De Rijper Eilanden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 8230;only just making it in time. Everything so efficient, do you spot a wrongly priced product at the supermarket (Jumbo people!), tell the manager and you get the product for free, happened to me! Everything so quick, I step into the elevator to get to the 22nd floor of my work office in a few seconds, the bus makes it to Central Station in less than 15minutes.Everthing so expensive, no more tea time for a few rupees, Haku has his own train ticket (3 euro each ...
... tahfel" and means, "rice table." Several Indonesian dishes of meats and vegetables (several meaning about 9!) and plates of both white and yellow rice were brought to the tables and placed on raised grids with warming candles beneath them. The smells were enticing, but the meal did not begin until they (finally!) brought out our plates! It was delicious, and the gradual filling of the table, and then of our plates, provided a great opportunity to start to get to know ...
Up early again and off to Central Amsterdam to catch the Van Gogh museum before heading off to the rowing course. It was great to see some of those paintings as originals that we normally see in print, e.g. the sun flower series and the self portraits plus other well known works. The museum was also very good at giving us information on his painting style or should I say styles and how he composed his paintings and learnt the argument over time. At one point he was ...
... I found a place to park the bike and walked to Dam Square, which features the nearly Royal Palace, a Madame Tussaud's, some people dressed up as the Grim Reaper, and tour operators vying for business. I was thinking of doing the not-so-free tour, but the tour guide actively approached me and seemed a bit pushy so I said no and decided to do a self guided tour. I visited Beginhof which is a 14-century convent that features a number of historic ...
... hone worlds. All the churches and the hidden churches, and some interesting information about Rembrant, we also saw his house. After the tour we jumped on the metro to get to a main bus station and get our tickets for tomorrow's trip to Brussels. Don and I then headed out for a night on the town. It was lovely, everyone is so friendly and helpful. Found our way home easily! Bed and up ready for our 10 am trip on the ...