Hotel De Duif
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Tiny plants, more flowers than leaves, bravely paving the way for the others. It was wonderful to meet them again. Even with its bare trees, the Keukenhoff is beautiful. This year's theme is the 125 years of Van Gogh and it was delightful to encounter references to the painter throughout the gardens from a mosaic of the painter in tulips to recreations of scenes from his ...
... but I thought it was really interesting. The museum told the story of his life, making me appreciate and understand his work so much more than I otherwise would have. It was definitely one of the more interesting art galleries that I've been to. Our last stop was the Anne Frank House. We'd been here twice before but left because of the massive queues. This time, arriving late in the evening, we got straight in. It was a moving and thought-provoking experience. It was ...
... All of their friends were there, and they were close friends with the bartender. Joost and I talked more about cars and music, and became pretty good friends. He told me that he was working to get English to be his second language, and I told him his English was really good, better than some people in America. He didn't believe me. He also had a harder time understanding me the more I drank ...
We awoke to a beautiful day. Chris walked up to the camp shop and bought fresh croissants and lovely bread, what a great start to the day!
Replete we headed off to Lisse, about 20 minutes from where we are staying. This is where the beautiful Keukenhof Gardens are situated, covering 32 hectares! We parked yo and headed into the gardens with a stream of other visitors. The gardens are planted from September each year with 7million bulbs, half ...
... here. Interesting chronological exhibits following his short 37-year life, his health and psychological problems (he's the guy that cut off his ear), and how it all impacted on his art. I was excited to see my favorite painting of his - "Almond Blossom" (I bought a print at the Gift Shop"), but two of his other most famous works were not there - "Sunflowers" was borrowed to a London museum, and "Starry Night" lives at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. ...