Bilderberg Hotel 't Speulderbos
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... and the gps on our phone. Pete managed to navigate us through so that we never had to back-track, but we did have to go on some pretty annoying roads and we wasted a lot of time trying to find our way.
The scenery was pretty ugly along this stretch of the river, with a lot of industrial works, smoke stacks and cement. Not the best environment to get lost in unfortunately.
It was also a very hot and sunny day and because we ...
... nights of the 5th and 6th in a hostel in Paris. I made sure that this time, I booked my hostel south of the Seine, so that I could spend this my stint in a different part of the city.
When my host awoke, she asked if I would like to go on a walking tour of Maarssen and the neighboring city with her. I was delighted by the proposal and gladly accepted. We walked for three hours along canals while she pointed ...
... about Europe.
As I was writing this, the owner came over with a tray of breakfast foods. Meats, 4 kinds of cheese, fresh bread and croissants, pate, salads, jams and orange juice. We sat and ate while he told us all about his opinions on politics, travel, his life, and many other things. Two hours later, we were finished and he left.
The owner gave us free passes to the railroad ...
Via a friend on Facebook, I came across the following article today. I think it has a lot of implications for anyone in the childcare world, whether they be parents, teachers, nannies, or camp counselors. While this does not particularly pertain to my life in the Netherlands, I think the ideals really translate when considering how you approach challenging situations with children. This follows many of the same ideals of Therapeutic Crisis Intervention, ...
... after collecting all their stamps they were 'knighted' by the lady in the shop and received a medallion! The display was very interactive. The kids could try on the costumes of old (maidens and knights in shining armour). Really excellent being able to walk through the old castle. There was a very informative water display/feature behind the castle that told how the Dutch used water as a defense - they could flood areas to stop invading ...