Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Heiloo
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... Wish we'd discovered that earlier, but I think my liver is probably glad I didn't! Plus we probably didn't want to sit and drink at home, no prospect at all of seeing anybody in clogs there (but we saw one yesterday, AMAZING!!) We sat and had our cheese, drank our beer, packed our bags, and when 10:30 rolled around we have Mum a buzz to check in on her (Maggie really) and see how they were, before heading off to bed. Day 5, and pretty much this time in Amsterdam, ...
... We got to our new place on the bus and at first we were excited but once we had a look around we were shattered! We're in Muslimville. And the is no "coffee shops" on anything cool. Ended up getting food from the supermarket for dinner and then catching the bus back into town. We had a pretty chilled night, just checked out a few coffee shops, got crepes and came ...
... and visited the Aalsmeer Flower Auction. (Yup, nothing like getting your kids excited about waking up at 5:00 am to see flowers!) Turns out we were all duly impressed by what we saw – a massive (like 400 football fields massive) warehouse with hundreds (thousands?) of carts and Segway-like vehicles moving a zillion flowers from place to place. I exaggerate not. They sell 12.4 billion flowers and plants each year. We will never look at a bunch of flowers at Safeway the same ...
... to the terminal means we are early. The luggage is quickly off and I was soon through the terminal. RAI provide visitors with free first class train tickets to the RAI, which is convenient, but I got off at Amsterdam Zuyid and took a no 5 tram to the hotel. I'm not quite certain why this hotel has been chosen. It's close to the Leidseplein, but that's not really close to anywhere else (apart from the Rijksmuseum). The hotel itself is ...
... around, so it was cool. This museum really made me feel close to Van Gogh and it really emphasized him as a person, which was nice. There were so many letters he wrote to his brother Theo and the movie we saw talked about how he didn't realize he wanted to be an artist until later in his life. My favorite part of the exhibit was seeing the beautiful painting of apple blossom flowers he made for the birth of his nephew. I also learned a ...