Regardz Berghotel Amersfoort
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... The japanese had quite a few new shirts still in bags to swap. We were sitting near the team from Scotland who were really nice. One of them was happy to get a Japanese shirt cos he said they came with a built in smart phone!
They had rosettes for winners of individual classes as well as medals for the overall games, biathlon, pentathlon and teams. The closing ceremony took quite a while with medals for 4 heights for the 3 events, and the ...
... to old 90's songs and playing rummy (which I'm getting really good at).
Two places we went to that I wanted to mention were the Van Gogh museum which was really cool. It was set up chronologically by Vincent's life and it was interesting to hear his life story and then see how it affected the changes in his art. It was a Friday night when we went so the museum was open late and there was a nice bar set up and a DJ. Not like the museums back home I guess?
... and pistols, old navy boat items and shipping items and cannons.
Also a section in the museum on Van Gogh and Rembrandt.
Weather here is a bit rainy and quite cool. Our taxi driver said it will probably be miserable weather here now until after winter. We might get the cold now I've been expecting!
Did a little bit of souvenir shopping, found some nice ...
... way back and I found my favourite store D!Sigal and they had a sale so a top and dress later we headed back towards hotel where we were yet to check in but along the way we passed the shul took a few photos and then continued back. Finally back at hostel caught up with some washing, then went for a little walk to have coffee and cake and finally back to bed Steps today approx 20,000 about 18 kl ...
... to the red light district and visited the sex museum and the cannabis college. We also visited the Oude Kerk (the old church), we heard its bells chiming when we were staying at the B&B when we were here last week. The Oude Kerk is actually the city's oldest building, established in 1306 in the heart of the medieval centre. The church has a fascinating history which reflects the city's eventful past. The building was impressive and ...