Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Duinoord
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... it to, we were all very impressed with the accommodation: a separate bedroom for mom & dad, large bathroom with cabinets and shelves (I'm VERY happy about this), Jacuzzi bath, shower, a dining table and chairs, living room with two foldout couches, TV, and best of all, a private patio with table, chairs, deck chairs, and a hot tub! We all felt like we won the lottery. This would be the first place that we spent more than 6 nights, and my first plan was ...
... in the square there was a free tour through the red light district about to leave so we went on that. It was super interesting; we went through all the different levels of windows of prostitutes, went to a peep show (I didn't get to go in) and he talked lots about the history of prostitution and coffee shops. After the tour we went to a Vietnamese place in Chinatown which was alright but had very small portions. ...
... so I really enjoyed the experience. We were able to take pictures of everything except a few works of art that were part of someone’s “private collection” that had the no pictures symbol next to them. Besides the paintings and drawings, there were also other interesting items such as Van Gogh’s painting tools and his notebooks, and paintings from some of his colleagues who influenced him. Seeing these things, as well as being able ...
... you had to have. I was anticipating that the liberal attitude of the Dutch toward life was definitely going to be an eye opener for me... and right I was.
Before arriving in Amsterdam, we stopped off at Rembrandt Hoeve, a cheese and clogs factory on the outskirts of the city. A Dutch farmer, who looked remarkably similar to Neil Patrick Harris, greeted us. While his demonstration about the cheese-making process had the potential to ...
... of a novel experience for them than it was for me, because they seemed to have trouble coming to terms with the fact they were speaking to an Australian. They keeps suggesting I was lying and constantly asked to prove I was an Australian, which wasn't hard as I am Australian and obviously had a passport. But the one who turned 18 explained that they don't get tourists so it was hard for them to comprehend why or for them to even understand why I was there. I explained why and ...