Amadore Hotel Restaurant Arneville
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... Grandma Reynierse and some other relatives.
Mike and I walked around the town trying to see more of it as we are here just a short time. We looked at two large or I should probably say massive churches but could not look inside as it is Sunday and services are being held. We found some type of triumphal arch type memorial (no labels in English), a memorial to the war dead (again only in Dutch), a memorial to the slaves who were stolen from their ...
... Becky and Mike’s dad was born. After some confusion on which way to turn—poor signage on the streets and a teensy map that is difficult to read—has nothing to do with our lack of Dutch or our vision! <smile> Anyway we found the house and began taking photos—we wanted to take a photo of Becky and Mike standing in the same spot where Doc and Virginia stood in 1977 when they visited Middelburg. While we were doing our photography thing a woman with a ...
... living in your own home only with someone to cook breakfast and clean up after you. I could definitely get used to this!
We finished up and headed up to our room to finish packing. Paid Wil and gave him his parting gift--a bottle of nice French wine. Hugs and kisses from all of us and we are off for Middelburg in Zeeland. Well we only got about 10 minutes down the road before we had to stop and get Mike's dictionary out of the trunk. Back on the ...
... also went into an old abbey and into the town square and the modern shopping district.
We had lunch aboard the ship while it traveled to the tiny village of Veere. In the afternoon we were bussed to the Neeltje Jans (Delta Works) to learn about the storm surge barrier built to prevent a recurrence of the Netherlands 1953 flood disaster. This was like a modern ...
... the spires from our station, but we couldn't find the cafe we had picked out for lunch (the guidebook only gave an address, street signs are sometimes hard to find as well). There were probably a dozen Italian and Greek places near the square, and the only Belgian places served just beer. Since our time in Brussels was limited and we were starving, we had Greek. After wandering the square for a while, we set off to look for the beer museum. ...