Steigenberger Kurhaus Hotel
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... is known about her. he painting is not dated, so they are no sure what year Vermeer painted her. No one really knows who she is either. She is called the "Mona Lisa of the North" and the look on her face is just as enigmatic. She is not very big (about he same size as the Mona Lisa) but the crowds at Mauritshuis are not as big as at the Louvre, so can get very close to her and really look. The painting is so beauiful and they have done a masterful job restoring her.
... many bikes as people, so the tourist must be very wary not to step into the designated bike path. There are special bike seats for babies and toddlers as well as tandems for adult and child partners. There are many geezers whizzing about on two wheels! I forgot to mention the American Hotel which has a gorgeous Art Deco dining room. It was too early to eat there, but we did have cappuccino outside. Yes, we know we are living the good life and are very ...
... unknown reason so we instead caught a train to Leiden and then another to The Hague. It added an extra hour onto our journey but these things happen.. Wg weren't in any huge rush.. And Nikki bought a pair of very nice boots whilst waiting for us. So it was a little bit of a win. We arrived just after lunch time and met up with Nikki. The four if us had a little wander around the very nice city until we came to the MC Escher museum. ...
... We had almost given up hope of finding me a pair. There weren't too many around and most of them didn't fit me or were steel caps which were way too heavy. But I am very happy with these boots. Now we can all jump in puddles! Or at least have dry feet. As we were making our way back to the ferry, we began a conversation with a girl who worked at the markets, particularly on their social media side of things. Apparently the market is a part of an anarchist movement which ...
... walked home and had salmon in red curry sauce on a bed of rice and drink a bottle of Prosecco enjoying our last night in our lovely apartment. We know for certain that we will be returning to Amsterdam someday. We love everything about the vibe, the food and the freedoms that are an integral part of the culture here. We are all packed and ready for a short trip to Bruges tomorrow. We can't believe we are on the last few days of our trip! Hugs to ...