Hampshire Hotel - 108 Meerdervoort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... We visited the Weigh-House Museum where I was weighed to establish if I was a witch. I am now the proud bearer of a certificate which says I am too heavy to be a witch. Matthew and Hilde were also ascertained to be witch free. However Anne was less willing to be tested. We had lunch in the town square. In the evening we all went to have tea with Hilde's parents. Franz and Paula ...
We were staying at the Golden Tulip Inn. Under renovation, it was a bit messy. We got a big suite with kitchen, lounge, bedroom, bathroom with a bath, and separate toilet. The building was old but the room was updated and furnished with IKEA. Generally the hotel was quite neglected. But the reception, bar, restaurant were quite modern. Eventually they will have it all up to the same standard we would expect. We had breakfast on the first morning there. It was the worst ...
It is our last day in Amsterdam and we have decided that we will be like all the 'Amsterdamites' and explore the city by bike. We spent the whole day riding around and exploring the parts of the city we did not see by foot. We started from our hotel and navigated the many trams, pedestrians and bicycles in order to make our way to the central station. From there we made our way to ...
Day 1 Flew in quick trip into the city on the 127 bus, arriving at the famous 'Tommy'. Found the shopping street pretty quickly and delicious sandwiches at Coza. Out for just the best Mexican that night at.... Also tried not to get killed by the bikes. This is the hierarchy: Bikes, Buses, People, Cars. Day 2 Played chicken with the rain and waited for it to pass, visited Kev's office and stocked up for the best ...
... views of the city.
The next stop was at the Hague, the Parliament City of the Netherlands. We parked and began exploring the city. We first came to the Working palace of Willem Alexander. Jan couldn't resist some ice creams, and we took a walk through the main Shopping Street in the city. We sampled some Stroop Waffles here, another tasty Dutch treat. Basically dry waffles with a tasty caramel filling. Next, a guided tour of ...