Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Heiloo
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... some point recovery was sadly not meant to be. Tons of great pictures were posted, I learned about her new job with Alpitur (having been sacked after a mere lifetime with NH) and saw how Moira refused to give into her illness by living life to the fullest. She did well and I admire her for how she handled everything that she had on her plate. Sadly I did not have a chance to see her before her vacation in Florida this summer. And after I saw Adrie's travel blog, with ...
... As you walked through the old Amsterdam apartment and secret hideout where Anne Frank and her family spent two years of their lives during the German occupation of Holland (until being found and taken to a concentration camp), each room was carefully preserved and told a different part of her story. Excerpts from her diary were posted on the walls and short video clips throughout the building helped to explain what happened. People walked through each room quietly ...
Today was all about the water. Quite appropriate considering we are in the Netherlands. The Dutch have a saying: "God created the world, but the Dutch created Holland."
We started out the day at the Scheepvaartmuseum (The Maritime Museum). The Maritime Museum is in an old Naval warehouse built in 1656 on the waterfront. It is a large, beautiful white building. While the museum tends to target younger audiences a lot, there was a lot of interest exhibits and information. There was ...
... We then had a nice meal and took a leisurely stroll down the Prinsengracht canal to the Anne Frank House. You all know the story, but seeing the actual house brings her story to life. The museum has changed dramatically for the better in the forty years since I last saw it. Today we had a beautiful train ride one hour north to Enkhuizen where we visited a delightful outdoor village called Zuiderzee. It charmingly depicts country life before ...
... to hang about in this area, not only as it contains such beautiful scenery and buildings but the main thing is you get away from the tourists and get to be amongst the locals a bit. The rain didn't ease so a quick tram ride and we were back to the hotel. Just another note, we noticed when we arrived in Amsterdam several people wandering around in orange and as the day progressed there was more orange and more orange, and much more police ...