De Rijper Eilanden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Gogh family with the expectation that a museum be created to house these pieces. Very interesting that Van Gogh struggled to find paying customers while he waws alive; he started at a late age of 27, and was almost completely self taught. Of course, his mental state really hindered his business but probably opened up his art - he was only able to grant us his talents for 10 years prior to committing suicide - but again his art, style and ...
... the way to the front door of Schiphol (Amsterdam) Airport. While there we confirmed that they had plenty of bike boxes at the baggage store. Got chatting to an Italian guy who was just putting his bike together out front before heading out on a bicycle tour to Copenhagen. He had some packing material that he was jettisoning so we put it in a pannier Greg had on board. It will come in handy on ...
... be having a fat day or bad hair day in Amsterdam. So great when we arrived back at our hotel very wet by the down pour and wind swept to be greeted in reception by what would appear to be the most beautiful women in the world. Ian said he had died and gone to heaven and I just wanted to die. He was keen to pop down later on to see if they would be wearing swim wear!!!!! Ian and I are a little chicken to venture into a cafe which sells cannabis so we went into a shop ...
... your rucksack in a locker, which needs a key slot deposit of 1 or 2 euros. This is handy if you have a heavy rucksack and would like some reprieve from it for a while. That didn't apply to me today though - for a change! Overall, the museum promised a lot and delivered little. For a city museum, I was expecting it to be rich in information and history. I wanted more detail about how the early Amsterdammers lived, what their houses looked like, their traditions and ...
... our May 2012 Viking River Tour of Russia. They are from Toronto and live part of the year in Florida. The Kestens have been to Africa before and are anxious to return. Marianne and Mike Kaufman own a 'Bed & Breakfast' in the Hamptons of Long Island, New York. Part of the year, they are the Kesten’s neighbors in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
Rada and Kent Brooks will meet us in Arusha, Tanzania. They are friends from our 2012 trip to Egypt ...