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 ...
... market. Here I tried a typical Dutch snack of raw Herring and onion. Continued on to Haarlem which had a lot of cute shops. There was a town square with an ornate church where we saw a wedding. Went back to Bussum for dinner with Carla's Dutch relatives Carla and ...
... years). I would have said she was early fifties. She was 74! Next came the tasting - oh la la! The smoked cheese and the Gouda with red pepper were my favourites. Being a fishing village meant that our next stop was lunch at one of the fish cafés. I had a shrimp salad roll (€6.70) but I regret now that I didn't try the herring option. I sat with the Argentinian woman and her husband who had just spent 3 days in Paris and were heading ...
... to Utrecht for a home cooked meal at Raldi's house. It was fun that night having such a wide range of backgrounds for conversations, with people from Australia, the US, Germany, and the Netherlands. We were also very grateful not just for the food but also the wide variety of Belgian beers, wines, and spirits for the evening. After 2 months on our own we were truly spoiled! The next day we started off in Utrecht, and on the advice of Marianne we rented bikes ...
... we had, for whatever reason, only booked in for one night at the hostel and so we decided we would move on to Amsterdam the next day.
Still keen to make the most of the evening, we found ourselves a nice little cocktail bar full of comfy sofas where we made ourselves at home, spending the evening attempting to grin and bear the really potent and expensive cosmopolitan we had ordered. We did have a really nice relaxed evening in the end which ...