Moevenpick Hotel 's-Hertogenbosch
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... me of Disney World. While walking through the streets, I kept humming "it's a small world…" because it truly felt like I was on the ride. The city centrum and surrounding streets are filled with small shops and boutiques. While we were walking around, we saw artists imitating sculptures. I took a few pictures of them - the make up was pretty amazing. We also stumbled upon an orchestra playing in the middle of the street, so wonderfully odd! Enjoy the photos! ...
... Breakfast was in the large dining room and consisted of croissants and "brown" bread rolls covered in sesame seeds (from the bakery at the corner), hard boiled eggs, fresh squeezed orange juice, cheeses (swiss and white English cheddar), assorted sliced meats, and fresh fruit, and of course, coffee and tea. Wow what a way to begin the day!
After talking with Wil the decision was made to drive to Den Bosch taking the leftover bread, ...
We were the first bike onto the ferry, didnt seem to be many at all, there is usually a hundred or so, maybe its just because its not a weekend.So, bike onboard and lashed to the deck, off to the tiny cabin to change and a few bevvies in the exotically named Sky Lounge. Basically an open are bar on the top deck, still the sun is shining and the air is salty so beer it is. A group of Scottish pensioners ...
... and got my suitcase (and my pillow) and went up the stairs into my room. It was rather stuffy so I opened the window and it was that this point I realised what was going on. The other side of the dyke was a huge marque with crowds of people. Although the music was loud outside it was even louder in the upstairs room as it wasn't be shielded by the dyke. The music was so loud it was rattling the windows and previously the owner had said it would ...
... rather rusty (i.e. no existent).
But one thing I did notice when I was driving out of the industrial estate was the buildings which were there. They were in exactly the same position as the mock up of the camp and in the same style as the crematorium. Basically the barracks were still there but they were offices. I can't believe there was no mention of that in the museum. I know I wouldn't be happy to be working in any of those buildings. ...