Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Auberge De Kieviet
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... explore a bit more of the city.
Lars's map reading skills were tested again as he navigated us through the more interesting parts of town, including an "accidental" detour through the red light district which he still protests was an honest error.
Because this is a wedding anniversary celebration holiday, and all of you will know how romantic we are ...
... eye opening one. We were forced to learn to utilise a completely different public transport network to get everywhere (which included guessing when it came to buying tickets on the ticket machines because the English translation still ended up being in Dutch) and get used to looking left and right about 6 times before crossing the road because of potential rogue cyclists. All in all a very enjoyable trip, looking forward to our next destination already! Till next time Ann & Jason ...
... We have been staying in apartment hotels all along our trip which have been nice and comfortable but this being an actual hotel....it feels like such a treat! On the Internet the photos of the hotel didn't look too impressive but it's so much different in reality. The room is huge and very nice and modern!
One of the things we were most excited about was that there are facecloths here! None of the other places have had ...
... but it is fair to say that people riding bikes seem to undergo some personality change and apart from using the bike to get from a to b, they also use it as an instrument of torture for pedestrians.
I did feel a little bit in awe of their skills however. They ride bikes with children on the front and back, pushing or pulling carts with kids, groceries, dogs etc., have musical instruments strapped to their backs, ...
... stood in the line for an hour and a half before finally entering the house. The tour was very interesting and well worth the wait. What a remarkable girl. The people who helped the family survive by bring food etc must have been incredibly brave. Such a sad ending with only Anne's father surviving. Close by was a lovely cafe where we had a delicious lunch of pastrami on rye bread with mustard and sauerkraut. We treated ourselves to Baileys hot ...