Radisson Blu Palace Hotel, Noordwijk Aan Zee
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... to be pretty intelligent well traveled individuals, and being together as a group only gave us more confidence. Mike arrived 45 minutes before us, and had already figured out that we needed to take a train from the airport, transfer to a tram in the city and then walk to our hotel. Sounds like a plan. First stop - ticket kiosk for the train. Seemed pretty straightforward, but 20 minutes and 5 credit cards later (we keep ...
... relationships. Of course at each stage his paintings illustrate that phase of his life, culminating in his untimely suicide. For mine, a glaring omission was his series of starry nights paintings. A brush of popular culture around the Don Maclean hit "Vincent" would have added a nice touch. Still, a must do in Amsterdam, together with Anne Frank Huis. Boarded the boat around 4pm - Avalon Panorama. Settled into cabin, emptied ...
the sex workers.
Like that the oldest is....78. I would have thought that was
a bit much, but...I guess if that's how you want to spend
As a group we even went to a peep show.
It was...well let's put it this way. I want ...
... think my waiter thought I might. When I asked for the bill, he told me, "I was wondering if she was going to have another..."
Delft was not done entrancing me yet. I left with singing and dancing in the train station. Some big filming was happening. Not sure what it was for, but it was fun to watch :)
Arriving back in Den Haag, I had 50 minutes to kill waiting for the bus back to Noordwijk. Ok, many of you might shoot daggers at me for ...
... one are more beautiful. The most famous painting in the museum (Starry Night is in MOMA) was probably the Sunflower still life. It is curious to me that this one is so famous for Van Gogh because it does not have the contrasting background motif. I think it is considered a work of genius because he only used three different hues of yellow to complete that entire work. None of the yellows blend together which is amazing, and the accuracy of the still life is impeccable. ...