Hilton Royal Parc Soestduinen
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We were all ready to bike out of the city today, but upon opening the curtains, we discovered that Fridays rain had set in two days early. It was miserable outside. Walking around we found a lovely Dutch cafe to visit and got a traditional omelette with some very strong cheese and tomato. It was delicious. We caught up on a few chapters of our books and watched a TV show back in the hostel during the heavier ...
On the day that we left Holland for the U.K we visited the Anne Frank house in the morning. It was a long wait but worth is as we sam her diaries and where she stayed during the 2 and a half long years that she hid in the 'Secret Annexe'. It was so sad seeing how she lived during the war. Unfortunately, despite there efforts, they were found by the SS in 1944. Anne Frank died 2 weeks before the camp was closed. The Anne Frank House was a good experience but I ...
Big driving day with a couple of stops on the way for Gummy bears and a clogs and cheese demonstration. Other than that today was a bus day.
After checking in we all got taken to one of the infamous coffee shops where weed was on the menu in many ways. 45 minute stop there and then we were all taken to a live sex show. It was not as exciting as it sounds. Although it was fun. I got chosen from the crowd ...
... go whenever they have the right-of-way (which seems to be always). It was quite warm and sunny out, so I strolled around and headed in the general direction of the large church spire. The road next to one canal was almost completely impassable, due to kamikaze cyclists, dancing three year old girls and a preponderance of sidewalk café chairs that were more like middle-of-the-road café chairs. It was great. I ducked into a bakkerij ...
... and in particular the red light
district where scantily clad ladies of the night could be seen
encouraging customers into their boudoirs. Prostitution is legal and
customers pay 65 euro for a session which cannot be more than eight
minutes. Very narrow streets and alleys and some seedy looking
people but mainly young people having a good time.
the tour we had a late dinner, wandered the streets a little more
then the ...