to be driving all the time.
Later on we went for a walk to the supermarkets. First the Lidl, interesting to see all the ...
... work. We walked over a small hill an to our surprise, the ocean was right there with a boardwalk that would put mission beach to shame. There was a long pier with a couple of giant buildings at the end, including bungee jumping. The boardwalk was lined with places to eat, complete with outdoor seating. There even was a merry-go-round. One building looked like it was an old palace that was converted into hotel rooms. Come to find later that it was a spa ...
... Pilgrim Museum--did you know the Pilgrims lived in Leiden for 12 years BEFORE they came over to the US on the Mayflower? The museum isn't open on Tuesdays so we'll have to see it another time. Instead we went to the Ethnology Museum which was wonderful! It concentrates on the cultures of the other continents (not Europe) and has great multimedia displays. There are movies showing on the walls of each room, along with music of the culture and all sorts ...
... The rest of the pavilion was set up with boards showing pictures of English gardens. How ironic that I've come all this way to see pictures of gardens I've already seen in person! Walked over to Oranje Nassau pavilion where there were a few crocuses in the gardens. Have found some flowers at last, a freesia flower show in the pavilion! Still rather surreal as the freesias are displayed with London and british celebrities as the theme as well as easter birds and eggs! Ooh there are ...
... Emma early last century. The exhibition walked us through the various stages of Escher’s work, and concluded with some interactive sculptures and spaces where we could experience some of his illusions for ourselves.
After our wobbly tour of the town, we spent a luxurious evening enjoying our accommodation with comfy chairs by the fire, with a dinner of cheeses and paté.
The morning followed ...