Golden Tulip Leiden Centre
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Our first day in Holland! To start off our day, we visited the Lely factory. Lely is a company that builds farm equipment, from field attachments to robotic dairy equipment. The Lely company was started by two brothers, one of whom was a architectural engineer who developed the dyke system that was responsible for reclaiming half of the country …
... the fine weather. We wandered through the Binnenhof- the Dutch parliament and over to the Escher Museum. We had fun having our photo taken in the crazy house with the optical illusion.
Both museum's are housed in old palaces, the latter one recently the winter home of the royal family. We have been good and appreciative transit users thanks in part to Magda's presto cards and Nancy's leadership. So we took the train from ...
... suites, others just had the two beds in. The best hotel was the Cliffrose Lodge in Zion…it was a beautiful hotel with lovely gardens, a nice pool and a beautiful view. The room at La Jolla was also great as it was actually more of an apartment than a room so we had lots of space as well as a lovely deck that looked out over the pool and the sea. The Mandalay Bay was the most expensive, but it was a good choice for Vegas as ...
... be. This is probably the finest horticultural display we have ever witnessed. Better that the great "North Cheam Crocus Fest" and makes Kew Gardens look like the back of Mitcham Eastfileds Station car park!!!. Bulbs in flower.....bulbs just peeking through.......scented Hyacinths......daffodils......tulips of every colour imaginable............WOW!!! .........seeing is believing.!! Even the most hardened Millwall fan could not fail to ...
We decided to go on a walking tour of Amsterdam as we had found the one in paris very helpful. It was interesting learning about the history if Amsterdam and how it has always been a progressive city. We went through the red light district and ended the tour near Anne frank's house, so there was quiet a range of topics covered. I didn't know that the people of ...