Bilderberg Hotel Klein Zwitserland
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- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Heelsum
... and coffe with Wim, Gerry and Dora. Alf jokingly passed on a smack with the matterclopper (rug hitter) to Gerry from Mum as he is a naughty boy. We then took a walk around town seeing where they all lived a stop at Gerry's saw us tasting his home brew whiskey, yum and a sip of his top shelf whiskey, I liked the home brew better. Then to the church where they were all married and the house they grew up in. The windmill where the cars can drive ...
... food in the form of "oliebollen" (aka cardiac arrest in all its deep fried glory), we drank Dutch beer only and we made Dutch pancakes at Cas' student digs. 24 beers down, we decided to go out on the town. What the boys didn't tell me is that they had seriously meant it when they said it was a true Dutch night out. Do you know what this means? It means that I had to ride a bike. TO the club. More importantly, how the **** was I going to get it back? In all honesty, it was ...
I've always liked this house so when the opportunity arose to come to Europe, Utrecht was on the list. Not bad for something designed in 1924 and built the following year. I call it the Mondrian House because of the black vertical and horizontal lines and the use of primary colours. It's really called the Rietveld Schroder house after architect Gerrit Rietveld designed it for a widow Truus Schroder and her three children. ...
We are allmost ready to to go. The bags are packed and stuffed into the car.
After going through The Netherlands, we are going to drive through Germany, Austria and Slovenia before we reach Croatia.
We hope to reach Nurnberg when we stop for the night. Please let the traffic be light :-) No traffic jams...
Well... better get ready!
... that Rianne had mentioned to us. Zwarte Piet (‘Black Pete’) is the companion of Saint Nicholas in the folklore of the Low Countries. Zwarte Piet would climb down chimney’s to deliver treats into children’s shoes, so he is commonly depicted with black make-up, and dressed in colourful Renaissance attire. There are heated debates in Holland at the moment about whether it is racist to show Pete as a black man, and that perhaps he should be blue! I think this ...