Bastion Hotel Leeuwarden
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Walking through the streets of Leeuwarden should have been amazing; instead, it was a struggle and I felt like a teeny-tiny ant crawling in a giant anthill. I was more likely focused on how fast I could escape from this crowd rather than enjoying the medieval building surrounding me.
Two days ago I arrived in Leeuwarden. Before I decided to visit this city, I researched the city with my mobile phone and found ...
... set of an ear piercing alarm, which I did 3 times. Brutal. Off at 6.30am -12 hour drive ahead. Tonight we play some festival in Amsterdam. Can I play trumpet while sleeping? We'll call it performance art. Nice music listening experiences so far: - Ornette Coleman - ferry to Denmark - David Behrman-misty bridge crossing islands in Denmark, - Grouper - after 3 hr sleep -van to ...
... things were familiar. We had tea and a rich creamy cake again ( means you are happy to see someone ). It was beautiful sitting in a garden with bees and butterflies and frogs in a pond. I so wished I was on ground level again at home. Then I Skyped James and he got to say hello to everyone. He said to contact him again next stop. Then Angelique helped me buy a ticket to Amsterdam and printed it out for me. Then a delicious huge meal ...
... and BC ladies. The twin girls then went off to the shop on their own to get ice creams. Another drink then we left at 3:15. Glad to get off the fast motorway (120 k) and back on the country roads. Windmills, canals and all ages of people on bikes. Got in and I slept nearly an hour. Indonesian for dinner. Hennie is such a good cook, and she makes everything from scratch. Went for a short walk in the garden with the dog. Tired ...
Up and down the stairs a lot in the night. Thought I could get away without pain meds, but after struggling down the stairs again !!! I was in despair with the pain. Had to take pills. Spent the day talking and waiting for the man to install wifi. Sat in warm sunshine and read my book. Took photos of beautiful flowers. Later went for a walk through the village. Finally heard that the installer wasn't coming ...