How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Zandvoort
... French people revolted. The place is so opulent, (parts of it gilded in gold) and enormous, at least 10X bigger than Buckingham Palace and don't forget he also built a lovely pink palace next to his for Marie Antoinette, his queen! Paris is getting quite hot and is expecting temps mid to high 30s through this week. Amsterdam is a lot ...
... tulip fields everywhere. Very open though so that's why we had so much wind. We passed the Kuekenof Gardens. Looks very busy. But we're going tomorrow so we didn't stop. We did stop for lunch at a nice coffee shop in the village of Kuekenof though. We had our snack lunch so just bought a coffee. Was perfect. Anyway, we were on the road for about seven and a half hours. We were pretty tired by the time we got to Leiden. I'm actually very surprised at how well I'm ...
... and decided to just sit and enjoy the scenery at the lively Sunday night skate rink in Museumplein. After our lovely little dinner, we went by Albert Heijn to stock up on groceries (and a few treats) for the week. I had visions of Rasta & I making a delicious batch of Lulu's Marinara Sauce to allow us to have some tasty meals at home this week and yummy leftovers for Elizabeth's refrigerator. It's ...
Unfortunately we woke to Tashs last day on tour in some miserable conditions - the first rainy day we've had the whole trip. But never mind - we had Amsterdam to explore! We started by heading up to Anne franks house - we had no intentions on lining up there for the hours on end it takes, but just thought we would go to see the house and get some photos. Our venture up there lead to a fair bit of disappointment when ...
... our tickets a long time ago (thank goodness) so we were able to walk right in. The museum contains the largest collection of paintings by Vincent Van Gogh in the world, and allows visitors to take an up close and personal look at his canvasses, find out more about his working methods, discover some of the secrets behind his painting technique, and learn more about Van Gogh's history. If you're an art lover, this is paradise. If you're Sam Jackson, this is ...