Bilderberg Hotel Wolfheze
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... line. Others were either inside or under the rain cover at the back! We then we turned on to the Lek Kanaal leading to the Lek river. We were cruising with the flow with the engine barely over tick over and we were doing an average of 6 knots. This was caravan and static home countryside with loads of river beaches and water sports but not so many buckets and spades today as it was a little chilly in the wind and the ...
... photo published in earlier blog entry). I couldn't decipher the descriptions so I chose the first one in the row, hoping it was a popular one! I put the money in (€1.60), pushed the button but nothing happened. Unfortunately the shop owners didn't have great English but soon realised I was just a naive tourist and opened the slot for me. I have no idea what was in the croquette, but it was yummy. The crunchy breadcrumbs on the outside and the soft ...
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 ...
... lots of flowers, some avant garde art work, and lots of trendy Euro-clothes.
From here we saw the central train station of Utrecht and Mom showed us her route to work and the building she works in. HUGE! It employs about 12,000 people and is a sight to see. Nice to know where the funding for my trip comes from :) We stopped in a bathroom in the train station that you have to pay to use, because it is new and they want to keep it clean. This ...
... never dries up, even though it gets only 15 inches of rain a year and sits in porous lava where there are no springs. Nobody quite knows what to make of this, but scientists suspect the lake is replenished by snowmelt and permafrost from submerged lava tubes. You can't see the lake from Summit Road; you must take a brief high-altitude hike. But it's easy: On the final approach to the summit area, upon regaining the blacktop ...