De L'Europe Amsterdam
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We set off to Amsterdam via the scenic route to break the monotony of the motorways. The countryside is very green and extremely flat. We passed through lots of pretty country towns, saw many cyclists, wind farms, windmills and animals. We travelled across the Afsluitdijk Dyke, a major causeway completed in 1933. It is 32 km long. Amsterdam is very …
We arrived at our hotel, the newly opened Best Western at Deflandlaan. Our relatives had already arrived and were happy with the accommodation we had chosen. The hotel was still being completed with rooms not fully decorated and work still being done in the reception area. The rooms were still of a high standard, spacious with everything you could ask except no mini bar to keep our milk cold. The staff were struggling to sort out the rooms as some were either not completed or ...
... free WIFI' to stay, eat or drink and 'what's the WIFI password?' is part of your daily vocabulary. 4. You will only purchase new clothes or shoes when you are ABSOLUTELY desperate (like falling apart!)...however you have no worries in spending your days budget on a pub crawl or alcohol! 5. You do the 'sniff test' to check if your clothes are clean enough to wear and basically have worn the same 5 shirts and shorts for the last 6 months. ...
... a couple of hours wandering the narrow streets. We are now on the way to The Hague where we have a couple of days to settle into our new apartment before Anna starts at the International Criminal Court. We are slowly getting over our jet lag, which has been surprisingly mild considering the time difference and the fact that we have gone from one place where it was getting dark at 5:00pm and a day later found ourselves in a place where the sun doesn't set until ...
... door leads to the Begijnhof, a
courtyard garden with historic churches surrounded by small houses built in the
14th century for the Beguines, a Catholic order of unmarried or
widowed women. Onto the Civil Guard Gallery, a free portion of the Amsterdam museum,
a hallway of art pieces including Rembrandts ‘The Nights Watch’ until I found a
phone shop in a main shopping street and got in touch with Sanne.
Sanne and I met