NH Museum Quarter
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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 …
Day 1 PDX to Honfleur, France.. The second longest day. The story is too long to blog, but suffice it to say that after a mad dash at SeaTac only to then wait an hour due to security concerns our great Delta flight landed at CDG 20 minutes early. Lovely weather, and an easy escape from CDG in our rental car. Took about 2+ hours to drive to Honfleur which is a completely charming coastal town spared from serious WWII damage. Very crowded this Saturday, but still a pleasure ...
... looked like a tired old bus.
Arrived in Milan Malpensa Airport & picked up our shiny new black Ford Focus ready to combat Italian roads. Diesel as it turns out like most cars in Europe it seems.
Managed to get slightly lost on an embarrassingly short drive to our hotel for the night - welcome to driving in Italy! Had almost forgotten how much fun it could be. So decided to upgrade from Simone + Google Maps to a proper Sat Nav ...
... from Page, Arizona. Our head Stewart is Ichman (Ice Man) and his assistant is Marihot (Marriott); both from Indonesia.
We explored the ship, finished unpacking and headed for bed. There are about 800 Dutch and 400 Americans on the ship with a total of 1,420 people.
Norwegian is a varied language, with two written forms -- Nynorsk and Bokmal. When speaking, Norwegians use their own regional dialects, but ...
... before being painted.
Some interesting things I learned – most of Holland lies below sea level (the highest point in the country is 300m above sea level). There is water almost everywhere. Each pasture is surrounded by small canals. Speed skating is popular in the Netherlands because these long, skinny canals freeze over, providing a great practice track. Whereas we pay for water in the states, residents in the Netherlands do not have to ...