Amrath Hotel Belvoir
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... call with Oma to see how life was back in NZ. After dinner a number of Elly's family turned up for drinks and we all had quite a few laughs talking about family happenings. A number of them mentioned when coming into the house "Och Elly you look so like Tante Miep" After drinks Riny offered me croquette & frekindel for late night snack. What could I say!! I do enjoy a late night snack after beers sometimes. What a host ha ...
... one disadvantage about all these separate events is that I have to tell the same story over and over again. Not that strange of course, since everyone has similar ideas about Japan and is therefore interested in the same things. After three weeks of farewell parties, I can make a top 5 of questions I am asked the most. And while I'm at it, why not answering them (once more) at the same time?
5) What will ...
We docked in the Netherlands this morning. And bright and early we board the two big luxury tour busses that has been following us from the start of the tour. We ride for about an hour and a half to the De Hoge Veluwe National Park, and we get to go to the Kroller Muller Museum, which is a museum in the middle of the woods. It has an array of Van Gogh paintings, and an sculpture garden with modern sculptures. Back in Nijmegen, we get ...
... worked harder!!
And while Nick was enjoying his nice amble around the Dutch countryside, what was MJ up to? I was staying at a campground about 10kms from Nijmegen. I had some lovely neighbours from the UK with more Aussies as their guests – Robin & Linda Van Geene with Doug & Di Townsend. Though life wasn’t all beer & skittles for us – Robin & Doug were also walking the Four-Days Marches, but in the ...
... We then made our way back to the Grote Markt where festivities were now well underway with disco, followed by a talented band, and then the disco man did 15 minutes singing to backing tracks during the band’s interval.
We had found a seat (very few to be had that were not involved with the pubs) and a couple of people asked if they could take our photograph and others just did! They thought it was great that we ...