Hotel De Tabaksplant
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- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Business Services
- Meal plan
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... but Til is able to give them heaps of information because she has already done it - it was very interesting.
Then Til drove us to our B&B in Amersfoote and the lady there was lovely giving us lot of information and carrying bags up the 2 flights of stairs - I left mine downstairs, as we are really just staying here for the night and are off to Amsterdam in the morning. Til then went back to her mothers place and she is returning to NZ tomorrow.
... the classic masterpieces, but there are some less well known works that I loved too. It is humbling to stand in front of a picture so familiar, and be able to see the brush-strokes. His layering of paint was often wet on wet, so the colours mixed on the canvas, rather than the palette. I love the contours of his paintings, the way the corn sheaths curl and the birds fly.
There was a lot of correspondence too; old letters and messages, written in a variety ...
... to Brussels passed quickly, it was just under an hour. We stopped here for a half an hour or so before our next train to Amsterdam. Just enough time for me and mum to looked round the shops. It almost felt like we were at duty free, thankfully we remembered we weren't. There is definitely no room in our cases for more shopping! The Thalys took us back to amsterdam at record speed. We put our cases in lockers as we only had a short time before ...
... perhaps having a map helped!
Chilled out in our room and watched some BB and dozed before downing some vodka and heading out to check out the pride street parties. They were going off but not very gay - lots of girls dancing around their handbags. Later went to a club called the warehouse. Danced for an hour or so but it was pretty tame so headed back to the ...
... Amy bought a book at the end of the tour, the book is written by Miep Gies and is called Anne Frank Remembered. Miep was one of the people that helped hide Anne Franks family during the war. It is people like Miep who to me are the real heroes, putting their lives at risk to help others. It was pouring rain as we were leaving the Anne Frank Huis so we found another bar and settled in for a beer which takes me back to my thoughts on Jordaan. It ...