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... we arrived home we decided that since it was just after 2130, that we should walk through the red light district to see what it's all about. Well I can say it's a lot better looking at night than the other day in the middle of the day. The amount of older tour groups that were there was amazing. You see a lot of drunk guys walking around. So in all it's a sight to see. Now back home for another day done and another great time. Utrecht over and ...
... house was an old mansion so she wanted something smaller and much more open. It is so modern it could have been designed yesterday but of course the fittings inside and the materials used are 1920s. Nearly everything in it is original as Mrs Schroder lived in it until she died in 1985 aged in her 90s, when it came under the control of Museums in Utrecht. Upstairs has sliding wall panels, the bedroom walls all slide back ...
... to select their mother tongues from multiple languages available. Amsterdam canals were beautiful with charming scenery on the banks; especially at the North Sea harbor, people got very relaxed and enchanted. To certain degree, this nice cruise made up with our regret for failure to visit Venice this time with the tour group.
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... drop off point, it was relatively far away from the infamous Red Light District and bars and restaurants. Armed with our bags and no map we navigated our way towards the hostel. Couple of things I noticed immediately about Amsterdam…. 1. There are A LOT of bikes….. They have their own dedicated paths all throughout Amsterdam…They have right of way over pedestrians and they will let you know if you are in their way, quite loudly too!! Also next to ...
... who is married to a Hollander and has lived in a The Hague for more than 30 years. Unfortunately all we hoped to see in The Hague was closed. The Mauritshuis gallery, home of most of Vermeer's paintings (there are only 35 of them), has been closed for 2 years for renovations and will reopen 24hours after we leave Holland! All the afternoon tours of the Dutch parliament buildings had been cancelled as there was some event on, and the Peace Palace, home of ...