Grand Cafe Hotel de Bourgondier
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... reversing barges, approaching barges and every other kind of barge! As we approached the city Simon handed the wheel to Eileen so he had a chance to photograph some of the awesome buildings and bridges next to the river. John took the wheel for the approach to the city marina whilst water taxi and speedy catamaran buses and yet more giant barges, he found our way in to the City Marina and berthed near ...
... in order to get a better idea of the time. Most of the art is Dutch but there is a smattering of Monet and Courbet etc. The busiest rooms were those devoted to Rembrandt and Vermeer.
Outside we wanted lunch but to our surprise the nearby proper restaurants were closed at lunchtime and only open for dinner. We walked for ages until we finally gave up and went in a bar which did wine and bar food. On the way back we walked ...
... stuff and wiped out half the town. We spent a pleasant hour or so wandering around the square and narrow back streets. On a bright day it would be a photographer's paradise. We pulled into The Hague about 12:30pm and had our takeaway bread-roll lunch in the city square. Upon checking Google maps for the hotel we discovered we were sitting in its shadow so to speak. The hotel, a Mercure four star, cost us less than the ...
... a 1 1/2 hour walking tour to view the windmills and go inside a working mill. Wonderful tour guide, Eta, who volunteers as tour guide in her spare time. Any tips that she receives as a guide are donated back to the windmills for upkeep and maintenance. We departed at 11:30 to travel to Rotterdam where we will join the Rhine River. Up until now we have been travelling from Amsterdam down the North Sea ...
... also known for the delft blue pottery you see coming from holland. So while he took a exam we shopped and walked around the city some. It was very cute. All the canals that ran though the city were full of Lilly pads and ducks making nests. Lauren and I bough some boots and sweaters on sale. We were not prepared for the cold weather and they all kept telling us London would be ...
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