Bilderberg Hotel 't Speulderbos
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Sensational weather today predicted and delivered (I even needed sun cream) We bought I Amsterdam cards today and started our tour with a canal cruise, winding along the canals of Amsterdam the houses are picturesque. The house boats permanently moored by the sides of the canals are as at home here as the many many bikes tied up everywhere. Wether caught a tram down to a cheese shop and bought baguettes with ham and cheese for lunch. Those crazy Dutch we bought ...
My initial plan was to only visit Amsterdam in Netherlands however I also decided to visit another city called Almere. Leontine and I woke up as early at 6am. I still had to pack a bit more stuff and I was doing it in a hurry. When I still did not go into my shower at 6:15am, Leontine lost her cool and said.....if I delayed it any further, I may have to miss my train :-) That shook me up totally. I quickly had my shower ...
... I will always remember you Moirita, rest in peace in the company of your tia Maureen and your
tio Fred, who loved you too.
Krysia Dunin-Borkowski wrote:
Moira was such a wonderful, lively and caring friend. I knew Moira since we were 6 years old. We lived nearby and carpool to school, and many Friday afternoons played together. I remember going to her house and the playroom on the second floor, where there was a ...
We call it Holland but to be correct it is the Netherlands.
We left the New House in Demopolis in a rental car and drove to ft. Lauderdale in one shot. It took about 15 hours with a few stops along the way. We were staying in a really nice condo owned by Capt. Bill who I worked with for many years in the yachting business. He had dinner on the table when we arrived and a couple of beers ...
... power, etc. It was opened to the general public in the late 19th Century, and lucky us we got a guided tour. The council of Amsterdam has worked very hard to preserve this castle, as it is the largest and most famous in all of the Nederlands.
We have to be up very early to catch our trains to Brussels, Belgium. We are staying there one night and then going to Paris, France for 3 days. YAY!! I don't know what, if any, ...