Fletcher Hotel Restaurant De Witte Raaf
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... minds took us over to have a look! I saw the most ridiculous public toilet, taking 'public' to a whole completely new level, there, and I also saw Dad go all penguin yet again for the raw fish stand. That was Mum's first experience seeing that look of joy sweep over his face since she's been here, as he guzzled down the fish, pickle and raw onions. I think she wanted to reconsider sharing a bed with him. Who wouldn't. There was traditional Dutch singing at the festival, and it ...
... Then, when it was published in the Netherlands, people were so moved they were coming to the hiding place to visit. The building had been abandoned for years and was about to be torn down - Otter Frank (her father) had the building purchased and created the museum and foundation for tolerance of all religions/races/people. One part that he insisted was that the rooms that they lived in for 2 years remained empty just like the Nazi's left it - ...
... can smoke in public and even ask a cop to help you roll one, but most articles on the internet say smoking is just ok in "coffee shops" (which gets confusing when actually looking for coffee). The government's objective with lenient drug laws is to keep drugs off the street. For hard drugs, they have a system in place where they'll give them to you. There used to be junkies all over the red light and Chinatown districts and it was a seedy, dangerous part of town. ...
... morning we went to the Anne Frank House but the line was to the end of the block so we booked tickets online and went later that night. Instead we did a spot of shopping (marks shopping for the year) and found some markets where we tried traditional 'frites' (chunky fries with mayonnaise) and 'Stroopwaffles' (two thin waffles stuck together with syrup). Both were ...
... facade in the world at only 1m wide, (http://www.holland.com/global/tourism/ cities-in-holland/amsterdam/amsterdam-s ecrets/the-narrowest-house-in-amsterdam .htm) apparently this is the back entrance and actually the front widens out making it not the narrowest house. From here we continued our narrowest theme and walked to the Trompettersteeg which is the narrowest street, at only 100cm wide, the tourist warnings on the internet tell you its busy as its popular with guides ...