Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Auberge De Kieviet
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Dutch. Is divided into sections, with one whole level dedicated to the golden era of the Netherlands, the 1600's. Here there are many paintings by the Dutch masters, including the imposing The Night Watch by Rembrandt. There are just too many to give each one full attention, but most impressive. Also have plenty of other items from that period including furniture, weapons, glassware, Delft pottery and lots else. Another floor is dedicated to 1700-1900 and another ...
... at the end. Adrian was very happy to have dutch kroketten for lunch, a snack he fondly remembers from his childhood visits to Holland. They had a giant playground for the children - it was built with big steel slides and ropes. Miss Indy Pendent decided after playing on the playground that she didn't want to wear shoes. The weather was ok so we chose to allow it, it wasn't worth stopping every couple of minutes to put her shoes back on! I admit I kept ...
... of food and now we really do not need lunch. We went on a bus tour of the city of Amsterdam which gave us lots of history. I only wish I could remember all of it, but it was really interesting at the time. Back to the boat for lunch. (I thought I said we do not need lunch.) It also was a nice spread, but we chose to eat the smaller feast in the lounge instead. Very good and we didn't feel stuffed. We boarded ...
... it, you dont even have to go to the Heineken brewery or the Anne Franks house. I didnt and I didnt feel like I missed out.
I am a sucker for architecture, weird facts and art history however. And taking the canal cruises (though kinda pricey, but worth it since I cant walk for too long) was great coz I got to be on the water, and listen to a tour guide point out random funny fact about streets and houses and designs and how things were done back in the day.
... wandered back down a main fancy shopping alley that I saw all the pretty shoes in yesterday. And after much searching and deciding I bought some new 'kicks'. (Is that what kids are calling them now?) I wore them tonight out and they are super cool and I like them.
I also fulfilled my first mission of going to Europe: eat cheese! I didn't buy any because I can't eat an entire wheel of gouda in a day, try as I may, but I had lots of samples - ...