Bastion Hotel Nijmegen
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- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... was. There is a tree in the gardens that is one of the oldest in Holland it was planted around1600. The trunk circumference is about 7 metres. They are also replanting the original kitchen gardens & have so many different herbs & vegetables, some not usually found in Holland, but as the Castle was owned by Noblemen & very rich people it wasn't unusual for them to have exotic plants & herbs, as they would bring ...
... up and start to ache again. This was not a good portent for the week ahead. I had hoped my knee would be better. I decided to wear all the best stuff on the first day's walk, just in case there wasn't a second.
Back at the ranch, Reina, Lieve and Suzanne were arriving. It was great to see them again, and we picked up where we had left off, laughing and chatting over more of Marianne's wonderful cooking, whilst sitting outside in the garden.
The queues at the check in desks were down to a handful of people, rather than the anacondas of walkers there had been when I'd registered. In fact the whole town seemed a little more subdued. The stalls, however, seemed to have multiplied. They touted bags, boots and burgers. I found some presents for my family because I knew I wouldn't be up for it after the walking. There were people from all over the world milling together. The military ...
... afternoon for us after a day and a half awake-ness,,!,!,!
Today Rob rented a bike from the recreation centre we're staying at, and off we went to visit Mrs. de Man - the mother of an old friend of Rob's. It was only about a 10 minute bike ride from our cottage - very close by. We also saw her daughter Mariette and her two daughters Sabien and Susanne. That was a lot of fun - We had coffee and ...
... see orange, orange and orange everywhere. As we were also clad in orange, people greeted us and shouted slogans, which we didn’t understand. We crossed thousands and thousand of people on streets with their friends and kids with drums and other musical instruments. Loud music all around and dance on the street created an atmosphere of a festival. I think, for Dutch, today is no less than a festival. We enjoyed as we crossed streets of Utrecht with the celebrating ...