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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Dinner in the hotel last night, tapas which were lovely. TripAdvisor rated it about 1200 out of 2500 restaurants in Amsterdam but it was really good. Probably low due to it being new and not many reviews have been posted yet. Fell asleep early - both of us are getting a cold (sore throats and runny noses - hopefully nothing too awful) and were woken at 10pm by the hotel reception ringing to see if we were happy ...
... The nearby café 212 becomes our coffee spot for the next day and a half. His wife is a masseuse but as we have only one week to get back to the Netherlands, there is no time to stay and exchange our skills. After a quick sightseeing walk through Sofia (cosmopolitan), an amazing Dine&Wine&Chat dinner, and one more coffee with our Bulgarian host, it is time to hit the road. This time with Co-driver Mira sitting next to me and Haku in the back.
In a darker era of Amsterdam's history a little girl wrote a diary of her life while hiding during the second world war. Her father's office building still stood and had been refurbished to make it a lasting reminder of what her family endured through those years. It was a powerful experience to have read the book and then see exactly where all her stories took place. The whole operation relied heavily on the ...
... br> Amsterdam is also the Capital of Holland, but strangely, not the seat of Governemnet. That is in the Hague. The Niewue Kerk in the centre of the city is a huge church that is still used as the centre for national celebrations when the occasion calls. The present King was married here in 2004 and also crowned here when his mother abdicated just a few years ago. There is a huge amount of culture and history to see in the centre and beautiful old churches ...
... Portrait) and Vermeer (the Milkmaid), Em's favourite part of the museum was the Asian Pavillion that has a lot of sculpture, Rob's favourite things were the clocks and I think for me it was the furniture, porcelain and jewellery. Tomorrow we'll be going back to the UK to stay with Rob's cousin Debbie and her daughter Dani in North Yorkshire, but not before we spend the morning getting up to mischief during our last few hours in ...