Hotel Oud London
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... doubt be more meaningful now that we've been to the house where Anne's family and the others actually lived. After we left Anne Frank House, we walked around the city for the next several hours. We took a brief walk through the Red Light District. I have always heard about the prostitutes who stand in the windows, dressed only in panties and bras, advertising themselves to prospective customers. I was less shocked than what I imagined I would be. I was ...
... in the glamorous world of cocktails. For about fourteen euros, you can enter the building and go through a self guided tour. There are about thirty different scents that you can sniff and there are videos, photos and more sniff tests that tell the history of this Dutch gin. Then at the end, you can get a fancy cocktail made by bartenders that apparently train at the academy upstairs. While waiting in line, there's a flair booth, in which you go in and close the ...
... metres away, my day just didn’t get off to a good start.
Arriving in Ziest slightly later than planned, we stopped for lunch, before starting our quest to find the petrol station that we had visited last time to fill our gas bottles. Now travelling to Ziest might seem quite extreme for gas, but most countries operate on a bottle swap system and ours being from the Netherlands, and for some ...
... sun set and rise over the Atlantic Ocean in about three hours, and paid for an overpriced smoothie.
Check in went smoothly. We only needed to shuffle a few books between two bags to even them out so our three checked bags each weighed exactly the maximum of 50 pounds - a great relief because our scale at home broke right before we could weigh in and those bags were heavy! (Books and supplies, not female overpacking.)
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... test of time and have inspired many generations of people. On my own I also visited the Van Gogh museum and got to see masterpieces that I have seen and read about back in High School. Throughout my life before that point I wasn't much a fan of Art, but even I could understand the brilliance of Van Gogh's work. It is a complete mystery to me why he never sold a painting whilst his life! The sun flower and self portrait are two of the most easily identifiable pieces in the world and for ...