Hampshire Golfhotel - Waterland
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Chateau du Marechal de Saxe farewelled us with fog and then sun, the former of which did not stop the local international airport flying like crazy from about 6am. Had a run on the plan, so worked to the plan. The Parc is so big, we decided to stick to the paths & ran a loop or two. Then back to 'our chateau' for the last of the breakfast we had carried from Lisboa - ...
... The shops were so interesting. It reminded me of key west because apparently the gay festival was the week before. Poor Dan missed it. (Note to his family... I now see what you were talking about). We seem to miss it everywhere. Manchester, Scotland and now Amsterdam. But the remnants remained. Rainbow flags hung everywhere. It was pretty at least. And the stores reminded me of key west. Little tacky tourist stuff to buy. Most of it involved weed, of course. Then there ...
... eventually caused him to take his own life. It's such a sad story and as famous as he is now, while he was alive his work never gained popularity and apparently he only ever sold one painting. His works are worth millions yet he remained penniless his entire life and was supported financially by his brother Theo. We had lunch at the Hard Rock Cafe (which was the third Hard Rock we've visited on this trip) and man were we lucky! Just as it was our turn to get a table the ...
Okay, so there isn't necessarily beauty in sitting in a city for 7-10 hours waiting on your next flight. But, Holland is a beautiful, beautiful place. Amsterdam is literally 10 minutes from Schiphol Airport. So for any future travelers passing through, take the train away to Amsterdam Central and you'll have a great time. I ...
... for lunch where everyone was outside on couches and tables eating and drinking coffee. Of course we tried to join in the hip crowd and sit outside, but the lack of seats put us inside at the open-aired bar eating lunch (we still got plenty of sunshine and warmth though). The rest of the day we made the most of the weather and visited the outdoor market, walked through the town along the canal, and enjoyed some time on a bench outside a coffee shop before dinner. After a ...