Hotel-Cafe Het Centrum
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel-Cafe Het Centrum Enkhuizen
Travel Blogs from Enkhuizen
... anger with the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict. A fairly large group of police were also there trying to keep things in check. That brought me back to the here and now and reminded me that some intractable problems are likely to remain so forever. It also reminded me of the Addicts or Serenity Prayer. Reciting the words in my head usually remind me that I am responsible for my own actions and my own happiness so I probably ought to get back to it.
After a short ...
... out from the station.
Next stop - the booking office. Fortunately the man we spoke too spoke perfect English and was very helpful. The next train was at 4.30 - no problem. We would however, have to pay for new tickets. Because the old ones were semi flex, he was able to give us half our money back on them and we only had to pay the other half - which was another 70 euros each. Okay, not happy, but not a lot we could ...
... to our hotel and we stowed our bags until our room was ready. Off to the Rijksmuseum for a visual feast of Frans Hals, Johannes Vermeer, Jan Steen, and the master himself, Rembrandt. We connected with Ellen and David Pedersen (John's sister and brother in law) in the museum. We are all at the same hotel and will meet up for dinner later.
Tomorrow, a walking tour of Old Amsterdam and more art museums. ...
... us home to a very nice hotel.
Wednesday 25 September – As
we drove out of Amsterdam after breakfast at 6.30am, our guide showed
us some floating flower stalls. 44 million flowers are sold in
Holland each day and, surprise surprise, they use the Dutch auction
guide told if you were driving on an autobahn with three or more
lanes you could drive at whatever speed limit you fancied. Imagine
that. It ...
... go in. Having just reread the book before we left we decided there really was no need to enter, besides, the queues were horrendous. We then did a canal tour before returning to hotel very late. Dinner tonight was at a Dutch Restaurant where we had a lovely stew. Amsterdam is very busy and is becoming even busier as the Gay Pride Mardi Gras is on Saturday. As we walked down the street we were handed condoms, we must look like party animals. Thursday Today we caught the bus to ...
Other places to stay in Enkhuizen
Dijk 74-78, Enkhuizen | Hotelfrom $111