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... this massive building is located right near the airport, shipments can arrive in New York the following morning.
Then we went to an historic garden run by volunteers. There was an auction room with a clock that was used pre-computers. Our local expert showed us old clay pots made by hand and various garden tools that were used in the nineteenth century. In the green ...
... the bunnies (one last time!), before eating my pizza like a zombie and crashing. When the job is done, exhaustion comes a-knockin'.
Saturday was a non-stop blur of shopping and party preparations, cleaning the house, packing and crossing off various to-do items on my endless lists. I managed to squeeze in watching the last bit of the F1 qualifying before cooking a lasagna and getting dressed for my party. A ...
... extremely hard at improving his painting but he wouldn't take lessons, preferring instead to teach himself. He was desperate to develop his own unique style that would give him the fame and with it, money, which he so desperately needed. So poor was Vincent that he frequently painted over existing paintings, sometimes up to four times, because he couldn't afford new canvas. He even turned paintings over and painted on the back. X rays have ...
We took a tour bus that took us out of the city to touristy fishing villages and ones with working windmills. Windmills were iconic for Holland for hundreds of years but today they are being replaced by modern ones. The old windmills were used for energy and grinding. They ground wheat and spices brought in from colonies like those in the Caribbean and far east, in particular, Indonesia. They also ...
... it was a ton of fun. Instead of taking a bike tour around the city and doing something we could do on our own, we decided on the countryside tour...4 hours of biking. While not in my best shape and not very good at riding bikes, I was a little worried how long it was and the uphill biking we'd have to do, but it was so worth it. Our tour guide was originally from South Africa and spoke great English and was hilarious. We started out on a bridge and learned why a lot of buildings ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Leiden
perfect hotel for kids. dinner was expensive though.
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