Hampshire Hotel - Beethoven
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... we exit, walk a few blocks and there it is – the very place I’ve come to unburden myself and hand over what is rightfully someone else’s.
As I’m early for my appointment, we decide to look around the museum first. I check the valise, receive a claim check and we tour this amazing institution, dedicated to the memory and artwork of one spectacular artist. Walking the floors, we learn that Van Gogh’s prodigious artistic life ...
We are nearing our destination which is approximately 233 miles from the Equator.
We emerge from the cool interior of our Airbus into the warm, humid night air of Tanzania. Inside the bustling airport there is no air conditioning, and warm becomes hot. We are greeted by a representative of the tour company who collects passports and $100 (new ...
... they would cancel my booking if I did not contact the hotel to sort it out. I did email the hotel but received no response as I was too busy having a good time in Berlin! Then they emailed to say the reservation was cancelled! I rebooked but with the same issue, and, based on experience, I blamed HSBC Brunei, and emailed my PA in France ( AKA my mum) and ask her to book it with her more acceptable European card, but same result, and ...
... and the alleys around it.
This whole country is really famous for its flowers, and specifically for its tulips, so a stroll down the block-long flower market, which is officially called by its Dutch name of Bloemenmarkt in many places. It’s usually billed as the "world’s only floating flower market" but don’t get your hopes up in that regard because the only things that are really floating are the houseboats ...
We walked through Dam Square to the Westerkerk Church. Rembrandt is buried here. We then went to the Anne Frank Museum which had an hour and a half waiting line. We had purchased our tickets online and were instructed to ring a bell and were immediately able to enter the museum. We went through the warehouse and into the secret annex ...