Holiday Inn Leiden
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perfect hotel for kids. dinner was expensive though.
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... to our new home in Wassenaar.
We helped to prepare our dinner of Stump, in part to help celebrate the defeat of the Spanish in 1500s. When the Spanish retreated all there was left to eat were carrots and potatoes. We supplemented our dinner with beef and wine. And in part because it is a delicious Dutch tradition.
Two of our number went off to sleep at Henriette and Henk's place near by. A perfect first day in the capital ...
... size it was a bit quieter than some of the other hotels on the Strip. The worse hotel room was probably the Ranch in Death Valley…that one was very small. The cabin just outside Yosemite was also not fantastic. Luckily we only had one night in both these hotels so it wasn't a problem.
Overall the Americans were very friendly and helpful, although they do like to point out to you if you make a mistake (in the traffic ...
... of her diary are all displayed and it is just another reminder of how tragic the holocaust was.
After leaving Anne Frank House we had dinner at a restaurant called Moeder's (there is supposed to be a umlaut over the o and it would be pronounced Mooders). This translates to Mother's and is traditional Dutch cooking. Robyn found out about it through her research and ...
... get into the Anne Frank museum was the longest we had waited in all trip. This particular line was cold. The buildings were shading us from what little sun was out, and the wind was assisting in welcoming the goosebumps appearing under our warm clothes. Des (a coffee connoisseur) and I headed to get coffee while the others huddled in line. Once we were inside the museum we walked our way quietly through this fascinating piece of history. It really highlighted ...
... It was a cool tour, especially for a brewery. You could get your own label on a Heineken bottle, they had a simulator room where you were turned into a beer, we got to try a free beer right from the tap, it was great fun! After our tour there we got a free ticket to catch the Heineken boat down the canal back to the city centre, Dam. There were a couple of funny guys on the boat from Israel, they reminded me of the israel version of Hamish and ...