Grand Cafe Hotel Kruller
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of the 20th C and was one of the first people to recognise Vincent Van Gogh. Consequently she amassed, at 276 works, the second largest collection of his paintings and drawings, surpassed only by the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. So when I read that we had to go. In 1938 she donated her whole collection to the state, and had the museum built, within the national park. In 1953 the current modernist building was developed with floor to ceiling glass walls that enable you ...
Got up nice and early to say farewell to everybody on the trip. We checked out of the hotel and stored our bags in lockers at Centraal. Carla and I went to the Rijks Museum which is a beautiful building. We did not have enough time to do the collection justice. We looked at classical Rembrandt pictures as well as Japanese prints, model ships and ceramics. Caught a train to ...
... to Utrecht. Utrecht city is about 40 minutes south of Amsterdam and is a university town. The Utrecht Centraal station was a surprisingly busy place – I guess I just assumed that it was a small city – with hoards of people rushing in different directions. I had arrived a couple of hours ahead of our agreed meeting time, so I wandered around in the HUGE shopping centre which the train station transforms into as you come out. Eventually, ...
... women's urinal. Hahahaha, we had some good laughs. Before we knew it, it was 6p, we lost Kit's umbrella, Mom found shoes and a backpack, and we headed home. Kit made another fantastic dinner, we had some Dutch apple crumple desert, and went to bed!
Mindfulness Moment: The crowd in the train station is big, busy, and loud. People are speaking Dutch and English. We are parched and decide to buy some very tasty ...
... and Den Hagg/The Hague. Andrea led a comprehensive walking tour of Rotterdam which included some of its unique architecture from the Erasmus Bridge to cube houses to floating pavilions. Pete then led the palace tour of the Hague. We visited the Queen's current residential palaces; the Peace Palace which is the home the International Court of Justice and the former royal palace which is now the Escher Museum.