Bilderberg Hotel Klein Zwitserland
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... train station). At a pedestrian/bike crossing we waited at we counted 5 people walking and 79 on bikes! That kind of sums up how people get around here.
It's been 18 degrees today and even at 8pm it was still 16 degrees.
Tomorrow we head south to Brugge. Things we will miss about Utrecht: the cobblestoned streets, The Dom, the tolerance of the Dutch to quickly switch to English, the spicy biscuits with coffee, the atmosphere of Oliviers cafe and the bikes ...
... driveway of the camper company for 2 nights to get organized, sleep off the jet lag, and get settled in the camper. (Dishes, sheets, unpack, groceries, etc.)
we will take our first baby steps out into the world by finding a place near Amsterdam to see the sights.
stand by for the European chapter of the adventures of Barbara and Harry.
The adventure continues.
A relatively low key day today. We were up until 1am last night, unsuccessfully searching for accommodation in sticky unpleasant heat. It was tough work finding suitable accommodation in Berlin, for less than 48 hours time. It had to be affordable, have good reviews, in a good location, and fit three people in one room. Yes, three. Chatting to Marielle yesterday at the horses market, we have arranged to have ...
Are we in Holland still? Its been warm since our arrival last week. Not a drop of rain, and seldom a breath of wind. Another scorcher today for our trip to the Openluchtmuseum (Open Air Museum) with blue skies and 35C. Its an official heat wave in the Dutch newspapers. Todays morning routine was similar to yesterday. Up around 9.30, breakfast, and on the road around 11. It had been 7 years since my last visit to the openluchtmuseum. Much was the same style and ...
... on the canal, and what great service we got. They tried very hard to accommodate us in English, kept our table clean while we ate, answered questions, brought us more food, kept our glasses full, tolerated our laughter when sharing stories, and never once rushed us or made us feel hurried as it approached their closing time. Oh, don't let me forget to tell you tht Kit poisoned me AGAIN. At dinner he ordered what he claimed to be vegetarian empenadas, but ...