Bilderberg Hotel Klein Zwitserland
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... this fellow on the winterising for Atlantis and we've finally settled on an economic and effective system at his workshop at Kerkdriel. That enabled us to finalise plans for Judy and Peter's arrival at the end of July. We then went to the station to find out about trains to Schiphol for our departure-- seems funny doing that before ...
We arrived by train an hour early to be picked up by Antoinette, so had a stroll around the shops,(yes trying to find coffee...no we didn't find any) but stopped in at the butcher to take a couple of shots for Jon and a Kaas shop. We then ran into Antoinette and went to Trea's house to pick her up for the day. Alf of course was very loud when he heard Esmeralda was still asleep so she could come down and meet us too. Into Wyk we went to Tanti Annie's ...
... hilarious, probably extremely dangerous, but overall a truly authentic experience. I can barely ride a bike sober, let alone 8 beers in. Somehow, we made it to Chipitos in the city centre with just one minor fall (resulting in ripped leggings, cheers). I can't explain to you how funny it is watching people come out of clubs and drunkenly stumble to their bikes, fumble with the lock, jump on and just go. Cas tells me that the last thing a Dutch person will forget to do when ...
... We all bought mini clogs and different types of cheese to bring home. Next we were dropped off in downtown Amsterdam and walked around the Red Light District, visiting a very unique Condom Shop that had hand painted condoms. Then walked down to the flower market and enjoyed all of the sights, picking up some souvenirs for home. We then walked to Anne Frank's house but unfortunately there was an incredibly long line and we decided ...
... 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. ...