Grand Cafe Hotel Kruller
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... times per week via bike as opposed to one large trip via the car. Also, all new developments must include bicycle parking. The most recent example was the new transit center which has thousands, yes, thousands of places for bicycles to park. Lastly, they make decisions in favor of cyclists with new designs.
The next stop on our trip was Basisschool de Spits, a primary school. I can ...
... for Kings Day. We the went to see Dora's house and met a couple of mums friends. Then off to view the Loch it fits the enormous barges that travel down the Rhine. Alf had his photo opportunity of sticking his finger In The dyke but I don't think he would be able to stop the flow. Antoinette took us back to her house to meet her boys and Andre where we had Kaas Frits and croquette and Alf drank many beers. A day that certainly left a smile on our ...
Tuesday after cycling Adia to school we went into Amsterdam so I could submit my fingerprints to Dutch immigration, and so Anabel could stop by the US Consulate. We also stopped by a few good food places she wanted to show me, drinking hot wine (yes, that's a thing) and eating croquettes.
Wednesday I had to register with the city of Almere but lo and behold, I now have a residency number! We also took Adia to a trampoline ...
... 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 ...
... tower, which we ascended, is now separate from the cathedral proper as a hurricane destroyed the nave in the seventeenth century. This was the first time we'd climbed a bell tower with a tour guide (the only way one was allowed to go up), but it was a good experience (I certainly asked the most questions of anyone there).
For lunch, we stopped at the pancake house Ben remembers from his time living in the city -- the pancakes were definitely good and worth returning for.