Hotel 83 Amsterdam
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... 2.2%, Surinamese 2%, Moroccan 2%, Caribbean 0.8%, other 4.8% (2008 est.)
National Language(s): Dutch
Religion(s) practiced (% practiced): Roman Catholic 28%, Protestant 19% (includes Dutch Reformed 9%, Protestant Church of The Netherlands, 7%, Calvinist 3%), other 11% (includes about 5% Muslim and lesser numbers of Hindu, Buddhist, Jehovah's Witness, and Orthodox), none 42%
Traditional Cuisine Descriptions: potatoes, vegetables, soups, meat and fish ...
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Gone is the backbone of Green Soldiers, the one project you felt completely committed to and was part of for longer than any job in the years I've know you. Together with Nishar, you son, cleaning up Swayambhu every Saturday morning! I managed to join only once, but we talked about it a lot and I knew you were in it with your ...
... Shellac temperature changing nail polish removed and French painted on. The lady doing my nails was fascinated with the nail polish changing from purple to pink. She told me she felt sad removing the polish and was keen to ask her shellac rep. for temperature changing polish. The beautician asked if flights to Amsterdam from Australia had become cheap because she had noticed an increase in Australian tourist. She said she would like to see Australia but ...
... where we enjoyed ourselves before we continued on to our next of six castles. It might also be interesting to note that a hospital wing was established on the property during the first world war by the castle’s doctor who offered his services. The hospital he personally funded was to be the recovery and aid centre for thousands of soldiers who fought in the great war.
It was about lunch time, but we figured that we would at least hit one more château before ...
... also a room where some of Rembrandt’s early works were exhibited; this was much less crowded and we were able to appreciate the artist’s intricate brushwork.
After spending so much time in museums we decided to see the city from its canals and took one of the many canal cruises that were on offer. This was a great introduction to the canal area of the city. The canal cruise gave us the opportunity to view the many house boats up close and get ...