Hotel Old Dutch
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... we saw a jewellery shop with gold charms in the window. We should have stopped then & bought them but we wanted to keep up with the group. Oh well, there's still tomorrow & the next couple of days in Amsterdam.
The Keukenhof Gardens were fantastic, we started with the tour but then left & did our own thing. It was similar to the Butchart Gardens in ...
Awoke again & that was a plus! Sunny day expected, so we walked to Jop's old golf course (about 10 minutes from Pim's) for a coffee. Weather lovely and spotted a dal on the way home. Then a bus adventure to Voledam, via Edam (yes the home of the round yellow wax coated cheese) taking about 30 minutes. Started to rain, so into the Charleston Hotel (in Voledam) for lunch. Menu had croquette, so ...
... it didn't seem to be in much of a rush, and turns out the train does not take 10 minutes, but a full hour. At this point we were a little stressed, and running later than planned. We walked out of the station only to realize that we were not at the airport, despite the stations deceiving name (Airport). We still would need to take a bus to get there, and at this point we knew we wouldn't make it. We headed back to the ...
... built up high on stilts to escape the floodwaters from before the time of the dykes. It used to be an island but now it's joined to the mainland. We had our picnic near the entrance to the harbour and then walked a little bit around the old town. We bought a few souvenirs:) and then found a poffetje stand. Yummy! Strawberries and icing sugar on top. So, back on the ferry we went, then home for a nice dinner with Paula and ...
... artists, he would emulate them. The museum would have a painting of Gauguin's up and next to it would be a Van Gogh that was so similar you would have sworn it was by the same artist. Van Gogh would paint anything; landscapes, people, flowers, and when he couldn't get those, he would paint whatever objects were lying around. He would paint oncanvas, and when he couldn't get that on burlap, and when he couldn't get that, well a tea towel would do.