Het Wapen van Harmelen
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... It was really busy with bikes, people and trams everywhere.
From there we headed up the main shopping street, I purchased myself a nice blue dress shirt for cheap and both Dina and I had ourselves a hot waffle each which was spectacular. From there we headed into Rembrandtplein for a walk around. The rest of the day was spent walking through the various canals and finding amazing spots for pictures which we had not done too much of ...
... to sleep. I loved the peace and quiet the city offered then. The canals around my hotel was a picture of serenity. It was almost magical.
I visited a few museums today, including the Van Gogh museum. You know, the crazy artist guy who cut off a piece of his ear? The gallery had a very complete collection of his life's works and over 800 or so of letters he'd written. It was fascinating stuff! He'd only found ...
... of potato, beans, sauces and some other items for you to put into your plate. Dessert of an apple and pear tart followed and we were all then rolling out the door onto our canal tour which was back in at the city. the canal ride was beautiful. We went past Anne Frank's house, the church, the house boats, government buildings and museums. It was stunning. We were on the boat for about an hour. We then went out on the town with Ellie who ...
... style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">Today, is the day I will start my journey. It was hard to say goodbye to everyone, harder than I expected it would be. I'll miss you! Via this blog I’ll try to keep you up to date, so hopefully for you, it will feel like I’m still close to home and you won’t miss me that much ;). I'm looking forward to reading your comments! Take ...
... the feeling of having stepped back into the 17th and 18th centuries. As tempting as it is to think of this area as an open-air museum, it is in fact a colorful living and working neighborhood. Stroll around this wonderful area to take photos or purchase a memento at one of the many souvenir shops. We'll also watch a demonstration on the making of traditional wooden shoes (clogs). These look like ...