Hotel Des Indes, a Luxury Collection Hotel
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... buy the multiple ticket from the tourist information office and visit the New Church and Vermeer centre today and the Old Church and Prinsenhof centre on Thursday, our last day. The Vermeer centre was of more interest to me than to Mike but he was happy enough to look around. Vermeer was only 43 when he died but had fathered fifteen children in those years (still found time to paint!). He favoured primary colours and seemed to be obsesssed ...
... my bra though. I need all the help I can get.
We searched for the best apply pie place in Adam that Ester told us about but I had left her directions at home. We settled on Irish coffee to warm us from the inside. As I saw the 2 nips of whiskey go in I advised Harley I would be taking one for the team as I thought Don may be a bit disturbed if I brought him back reaking of whiskey by lunch time...it did warm us up though!
... br> I'll be working on the Zuiderdam (Holland America Line) and this trip will take 2 weeks after which I'll either continue on on this ship or fly out towards another vessle from Holland America Line, but that I'll hear in the next week.
Getting my uniform ready to go and packing up my photography equipment and the countdown begins! ^^
This will be one hell of an experience and I really can't wait to start! :D ...
... the area we were in the night before). It was an odd place to say the least, and well, we were pretty glad we weren't around there the night before. We made our way to the train and settled in to catch up on some sleep. A few hours later we were back in Brussels and headed off to our new hostel. We were starving and the city seemed oddly desolate for a Saturday afternoon, so we popped in to Pizza Hut to grab a quick meal. We got to ...
... silence, Anne wrote her famous diary along with short stories and the beginning of her novel about being in captivity, "The Secret Annex". Somehow, the family was betrayed and all 8 people in hiding along with 2 of the helpers were arrested. The Jewish were moved to concentration camps. Only Otto survived. After Anne's sister Margot died in the camp, Anne lost hope and died herself, only one month before the liberation. When ...