Bilderberg Hotel De Buunderkamp
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... how every night he used to tell his eldest son a story about a white rabbit that lived in the garden of the holiday home they were staying in at the time. The Miffy character appears quite simplistic, but when you look closer the lines have a frayed appearance. Dick Bruna says "a good line has a good shiver. But that good shiver I find the most difficult thing of all." Another interesting fact is that he made Miffy a girl because he hated drawing trousers! I ...
... the back of her bike. She tried to get me to ride on the back of her bike like the Dutch do....not pretty. Amy, of course hopped right on. Our dinner was at Mahanakorn, a Thai restaurant. Sat right on the canal and it was wonderful. Back to the apartment early to start packing and getting ready for our travel tomorrow. We had a fantastic week in Amsterdam and Utrecht and Jeanne was a great tour guide. Quite a benefit having her know the area. Hope everyone enjoyed the ...
... br> I didn't really feel like staying at any grand, busy, full-of-kids resorts, so we ended up with something in between. I think I did a fairly good job :-)
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... barges. Safety in numbers and all that - we just steamed through the locks and under the bridges.
Passing through the centre of the old part of Utrecht itself was amazing. The canals are low set, with roads and pedestrians all at bridge level and the old buildings rising straight up from the edge of the water - well actually not quite true; there is a wide foot path on both sides in most places; originally this was the main thoroughfare for goods coming into the ...