Hotel Hilversum - de Witte Bergen
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... to introduce herself to us – she was charming and engaged us in a lengthy conversation about our trip. When the all too brief flight was over – our flight attendant sent us along with a tray of chocolate truffles (LOVE) and extra Dutch Houses…it’s a thing KLM does. Collectibles, perhaps? Anyway…..I am SOLD on KLM.
I maybe slept 45 minutes, Christopher a little more than I. Why is it ...
... lot! So the Royal Palace...now thats what I call a palace, silly Frenchies don't know what they are doing. I know they had a revolution and all, but if the palace is no longer a palace, call it something else. The palace was actually the town hall until the early 1800's when Luis Bonaparte, (One of Napolean's relos) converted it to the Royal Palace. Many of the decorations inside are from that era. The displays were really good, and the audio ...
... heart attacks to unwary walkers. At a lunch time cafe break a waitress immediately picked Nev's Australian accent. When quizzed, she admitted that she had spent time in Australia. Although downtown Amsterdam looked incredibly busy and somewhat tacky, it was possible to find some quite spaces in the backstreets and along the canals. It is a very cosmopolitan city. There is something alluring about a Dutch woman flying towards you on a bicycle until she ...
... him before. I was struck with his conflicting feelings towards women, his striking woodcut works, and his mixture of wry humor with sensitive artwork. Check him out!
We left Van Gogh and merrily biked through Vondelpark. Expansive, beautiful, and with the fountains and misty air felt like we were transported to another time. Except for the barking dogs and kids smoking pot, of course.
Finally we explored We the most picturesque part of Lisbon, called the Alfama. Narrow winding streets, up and down hills, and outdoor ...