Amrath Hotel Brabant
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... myself because she will speak English. Duh! Everyone speaks English here, and very good English at that.
In the morning, Stanley and Corrie took us to two little towns to see some working windmills. In the first town, Terheijden (don't ask me to pronounce that), we went inside the windmill. It is actually in use. They mill the flour there, which was interesting to see, and they have a little store on the ground level. We went up three flights ...
... a wonderful cheese and tomato dip and calamari for Jan, his favorite. Later we had plates of meats, fries, and more calamari. And more wine, of course!
We are settled in our little apartment which is so large that it makes Jan think he died and went to heaven. We're not unpacked yet, so I don't have my own pictures to show you, but Stanley and Corrie took a few. We'll be doing some sightseeing tomorrow, so we'll hopefully have more pictures for you then.
... Maccas again, and bought a cheese and ham toasted sandwich and coffee for breakfast. Finally it was time for my train to leave and after a bit a search I located the platform number and more importantly a cash exchange point. Still having 10,000Ft, I changed it over to Euro, receiving about €25 euro for it, (thieving *******s, should have been €30) and went an caught my train. Can I say internet trains for the win? They are a modern day marvel and ...
... lap top, when another British couple, Andy and Gwen who are members of the Cruising Association had seen our pennant and called in to say hello, as C.A. people are supposed to do They had a wealth of good advice and information and John walked round with them to their boat to pick up some more detailed information. Their boat was fantastic, very new in pristine condition (it’s only a lottery win away) ...
... with covered walkways leading into tourist facilities and escalators down to street level. Not wanting to be tempted by local traders before we have even exited the terminal, we don our blinkers and make a bee-line for the escalator sign pointing downwards.
Once on the street we turn toward the Erasmus Bridge (the one we saw from our stateroom) which will take us directly into the central business district. After crossing the bridge the first building ...
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