Van der Valk Leusden
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... And there is gonna be a second :) My brother and i have played on the gamecube again, after how long? 4 years i think! I have played on my own and with Charlotte on it but nit with him, it reminds me of the past, when we were closer... So this was so nice... Yeah that is my day for so far but yeah it is only 15:16 If i could have trained am i gonna say tomorrow >:) Look what a devil i am xD Well see you tomorrow! (If i don't forget ...
... things that make Amsterdam famous. We started with a little shopping and a visit to the Flower Market. This is a beautiful street full of stalls and shops all selling flowers and the tulip bulbs that made Amsterdam famous. This is a wonderful street to buy some souvenirs as well as sample the cheese that is everywhere and really yummy. Most of the shops give free samples before you buy, so we tried all the cheeses ...
... the really exquisite delft pieces - nothing was a bargain! -- who knew windmills did things other than move wind?????? -- we LOVED having a balcony!!! -- we were very excited about going to Stockholm , and it didn't disappoint us, but we were blown away by st. Petersburg! -- in every city, there were more bicycles than cars and we always managed get in their way in the bike ...
... our accommodation at the Marriot Hotel.
The hotel is centrally located and close to most of the cities tourists attractions. Being such an early arrival we were thinking we may not be able to occupy our room until 2pm. The hotel was wonderful and our room was available from 11am.
We had purchased tickets online to visit Van Gough museum so we took the opportunity to visit ...
... and then we were ready for Sunday afternoon snacks, mimosas and some recycled new fashion. There were about 10 ladies in attendance, ranging from mid twenties to mid thirties, all happily teaching at ISA and living in Amsterdam and coming from a wide variety of interesting backgrounds. There was an exquisite spread of afternoon munchies, including bread, cheese, olives, tapenades, hummus, veggies, and ...