Hotel Kasteel Solhof
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... but beautiful. Viewed some finished pieces, rings, earrings, bracelets, etc. Mick, picked a pair od earrings that I had liked - only 46,000 euro LOL. Drove through the town to our hotel Movenpick - beautifully new hotel, wonderful views from our floor (10 of 11 floors). Afternoon excursion on a canal ride. Amsterdam has four canals used as a method of transportation. These canals were dug by hand. Dinner at Haesje Claes - a traditional Dutch eating ...
... the thousands of bike riders who would clearly ride right over you. Bikes chained along every street all of which are very narrow. There was even a three story bike rack! Friday evening our tour director took us for a very informative tour of the red light district. A bit of an eye opener for me. Many coffee shops open all hours - didn't venture into one though. The days are so long here, daylight still ...
... zooming across borders: Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, and finally France. With the European Union, frontier checkpoints are a thing of the past and if you blink, you'll miss the small signs informing you of your arrival in such-and-such country. My phone, however, provided a little reminder. Friendly, helpful Verizon sent 3 texts politely welcoming us to whatever country we'd entered, explaining my data and calling plans, and telling how to call back to the US. ...
... warm, crowded theatre, I realized something. It doesn’t matter what language they’re singing in, if they’re singing it all. Without comprehensible words, you can still feel the emotion in the music if it’s played right. It’s raw, it’s immediate and it conjures up images of people who have loved each other “to the depth and breadth and height [their] soul[s] can reach” and then perhaps lost each other, or ...
... to get to my hostel. I stayed at Meininger which was expensive for any other hostel ive stayed at, but the cheapest in Brussels. I will say that the hostel was really nice though. Almost like a hotel. I really loved it. First impression of the city...ghetto and dirty. Since i got to my hostel around 3pm i decided to get some lunch and a beer!! I will say that their beers here are really cheap. The first beer of the trip i had ...