Hotel Theater Figi
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... be the neon green color in the pic. Haha! We spent some time this afternoon unsuccessfully trying to figure out why all our photos on the blog are now missing. It's really frustrating me and I hope their support team gets back to me soon! For dinner we went to this teeny tiny little pizza place we had seen on a canal. They have 4 stools inside, a wood-fire oven and they just crank out pizzas as you order them. Thin kind of cracker ...
... through Dam Square, eating delicious dutch pancakes for lunch and heading for a wander through the red light district in the evening (not one of the more traditional mother/daughter activities I'm sure!!). On our last day we spent the morning at the Van Gogh museum and really enjoyed seeing some of the more famous paintings we had seen reproduced elsewhere over the years. There was time for a little more shopping before it was back to the hotel to head to the ...
... me grow as a person. I developed the insight that possession brings worries with it, while you have the urge to protect it. Furthermore, I experienced that a smile and respect are key to get the most out of people around you.
The main reason why I decided to quit my trip is because I got the feeling that the travels were becoming more of a lifestyle and it became an effort to intensely enjoy another awe-inspiring sunset. ...
... Crimes Court and then had a nice dunch (dinner slash lunch) at the beach (even though it was freeeeezing). So that was a really great afternoon seeing Den Haag before we crashed at the hotel pretty early and I tried to find the All Blacks v France game to watch. I failed, so got mum and dad on skype who put the camera next to grandma near the tv and I watched the game there - that was nerve racking!! A close one as it always is ...
... we left Zeist, heading back the way we came, bound now for Prague. With a rather dull drive ahead (things do look mostly the same from either side of the A9) we lasted another few hours on the road before stopping for another night of free-camping at a rest stop on the outskirts of Kassel.
After a bit of recon (noisy German boy racers and a tow truck – quite exciting) we managed to get to sleep – I ...