Bilderberg Hotel Klein Zwitserland
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... all were closed on Sunday, so we might look in them tomorrow before leaving. It had a magnificent water tower, one original city gate remaining and it had interesting art work floating in the canal in the town centre. It was lovely to be able to sit outside in the sunshine for a change and have a drink.
Simon although still in pain, has been a lot better today, the drugs are kicking in. John had a long ...
... 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 ...
... were ready to pass out.
The next day we got money exchanged and a couple of business errands out of the way and ended the day at chucks steak house with Jeff and Kandi (spelling). A couple with another sailboat back at Joe Wheeler St. Park. They have a time share in the area and we met up for some fun.
The next day we played tourist on the Ft. Lauderdale water taxi seeing ...
... more rain - and chilly out! I need to dress better!) While Mom went to turn in her badge for this trip, I looked at their art display. Rabobank is a huge art supporter, and they always have an art exhibit open to the public for free. We saw Fernando Sanchez Castillo's exhibit called, "El sueno de la razon," or in English, "The sleep of reason." This picture is of "Tank Man," a commentary and representation of the man killed ...
... housemate in theatre sports getting our fix of comedy for the year.
We also went to the Rijks Museum in Amsterdam which had been closed for a decade. It houses over 80 000 pieces including some famous works from dutch masters (Rembrandt, Van Gogh etc) It was here that Pete discovered that he was DUTCH. Pete's dad has traced back the Mossemenear name several generations ago to Flanders an area in ...