Princess Hotel Loosdrecht
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... lovely OOsterpark. We visited Anne Frank house ,the site of Anne's 2 years in hiding with her family during Nazi occupation and subsequent betrayal and arrest.She died at 14 years of age of typhus at Bergen Belsen concentration camp just 3 weeks before Allied liberation in 1945. We also visited some of the many impressive art galleries ,a fantastic Sunday handmade art and craft market in the Museum district and gave the Red Light District a ...
... so I decided to give it a shot. They give you a wristband for the tour with two free beer tokens and a token for a free gift. The self guided tour was well done and the history of Heineken was pretty cool. At the end you get a free beer and then two more in the bar. After Heineken I took the shuttle back to the hotel to grab my bags and head to the train station for my train to Bruges. The train was around 4 hours and I arrived ...
... for suburbs anywhere in the world, though this one had a tram and bike lanes. While in Den Haag, we visited the Escher Museum. M.C. Escher was more than just the mind-bending posters we all discovered in college. It was interesting to point out to the kids how his work was inspired by the Alhambra, which we visited back in January.
Finally May 17 arrived – our anointed day to Paris. We started our day by going to the wrong station to catch our train. We ran like ...
... it tasted delightful. At this part of the tour the experience becomes more like a fun house: lounges to watch Heineken ads, a dance room with Heineken bottles that glow under a black light, a virtual soccer arena, a simulated computer spy game on a fake train, a make your own music video and post card area, etc. Sarina and I especially enjoyed a dramatic film made with claymation that covered the brewery's whole history. Next we went ...
... artist's painting side by side of the same orchard and it's amazing how different they turn out. You could even see the same tree in both paintings, but they were just so different. I love how Van Gogh pulls out the colors and his texture gives life to each piece of art work. The story of Van Gogh is quite fascinating. He was only an active artist for ten years and was mostly self-taught. At first when studying art, he ...