Bilderberg Europa Hotel
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Today I am hanging out with my Oma and Uncle Frank's mum. Today we went to meet my Oma's uncle, then went to my uncle's mum's sister's place to meet her. After lunch we went to Madurodam which is a small version of Holland and the part that interested me were the boats and the amazing buildings. Then went to my great aunty's house for dinner, it was ...
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... would take us a solid two hours to find this market! Once we got there, we wandered around and looked at all the different things that the locals were selling. We had a cup of hot chocolate, and then decided to head back to the hostel. It took us quite a long time to finally find our way back, but low and behold we made it! The rest of that day consisted of relaxing and catching up with our families!
After a very good sleep, we made plans for ...
Once sorted, we went to our cabin which Liz (and I) expected to be two singles side by side but it turned out to be comfortable bunks with a ladder. At least the bathroom wasn't smelly this time as it was on our last ferry crossing to Amsterdam.
All in all, it was a really good experience with a good meal and watching the sunset at the stern bar on deck 12 with the bikers.
We listened to ...
... wet hair wet.
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