Hampshire Hotel - Newport Huizen
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... Vincent Van Gogh.
I made it back right around the time that Elizabeth was getting home from work and although we were both feeling tired from the day, we were looking forward to meeting some of her friends at a local bar in a few hours. I was shocked to look out the window and see heavy snow falling down after such a relatively warm, sunny day, but it sure was beautiful as it covered the streets and picturesque buildings that ...
Dear Moira; my "zusje",
I miss you. Your premature departure has left a hole in my heart, and I am not alone in saying this. You and I always had a close connection; we shared just about everything with one another. You were my confidant. Although I may not always have come across with acceptance of your comments I want you to know that I always listened to your advice. I learned a lot from you and I always looked up to you; even though I was taller than you ...
... for our planned museum visits on the following day.
Mandy has always wanted to see more of Van Gogh's works and this aspiration was fulfilled in abundance when we visited the Van Gogh Museum which had over 200 of the eponymous artist’s paintings on display. The exhibition took visitors on a chronological tour of his works and it was interesting to see how the artist’s style evolved before he reached what many experts consider to be the ...
... chapel that had been established in the attic of an old 17th century house.
We then caught a train to Harlem where we had the immense privilege of participating in a tour of the Ten Boom House. It was incredibly powerful to walk through the house that had only decades earlier, housed Jewish fugitives, orphans and anyone else needing advice, comfort, food or protection both before and during the second world war. The ...
... have to buy crackers to eat with it. I bought a cheese knife for Wayne to have at lunch when he has cheese and crackers. We went to a Dutch Shoe (wooden) factory which was in the back of the Cheese Factory. Robert volunteered to chisel out a shoe. (He will volunteer for anything.) They gave him a wooden shoe for his efforts. We arrived back on the ship just in time for dinner. Priscilla & Chris were already there. We ...