Hotel du Passage
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... remains a seafarers port with hundreds of sailboats. Many interesting old buildings and a great waterfront to tour.
After spending an hour in Hoorn, our tour of Noord (North) Holland continued with a visit to the picturesque town of Edam. Famous for their creamy brand of cheese, Edam is visually everything you expect in Holland. Many canals and drawbridges. Great architecture and of course cheese. We purchased a ...
... t like that because it meant if we stayed here too long we'd have to do the long drive to Amsterdam all over again, so we moved on. We must have reached the top, because God was sat on the next landing, we must have climbed the stairway to heaven. He told us to drink lots of water and maybe try Starbucks next time. No way, even God was in on product placement these days, surprised he didn't tell us to grab a Coca Cola and buy some Nike trainers as well. Sunday March 22nd Went to ...
... conferences all around the world in relation to technology. Here are a few key points as to why:
- When searching with the key words: Technology & Education this relates to a variety of industries.
- When I came across this conference its key terms consisted of; technology, education, innovation, creativity, sustainability, computational thinking, problem solving, gamification and cloud. Interesting. All of my teacher ...
... 8216;Venice of the North’, a city with hundreds of tree-lined canals. Tonight, we'll have a delicious Dutch dinner with drinks served in a beautiful old restaurant, followed by a walk through the ‘Sailors' Quarters' (red light district). Our hotel is beside the harbour so we are very close to the cruise terminal. We have a lovely view over Amsterdam. It's a bit cloudy but no sign of rain. Happy birthday Kristy! Have a good ...
... by water, and it was a nice relaxing perspective from the glass topped boat.
Check out the photo of the guys delivering the piano to one of the houses. Aparently most of the older buildings had hooks built on top of their roofs so they can attach pullies to bring in furniture because their staircases are so narrow.
The weather so far has been great, a little chilly in the mornings and evenings, but blue skys and beautiful during the day.