Hotel Hermitage Amsterdam
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... Paris and moving to Arles, Vincent invited some of his friends to join him in the South of France to create somewhat of an artist's collective. Only Gauguin joined him, although he invited several including Toulouse-Lautrec and Emile Bernard. But unsurprisingly the two artists could only manage a couple of months in each other's company, and after another quarrel Gauguin left Arles and Vincent behind.
We woke up this morning after a pretty ordinary nights sleep – must remember never to book a cabin that says 'may experience some engine noise'.
Happily we had booked in for the buffet breakfast, but they didn’t have Vita Brits!! Unbelievable not catering for all international visitors!! After sufficiently gorging ourselves we quickly went back to the gift shop to spend our last two pound …. anyone need a pen? We have plenty. ...
... but I think I expected something... well something more weird. Saying that, a lot of the museum was closed when we were there but it was worth the money just to see the wonderful building it is situated in.
The museum of modern art, these guys... they love chairs. Like, seriously, chairs everywhere. You can't sit on any of them though, and this upset me. This museum is set in a breathtaking building just next door to the Van ...
... and it is important to recognize how that power can be used to make the world a better and more just place for others. Be honest, and do good.
We don't live in a perfect world by any stretch of the imagination. The holocaust was an event of extreme systemic brutality and unimaginable in sheer numbers. It stands on its own in history. Yet we must remember that versions of Anne Frank exist even today. How will we use our ...
... and took in the sights of this quaint area.
Next, we made our way to the English Reform Church. It's the oldest church in Amsterdam. There's a beautiful courtyard but tucked away from the streets and you'll need to go they a door and archway to access it. It was a hidden gem.
We were starving and in our search for a bite to eat discovered Entrepans. This wasn't your typical restaurant. They had whole prescuitto ...