Bilderberg Hotel De Keizerskroon
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... when entering the castle, you walk through all the different rooms, decorated in all different styles and all dressed accordingly.
I liked it. All the rooms had a story to tell, it was even decorated for Christmas time and there is plenty to see.
... Basilica. Unfortunately, the town businesses were mostly closed as it was- a Monday morning, so all we could do was wander and look in windows. We managed to get a wonderful cup of coffee...we are totally in love with European coffee! There are two beautiful town squares in the city, and I suppose if it weren't a Monday, they would have been teeming with people. Cycling seems to be the transport of choice for many people and ...
Yesterday 4/5/12 , we said goodbye to our dear friends Frank and Marion in Pinneberg. We had a lovely few days , thouroughly enjoyed ourselves every moment . Said our farewells just after 10am. We were on our way once again. Next stop Groningen, Holland. The weather was a bit drab so we decided to take the major highways this time , and just get there. It cleared up a bit during the morning , stopped for a cuppa half way through our journey and the compulsary toilet ...
... the tank to put in a decent last couple of kilometres, hoping that the mercy offered by the finish line and promise of warmth would spur me on. It was not to be. This was even despite the presence of a Dutch man who decided to ride along side me for the last 1,000 metres, screaming at me in Flemish every time I looked like I was slowing down. I still stopped a couple of times in that short stretch and from the exasperation in his voice can only speculae ...
... with a layer of gooey caramel stuck in between), yoghurt (more sour and thin than North American yogurt) and the flavourful breads and cheeses, engaging in a very widespread activity of Dutch people – cycling, and joining thousands of people adorned head to toe in orange to cheer on the national soccer team in the final soccer game against Spain. Although it’s been a very quick immersion into Dutch life, I feel fairly ...