NH Museum Quarter
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Museum Quarter Amsterdam
Jean rated this 10/10 for a 4 star hotel..some compliment for her..
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Our last full day in Amsterdam was a slow start after the long day yesterday but still we managed to beat the crowds to Van Gogh museum by 9.15. This museum of all his well known paintings was a feast for the eyes. Just like the Rijksmuseum the famous paintings we read about and see in picture books are there for all to see...tremendous. After a …
... at the start it was great fun!! It was so nice to go around the city and see all of the museums and buildings it really is a beautiful city! After the bike ride we were all so hot and sweaty!! It was over 30 degrees!! We had some lunch and walked through the shopping streets past the flower market which was lovely! We made our way back to the botel and got ready for a final dinner with top deck!! Dinner was lovely! We went on ...
Well the last day in Paris was spent shopping at beautiful clothes shops in 30 degree heat down one of the popular strips. We did spend up in Paris but who could resist the Parisian fashions made in Italy!! We did visit the Eiffel tower the day before and had lunch there with our tour group. Amazing views and construction. We also managed to squeeze in a foot massage and a beautiful dinner in our room with French wine, salads, olives and sandwiches. A lovely simple meal to end our fab 6 ...
... t research was that they didn't open the doors until 10 a.m, and I turned up at 8 a.m. I'd already spent half an hour pushing my suitcase over cobblestones, bricks, and broken pavers to get there, so I planted myself on the steps to stoically wait until it opened. From 9 a.m. I was joined in my vigil by half of the misfits and eccentrics in Amsterdam. It seems to be a popular place for a certain kind of person (film extras from Mad Max) to spend the day out ...
... area until the time of the French Revolution in 1789, when they were made compulsory. People were ordered to choose their last names and head down to the registry office and have it made official. Most people chose a surname that related their profession or where they were born but some, thinking that it was a joke and something that would soon blow over, chose surnames with the intent to mock the idea like 'boobie' or 'born naked' and these are still being ...