De Witte Raaf Silencehotel
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The past two weeks has been a great experience going thru the Rhine and the Moselle Rivers. Getting to know a bit of the history of this part of the world, from Switzerland, France, Germany, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands by walking thru its cities and towns. We visited nature formations, mountains, rivers, cities and small towns. How its people conquered a rough river ...
... around the museum strip from the Van Gogh to the national Dutch museum which I can't pronounce and the museum of contemporary art which I also can't pronounce. I didn't go in either as the lines were kinda long and they aren't cheap (€15 or so) but I did take some from outside. The national museum especially had a nice open garden with sculpture and a little cafe which I walked around in. After that I walked to the Anne Frank house which took about 20 minutes ...
... as a whole is worth the visit.
After a very filling lunch, we spent the rest of the afternoon taking a walk recommended by our guidebook, looking at roof gables and seventeenth-century facades. There's little to describe here. It was simply pleasant and enjoyable.
... to get nervous about not making my self-imposed deadline. After I scanned it once more and hit publish, I got ready and we were in a cab and on our way to the restaurant to meet Victoria's mate from work just about five minutes after we agreed. Late by some standards, but not mine. We walked up to see Andrea waiting for us at a table outside and after introductions were made, we ordered a pitcher of sangria and continued getting ...
... it manages to be imposing and humble, stark and sumptuous, imposing and intimate-all at the same time. Benjamin Netanyahu called it the most beautiful synagogue in the world.
Lunch at a popular cafe called Winkle is unremarkable, except for the Dutch Apple Pie with whipped cream that our bench mates assure us is the best in the Netherlands. As we walk back to the hotel, we notice that the streets are becoming more crowded, shops are closing, people are walking around with ...