Hotel Les Compagnons
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... small Dutch town and one that we will visit again, next time hopefully in the summer when the weather is nicer and we can sit out in the town square and have a few beers in the sun. Holland is so much more cultured when it comes to such things so at some point we would like to spend a bit more time here, maybe a month or two. Who knows I guess.
Next stop is Utrecht. Back to another big town, let's see if it differs from Amsterdam.
... all about how he used light so wonderfully in all of his paintings. One of his most famous paintings, Girl with a Pearl Earring, is in the Mauritshuis Gallery in The Hague.
Later that afternoon we visited The Hague only 10 minutes away by train and headed straight for the Gallery but unfortunately it was closed so we missed out on seeing the original. The Hague is an interesting city - some parts very modern and some elegant old buildings. There ...
... an early evening to get ready for The Hague and on to Bruges, Belgium in the morning.
Observation – this is not fully tourist season quite yet, but Amsterdam is a sea (literally) of tourists – can't imagine what it will be like when all the tourists arrive. AND, we observed that Amsterdam is a young persons’ city – not many seniors (although, many European river cruises either start or end ...
... erected including a huge Ferris wheel, a Maypole-like spinning ride and a barrel bungee drop. There was also "Real American popcorn."
After lunch, we headed to the Van Gogh museum only to be met with Disney-land length lines. We had pre-purchased tickets from the hotel concierge which put us in the so-called fast lane. After 15 minutes with no forward progress, our traveling companion Ann approached the head of security. He said they did not anticipate such ...
... of whats to come.
Of course whenever there was turbulence I'd freak out and go into mini-panic modes, but for the most part It was pretty uneventful, some things I noticed up until now:
-Even when I'm trying to speak in a low voice, I'm still too loud for Dutch standards
-In Florida all the major highways and busy areas are around the beach and then it starts to get less crowded the more inland you go. I was so surprised to see the shores of the Netherlands ...