Bastion Deluxe Hotel Almere
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... keys and came over to check the house out. I had not seen it yet so it was very fun to look around. The room that was to be mine had a lovely pale pink color on the walls highlighted by white stars. Henriette's future study was a great baby blue. So the two of us spent most of the Friday and Saturday repainting our rooms. We were very proud of our results.
When I returned from London it was to the new house instead of the ...
... We finished the day with a boat tour of the city. It was really nice because it was in a small boat instead of one of the huge canal tours. The tour guide grew up in Almere so we bonded over that.
Mom stayed with me in Almere for the next couple days. We had a bit of a rough day on Monday with Adia, but Tuesday Henriette was working from home so she sent us to Zaanse Schans, a historic Dutch town where they relocated a bunch of windmills. It was really pretty ...
... and a great view along the river.
Our day on the road was over by mid afternoon again, but this time we were far from bored in our chosen town. By a happy stroke of luck we had booked into a town called Zons, simply because it was the right number of k's away from our previous stop.
When we arrived in the random little town, the first thing we noticed was that it had a beautifully intact town wall with beautiful towers and ...
... he could barely understand what I meant to say...so there you go.
Summer has finally come to Holland. We have had a week of 30ish degree weather. So of course I am dying of heat. The skill that we learn in Seattle of complaining about all kinds of weather (rainy, dry, hot, cold, snow, etc.) translates well here. Last week I got the joy of seeing a few visitors. Milan completed his trip ...
... town we saw wildflowers, fuzzy swanlings and lots of lush greenery - very idyllic!
The next day we took a drive (during which we saw a shop called 'Baby-Dump'!) to the nearby town (actually everything's nearby!) of Delft which is famous for its blue and white ceramics and the fact that it was Vermeer's home. Unfortunately the town doesn't actually have any Vermeers, but it makes up for it by whacking a Girl with a Pearl Earring motif ...