Quentin Amsterdam Hotel
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We arrived last night in Amsterdam, officially starting the Busabout part of our holiday. Wrecked from travelling all day, we went out to get some dinner. The Netherlands were playing against Mexico in the soccer World Cup as we ate and it seemed the entire city was watching this game. We could hear the despair as Mexico scored, and the joy as the …
... Its run by a real old hippy who has clearly enjoyed a lot of strange chemicals in his time. the museum consists of a basement where you do have to watch your head. down here you'll find a bizarre sculpture that i think is supposed to represent a dreamlike and triply underwater coral cave. the walls are adorned with various psychedelic artworks and various other things that al glow in a really mind bending array of coo ours when the lights are turned of and the UV ...
... in Hoofdoorp until Sarah and Mark returned. It is always hard to say good bye and saying good bye to this lovely family and this place we called home for a month was no easy chore. Thank you Sarah and Mark for selecting us and welcoming us into your home with such warmth and for the privilege of caring for your fur family, we had a ball with them. Rotterdam was our final sit in our European adventure and while we did some exploring we did enjoy days in our latest ...
... with a tad of guidance from the mere females. Successfully locating the floating Flower Market, which was really just full of an array of bulbs for sale, we were able to view a small array of the colourful flowers available at this time of the year.
With the long flight, starting to take its toll, we headed back towards the ship, stopping along the way at a Pandora shop to add a momento of a windmill charm to the ...
... to the darkest of deep purple which is as close to black as what may naturally exist.
Even better, instead of this just being an organ and flora display, is how it caters for families and kids. There was a little section with a few animals around, ie. ducks, geese, chickens, peacock, turkey (very grumpy, probably heading for Thanksgiving lunch unless it cheers up) and some pigs. Liam could then try his normal Dr Dolittle thing in talking to ...