NH Centre Utrecht
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... the way home we grabbed dinner. Lisa was interested in Sudanamise after finding out it is Indian-style food from a Dutch colony. We went to a place on Marielle's recommendation and had meat, vegetables, potato and roti. Was delicious! I also had a Belgium beer I bought earlier at the supermarket for €1! We made our way back to the houses to drop the bikes off, then Marielle walked us to the station. It was a quick 25 minute ride ...
I've always liked this house so when the opportunity arose to come to Europe, Utrecht was on the list. Not bad for something designed in 1924 and built the following year. I call it the Mondrian House because of the black vertical and horizontal lines and the use of primary colours. It's really called the Rietveld Schroder house after architect Gerrit Rietveld designed it for a widow Truus Schroder and her three children. ...
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... and all the quirky art in the 'Witte de Withstraat' arts district. Rotterdam was almost entirely destroyed during WW2 and most of the buildings constructed since the war are modern and striking. It is a great city to visit and to enjoy the huge amount of public sculpture and street art in the museumkwartier.
After spending a morning wandering around Delft, which is only 10 minutes on the train from The Hague, we met Christine (David Peel's ...
... was sad to see the scantily clad girls standing behind a glass door, right on the footpath, waiting for the next punter. Even at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, business was brisk. When they have a client, they pull the curtain across the window and turn off the red light. It was a bit icky being so close to the action for me.
Most of Amsterdam is built on marshy ground, and over the centuries, the foundations of many of the houses have started to ...