Hampshire Hotel - Jan Van Scorel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... It was a desolate place currently as summer was yet to arrive. The beach facilities were well established with bars and children's play areas all set up, just waiting for the warmer season to arrive.
I enjoyed my last day in Amsterdam the most. I had nothing in particular to rush to so I slept in (until 7am), and escaped my claustrophobic hotel room. I walked along the canals, the narrow ...
... pretty cold earlier in the day but we were actually feeling better than fine walking around in the fresh, crisp Amsterdam air. The pub was narrow, crowded, dimly lit, covered in eccentric Irish decor and there was an American hippy in a floppy hat singing some tunes to entertain the room. After we ponied up to the bar and both decided on Leffe Blondes to start off the evening, a rude old man told Elizabeth she was sitting in his ...
... effort. The Hams were at ground level. For those that do not know, Amsterdam was the home of painter Vincent Van Gogh who throughout his life only ever sold one painting he committed suicide at a very young age and died penniless. Today his paintings sell for millions of dollars – if only ….. Amsterdam was also the birthplace of the "Stock Exchange"
The first night we were meant to catch up with the ...
... experience. You remained in a line walking through the house and museum. Even though there was a lot of people, there was a somber silence, even amongst the children. You could feel that it was a place of fear and sadness. You weren't allowed to take pictures but that that was probably a good thing as nothing detracted you from the reality of the building. No furniture remains in the hidden annexe. It was taken away by the Nazis when they ...
MONDAY, APRIL 28, 2014 - FIRST DAY
Wayne & I were up at 7:00, having packed the day before, ready by 8:15 and picked up by the Lords at 9:30. We checked in and went through security with no problems. Great start! Before today, Robert had checked on the three Delta flights to Amsterdam and concluded that there was no way we would be able to fly Economy or 1st class, so decided we should fly to Detroit to catch one of their 3 flights tonight. ...