Rembrandt Hotel Leiden
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Clean hotel with a great central location, 5 minute walk from the train station.
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... amazing girl from Mexico City now living in Madrid to host me. We got on like a house on fire… Literally, we had to call the fire brigade! Not for a fire, but I got stuck in the bathroom. The door’s locking system jammed and I couldn’t get the door open. The firemen had to come and dismantle the door to let me out of the sauna that the bathroom had become! A great start.
Over that weekend, we continuously conversed, about anything and ...
... twelve sheep, and two barrel of wine. This craziness eventually led to the ruins of thousands of fortunate seekers in an event that historically is known as "Tulipmania".
Tulips have very strict classifications. Careful consideration is taken in placing a tulip in a class depending on flowering times, shape and the size of the flower. There are Single Early tulips ( bloom in mid-March through mid April), Double Early tulips, Triumph tulips, Parrot tulips with ...
... and didn't go for very long. We did another loop and decided we'd head off home. It really was freezing. We got back to the room and warmed up and relaxed for a bit. Around 5pm we got hungry so went for a walk back to the central area. We visited the Greenhouse which was packed and spent a bit of time in there. We did some more walking and found the pasta place from last night where we ate again. Their pasta is so fresh and amazing. We wandered slowly back to the room ...
... making sure my luggage (of which there is still too much) is ready for my trip to Australia.
And now it is nearly midnight and it is time I went to bed. My flight to Perth via Kuala Lumpur is at noon tomorrow and the final challenge will be to get myself and all my luggage at the airport on time and safely loaded onto that flight. Time for some much needed R & R. Twenty hours of flying is just what I need to ...
... all over them. The Van Gogh Museum appeared to be quite deserted as I walked all around searching for the entrance.... until I came around onto the fourth side and saw the inevitable queue stretching off down the road into the furthest distance. What possessed us to come to Europe in high season???
So I scratched that idea (I later found somewhere to buy a timed ticket for tomorrow, which will be a lot easier) and instead decided to walk to the ...