Hotel de Palatijn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... saw the North Sea.
A big thanks to Els and Jan for treating us like royalty for the day.
Fantastic day will definitely be back.
Facts: Netherlands is actually 1/2 the size of Tasmania and has a population of 16.5 million.
Australia's population is 22 million. Imagine the whole of the population of Australia and 10 million more living in Tasmania. The mind ...
... We were early. Very early, but we both enjoy Schiphol and the anxiety of travel. All colour of men pass by standing at the entrance even. Next to the self checkin now the self luggage labeling. Since April 1 flights do not include a suitcase in cargo. Another 50 euros per person; but as some of you may or may not recall, we're frequent flyers and I happen to own Rimowa Salsa suitcases. So we got the cargo luggage complimentary. Last night I carefully scaled ...
... was going to be like. It was no where near as extreme as I thought. i was expecting a 24 hr Kings cross with drugs and drunks galore. it couldnt be further from the truth. amsterdam has a history of being an alternate, hip, calm, inclusive city. The history sets the tone for the city as everyone we encountered were overly laid back, welcoming and friendly its not funny, it could be something in the air. Amsterdam ...
... all over them. The Van Gogh Museum appeared to be quite deserted as I walked all around searching for the entrance.... until I came around onto the fourth side and saw the inevitable queue stretching off down the road into the furthest distance. What possessed us to come to Europe in high season???
So I scratched that idea (I later found somewhere to buy a timed ticket for tomorrow, which will be a lot easier) and instead decided to walk to the ...
... enclosed city wall with bastions every few hundred meters. Little remains of it today however there are still parts of the original wall visible today. As with Amsterdam this town has many canals and intersecting waterways which in long gone time serviced the small ships trading there goods.
Just outside the centre used to be the industrial area but again as with other towns these areas have been renovated or rebuilt to ...