Fletcher Hotel-Resort Spaarnwoude
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Our last day in Paris began with a walk down the Champs after a quick breakfast. We were intent on visiting the Grand Palais. Many of the museums in Paris are closed on Mondays but the Palais was open. After finding another ridiculously long queue we left and walked toward the Hotel Des Invalides across the Seine. As we walked Kamal and I realized we hadn't taken a river cruise. We found a 1 hour tour and walked down to Pont Neuf (the northern most tip of ...
... the bottom floor contained actual pages from Anne's diary. After a quick lunch, we visited the special Matisse exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum. It was amazing to see the progression of his work and the culmination of it on the top floor, where his most famous works were reunited into one gigantic room. This was the first time three of the pieces of artwork had been reunited since they were in Matisse's bedroom. It was very cool to experience this, especially with Sydney ...
... and Wok took a photo of the church tower, as in her diary she frequently mentions the ringing of the bells in the nearby church. We think we'll try and go to a service there on Sunday. We were also looking for a Tourist Info place which the map indicated was nearby, but it lied, and ultimately we had to go back to the Station, where we'd been with the girls earlier. On one of our trips home yesterday we had ...
... up to AJAX Bike Rental, I could hear the excitable Greek man arguing with another loud, mouthy man, so I decided to lock her up and go for a walk through the Albert Cuyp Market, which was just one street over from the bike place. The street market was full of clothes, accessories, souvenirs, flowers and all different kinds of food. Cheese stands, fish markets, fresh produce, all kinds of meat and fish, an antipasta bar and assorted nuts lined the sides of ...
... We headed down Zeedijk and found a nice gay bar called the queens head which I had done some research on. it was Bingo Night and this was being run by a very funny Dutch drag queen who sang some songs and provided a lot of fun entertainment. It was really enjoyable. We didn't come up winners in the bingo but we did have a great time and left around 12 to find another bar but we couldn't find much decent that was open. So we headed back to the apartment and for a good nights ...