Steigenberger Kurhaus Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... stand in the middle of. Usually you stand with your jaw dropped. The scale of the thing is simply immense. I'm not enough of an art connoisseur to appreciate the finer details in a normal sized piece, but I'm astounded at the ability to conceptualise, much less create something of these proportions. I said the same thing about the Slav Epic, but it applies here as well.
The second stop was the Escher museum. HIs work was all woodcut prints and lithographs, ...
... have photo in traditional dress with Louise. A headed back and dropped Louise at her hotel, went back to our apartment and went for a sortie of the local attractions. Had a meal at a lovely local pizza/pasta place. It might become our local for the week! Plan to head to Utrecht tomorrow morning before we take the car back. It has been recommended as a very lovely old town and work going to look at. Then it will be down to the ...
... in your memories, you're very good at just kind of editing them out (or at least I am). We've had all sorts of trouble traveling, from a flat tire in Greece, to having our rental car hit while parked on the street by a drunk driver (they actually hit the car behind us; we weren't too badly damaged), and other similar escapades, and while they seem like big nuisances at the time, they just kind of fade into the background.
... white beer. Important distinction, because we ordered 2 beers here that Nate said tasted like quintessential Belgian beer and I really disliked both of them! At least now we know. :) The food menu was small with basically a cheese plate, steak, quiche or lamb stew on it. Everyone was eating steaks so we went for it. And it was about what you'd expect from $18 steak in a bar. Nate's was way undercooked and hard to chew so he ate some of his and some of mine. Mine wasn't ...
... and it turned out the lady from Bristol was a Vice Chairman of her local NAFAS flower arranging club and would be visiting Dublin for the WAFA show.
This evenings entertainment was by a Virtuoso Flautist - Suzanne Godfrey. We had heard her practicing earlier in the day, the sound was beautiful then and during her performance which featured Mancini movies as part of her repertoire was quite spell binding.
Tomorrow we are At Sea En route to Bergen.