Hotel Sint Nicolaas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sint Nicolaas Amsterdam
The Hotel Sint Nicolaas was a wonderful find with interesting decor, delicious breakfast & a really comfortable bed. Though it was more expensive than our usual accommodation, it was only 20E more than the sleazy hotels around the corner, so worth every cent.
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We met at the architecture center again to discuss yesterday's exercise and draw some conclusions from our observations. Although the game could have used some adjustments, it was interesting to share our data and map out the common routes of the people we stalked.
Afterwards we met at the I AMSTERDAM ...
... particularly The Hague, which is called the peace palace - truthfully, all the residences of royally and all the diplomat homes were just a bit over the top at this point in our trip - we were tired & punchy - Amsterdam outskirts were beautiful - Amsterdam was beautiful - canals everywhere, people on bikes - our hotel was a scream - see photos!!! Altogether worth the extra day ...
... clothing, jewelry, scarves, antiques, and souvenirs.
Other places we visited were the Rembrandt House, where he lived and worked between 1639 and 1658, the Amstel River and Skinny Bridge. In Amsterdam there are over 100 canals which were built to control the flow of the river. These canals are lined with elm and lime trees and are crossed over by a thousand bridges. The canals and river are the home to ...
... singing. From the adjacent room I thought that it was just a sound track being played over and over, but after finding her I could see that I was very wrong. A woman, dressed in an all-black suit was facing the wall and in her best opera voice sang “This is propaganda, you know…. You know.” Then she would turn and face the room and say the name of the artist and the year that this exhibit was created. The entire routine would take something of ...
... upon Les Fines Gueules, a highly recommended deli, and made lunch reservation. We then hoofed it down to the Musee Toulouse Lautrec, and took a too hurried tour of same. We split up and were to meet for lunch at noon. I got very, very, lost but did find the restaurant eventually. After a fabulous lunch, we drove the slooooow route to Carcassonne. Finding our lodging was a challenge, but here we are on the terrace, dining on Trader Joe's cashews and tater chips --- ...