De Rijper Eilanden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... skipper to take us into smaller canals and under very low bridges--at times one had to duck, even though common sense said he would have warned us if we really had needed to lie low. We saw some places from the water that we had previously seen from land, and other totally new places, as well as getting lots of historical commentary from our skipper. All the passengers just happened to be from the States, so he was able to stick to one language. We found another St. ...
... light weight double and a great row from them saw another gold. The womens quad was next but after the light weight doubles race the race committee decided to change the lane allocation. NZ were originally in lane five for the quad but the fastest qualifiers were now allocated lane one, the second fastest lane two and so on. This meant NZ were reallocated to lane five. The results of the quad race were very much as ...
... of hope and innocence during the most tragic period of modern history. "Look at how a single candle can both defy and define the darkness" -Anne Frank We finished our time in Amsterdam at the most touristy place (other than the RLD)-Museumplein. The I Amsterdam sign is here with people climbing all over it to take ridiculous pictures. We conformed and took some of our own. Then it was off to the train station to begin our journey to ...
... sharing with on our roll call about the cruise. We have made sightseeing tour arrangements with some during the trip. When we went to our dinner table for 9 we were seated with the couple we are sharing a cab with at the end of the cruise. There is also a couple from Houston at our table . The other 2 chairs have yet to be occupied. We had prime rib and Susan had pasta. The welcome aboard show was not until after 10 o'clock so skipped going. I am not sleeping well.
... we wind around the canals it became a tad obvious that the tourists were decked head to toe in oranje however many locals only had the odd item of clothing on. Many dogs are decorated in their orange for the festival occasion too. Out in the parks locals had marked out their stall area in chalk and were selling their old junk, food and even 'compliments for €0.50'. Others were lining the bridges and canals watching the boats pass ...