Die Raeckse Hotel
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... store, V and D. On the 6th floor is a fairly inexpensive restaurant, and priceless views of the city. Armed with a glass of hot tea, an appelkoek, and 2 forks, we oriented ourselves to the Grote Kerk and located the roof of our hotel. It looked a ways away, yet was only a few minutes walk. We passed up an evening gelato, not just because of the appelkoek but also because we'd stopped for gelato before our midday rest. So far the only thing we feel the lack of is ice! ...
On a warm sunny Saturday 230 oranje clad expats climbed into five fairly teeny boats for four hours of canal cruising. At 11am we crack open our first beers on our orange boat from our well stocked chilly bin and take off. There are 34 of us standing around the edge of the boat balancing and hoping we don't fall victim to the dirty, rubbish filled canals. Marcelle, Jorrit, Lucy & Gabby are also on our boat.
We survived our police ...
... After lunch Bryan and I visited Van Gogh Museum while he was in his onesie, lots of people wondering why he is wearing his pj's! Back at the apartment a few of us were sitting around having a quiet drink and the quote of the day was made! Names will not be revealed but some of you will be able to guess who made the killer statement: Person1 ' don't you think the flowers ...
... being on the coach tour route
are Marken, Volendam, and Alkmaar. (this last a fake cheese
market just for the tourists but still great fun regardless)
Please, please get over to Holland in the
Netherlands for a couple of weeks sometime- it’s one of our favourite parts of
... The Nightwatch over the crowds' heads is one of those moments like one's first sight of the Venus de Milo or Michelangelo's David. Except that the Rembrandt really does GLOW. It's lovely.
What's even lovelier is the Jewish Bride, which has such sweet, tender emotion and SUCH gorgeous, lush brush- and palette-work that one really can hardly stop looking at it. I remember studying it at school, and reading someone saying it has "the finest sleeve ...