BEST WESTERN Premier Opera Diamond
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to our hostel. The check-in to our room didn't go as well as Topdeck would've liked. When four of us got our allocated room we found a person's belongings, including two bags and hitchhiking signs, already in the room. The hostel's reception didn't know what the story was as their records said the entire room was for Topdeck. After the receptionist came up to the room to confirm my story, two men came up and removed ...
(Sebastian) This morning mum and I went to the Madeline church. On the outside it looks like it comes from Athens because of all the columns. Inside it is very large! We picked up a paper guide and went around the church reading about the many sculptures of different saints. At the alter there was a large sculpture of Mary Magdalene with some Angels. I lit a candle for Minnie, whose anniversary was this ...
... comes as a sweetened syrup. Dulce de Leche is easy to find in the jams/preserves section as confiture de Lait a la vanilla Bourbon. Our oven runs hot. So instead of the 35-45 minutes, our brownies are done in 15. But oh so good!
Gary tries his hand at his renown meatballs with a fresh ...
... Frank house. There's typically always a long line to get in, but it was definitely worth the wait. It was a moving and emotional experience to actually walk through the house and hiding quarters where Anne lived with her family for 2 years. The cold and emptiness of the rooms were very symbolic to the void felt by those who survived the war. This is an experience we definitely will never forget. The day before we left Amsterdam, we took a mini day trip ...
... 8217;s very frightening. Bleeding out internally is not something we like to think about in much detail….
At 3:30 pm Pierre and Honorine came to fetch me and we drove over to the UN population and development office where Guy works. He came out, we didn’t go in, because they’re taking so many health precautions (Ebola again) that it’s apparently quite time consuming to get in and out. Odette and her daughters were already ...