Bastion Hotel Roosendaal
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... my way back to the dock where the Goethe is berthed. I'm still looking slightly disheveled - my clothes have dried but are quite rumpled, and I haven't shaved in several days. I also haven't eaten in quite a while and realize, all of a sudden, that I'm famished. Searching in my pocket, all I can find is a 10 Euro note; it's all that I have to my name at the moment. Separating from the group for a moment to purchase a nougat pretzel - the first edible item that comes into ...
Overnight our ship departed Amsterdam and we awoke to the windmills of Kinderdijk. It's about 60 miles south, and upstream, from Amsterdam. The weather was cold, wet, windy, and rainy as we set off on our tour. Fortunately Viking provided sturdy umbrellas and our guide seemed unfazed by the weather. Kinderdijk is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its water management provided by the windmills. These 19 windmills were ...
Mark's impression of what our trip will be like. On our trip to the Netherlands I think I might see water and a lot of it, and some family. At Disney we might see some roller coasters and lots of games. I am really looking forward to Disneyland, Paris and staying at the Centreparc holiday homes. The flight to Singapore was very long and very boring. I watched 5 movies. The food tasted average. When we got to Singapore I was very tired and it was a very big airport with lots ...
... water level as the river and tide rose or fell in the region. Now that the site is a major tourist attraction, the water level management is provided by diesel pumping stations near the parking area.
Today the windmills are kept as reminders to how the early dutch coped with their changing environment. Some are museums and some have been converted into homes, shops, or restaurants!
Inside one of the windmills we saw how people lived and worked in ...
Hi all,at last I have Wifi,so to all who read my travel blog We hope you are all well. I had written a nice long blog and I lost it ,so I have to write it again. We have had a busy time over the past few weeks visiting family and friends,our DUTCH family has increased here in the Netherlands to a total of 37 different people young and old have stayed with us at Razorback over the years,and it has been wonderful to see everyone ...