Worldhotel Grand Winston
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... were the industries. In the 17th and 18th centuries many estates owned by rich merchants and nobles surrounded Lisse with forests and gardens . All the estates except the Keukenhof were sold to make way for the cultivation of flowers as the sandy soil if fertilised was very suitable for The ,Keukenhof, (known as the Garden of Europe, and one of the worlds largest flower gardens )is open in the spring when the tulips are flowering and it attracts ...
... and they were both A+. Then I had the oysters which are each flavoured differently and served with a chilled espresso shot to pair them with. YUM! Then I met up with a tinder dude named Gabor who just moved here a few weeks ago from Budapest to work for Green Peace, he was not that useful of a tour guide but it was fun to explore together. Ha! We took a ferry from central station to the EYE film institute to check it ...
... factory that make the famous blue Delft pottery. Peter, Wendy and Ciara gave Katie an early 13th birthday gift of Delft Blue Earrings and a bracelet with a windmill and a wooden shoe charms. Quite a special gift and wonderful keepsake!
Number 6: Taking the train to the Hague and seeing the Girl with the Pearl Earring and the Peace Palace
Seeing Vermeer's girl, up close in all her glory, is alone worth the visit to the ...
... morning and is pretty fit. Oh well! Here goes! OMG! What a shemozzle! The directions from the Dutch Bike Tours company are just useless. We couldn't even find where we were supposed to join the bike path they used. We'd pretty much circled Amsterdam city area and were back to where we'd almost started from. We finally found the first junction point but that was the first and last one we found. What a load of ****! We ended up just following road signs to Haarlem ...