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... s place of whom we were invited to spend a few days with them.Ewoud spent some time with us in 2000 and 2003 and since then he met lovely Hanneke and now have 2 beautiful children and Nienke and Floortje, who are the Apples of their parents eye.They are just beautiful , Yesterday we spent the day in Maastricht we visited the Vrijthof Plain where Sonja ,Gerry, Rien ,and I sat in the pouring rain to watch Andre Riue 3 yrs ago it looked so different without the settings ...
... traffic lanes. You have to do that because after that you get to speak to a human who will realise that you don't have a Flexiplus ticket.....
Today I leant that they have changed the machines so that they reject you if you don't have the right ticket...queue mild bollocking from a otherwise very pleasant lady...she still let me through though!
Stayed on the A roads to a town/village called Monschau, the weather ...
... steps and we were there. The owner vey obliging and allowed us to park in his garage .
This hotel I chose on price and the fact it is 400 yrs old , dark and gruesome looking inside . Perfect for Friday the 13th .David thought the stairs moved like out of Harry potter .
The village is a tourist town ,cobbled roads and a one way system .hard to get around but ...
... the centre of Darmstadt. The artists designed their own houses and some peculiarly impractical yet fascinating public buildings. Much to the chagrin of Herr und Frau, I think I managed to have a pee against most of them.
Erroneous Bosch? not this time.
Next stop Den Bosch, Frau's final quest, after last year's cock up, to find the art of Hieronymus Bosch.
Tot de volgende keer,
I guess the theme to all these posts is beer, but come on. We are in the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium after all. As you can tell we drank some great Belgian beer and had some great chocolate. Tongeren was also interesting because it is one of the oldest towns in Belgium, so it had a lot of cool old buildings and crumbling cobblestone ...
Other places to stay in Epen
Julianastraat 22, Epen | Hotelfrom $135
Wilhelminastraat 50, Epen | 4 star hotelfrom $132
Landsraderweg 12-14, Epen | 3 star hotelfrom $128
Wilhelminastraat 8, Epen | Hotelfrom $111
Kapelaan Houbenstraat 4, Epen | Hotelfrom $72
Wilhelminastraat 21, Epen | Hotelfrom $109
Wilhelminastraat 1, Epen | 3 star hotelfrom $146
Kapelaan Houbenstraat 12, Epen | Hotelfrom $109
Wilhelminastraat 43, Epen | Hotelfrom $114
Molenweg 1, Epen | Hotelfrom $142