Hotel De Cantharel
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... however they have been shut for about 8 years. Found this unbelievable and our guide said its a cause of great shame for Amsterdam. Another surprise is how Kevin has not been cleaned up by a motor bike, car, tram or push bike. He crosses wherever, whenever and walks on the bike lanes etc. And then gets frustrated with me for always being behind! The bikes here have more rights than cars and do not tolerate pedestrians getting in the way.
... the freeway and not bother but we thought it would be unique and something different. It was a very very very short crossing but good just the same. We noticed that a lot of houses were flying the Dutch flag and we did wonder what it was all about . When we stopped for some lunch in a cafe we asked the owner what this was all about. It seems that it is a day of celebration in Holland today which I should have remembered really, because we celebrated this day when I was a ...
The final stop on this marvelous trip had to end of course in grand style and it fell upon the Dutch Versailles to complete the journey.
The first impression that rebounces from the royal walls is its symmetry. Built in Dutch Baroque style in the 17th century, it was designed by Jacob Roman and Johan van Swieten as a summer residence to the House of Orange - Nassau for stadtholder king William III ...
... welcomed us utmost respect. This club is working since 75 years (one of the oldest clubs of Holland and the oldest of Zeist City). Average age of members of the club is not less than 45 years. Where as, our club's (Rotary Club of Bidar New Century, RID 3160) average age is < 35 years. Our club is just 5 years old and is youngest club of Bidar town.
While having drinks in Figi Hotel Theater, where they meet every week, I learnt that ...
... that we could not stop to take a good picture. We stopped in Volendam for coffee. It was an important fishing village in the old days, but now is mostly a tourist town. Today was an important day because Holland was playing soccer against Japan in the World Cup. Holland won 1-0 so there was lots of celebrating going on. Everywhere you went were orange flags, people wearing orange shirts and painted faces wearing orange ...