New Orleans is intriguing and mysterious. Its unique history, European influence and various ethnic flavors have slowly simmered over time to create a truly amazing culture of which New Orleanians are intensely proud.
To the right, behind the arcade, is a 16th century water well, and immediately to the left upon entering the Sanctuary are the stairs leading down to l’Oratorio della Camera e Cameretta, Catherine’s private rooms. Follow the link to find out more.
The ‘dancing houses’ are just a few of the many canal houses or grachtenhuizen that tower above the waterways of Amsterdam. Click the link to read more about what to see, things to do, where to eat, and getting around in Amsterdam.
The 9 Streets offer visitors a unique selection of art galleries, boutiques, cafés, lunchrooms and restaurants; housed in picturesque, stepped-gabled buildings, some of which date to the 17th and 18th centuries.
Welcome to Amsterdam, one of our favorite cities and one we visit often. Amsterdam has an abundance of art and history museums, and a number of historical sites that are worth visiting. Click the link to read more about what to see, things to do, where to eat, and getting around in Amsterdam.