Bilderberg Hotel 't Speulderbos
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... indeed very good to be with them again, as a special bond has been formed over the years, and Tante Gre's health is deteriorating. Even so, it was great to see them still doing relatively well in their own home.
In the afternoon we drove further north to visit some friends, and went on a search for John's old family home, as we knew it wasn't ...
... the area until early evening.
Today has definitely been warmer (14 degrees) as I didn't wear my puffer jacket (but I did have 3 layers on). I'm told that it's meant to be 20 degrees on Saturday and to expect the locals to be in bikinis in excitement!
We are just home (midnight) from a very enjoyable evening with Jan, Bea, Tony (20) and Nina (12). They live at Heemskerk, a seaside town of 45000 people, about 20mins out of Amsterdam. ...
... here (coming from the US) is that their iced tea is served "sparkling," so it is carbonated and has a bit of a bite to it. Also, their fries are called "frites" and "chips" which are only served with mayonnaise. If you want ketchup, you have to ask and will likely be charged more - same as you would with water.
Next stop was downtown Bussum, where we wandered and window-shopped. Lance and I thought it was a bit chilly, ...
... us of the open air museum we’d visited the day before. The waterfront was lined with restaurants and tourist shops but was still fun to walk along. As we left Maarken, we stopped at shop that made and sold its own clogs. They had hundreds of clogs in all shapes, sizes and colours but we didn’t purchase any because we couldn’t see a practical use for them. We were instead spending our souvenir money on Dutch edibles such as gouda, speculoos, ...
3/21 ✈Cairo to Amsterdam to Garderen
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The Donau Radweg (Danube Cycle Way) begins in Germany, but first, we go to Holland, where we have friends and family.
Our hotel had reserved a prepaid taxi for us and traffic was light as we drove to the airport in Cairo. The Cairo airport is modern but they still have helpers to assist you with your luggage for ...