Bilderberg Residence Heideborgh
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... absolutely insane. Andre's parents were in town for three weeks to visit, so the addition of two extra people in the house was already a little chaotic. Then we made treats for Adia to take to school. I'm not sure I've put that much effort into something since my honors thesis for graduation. They were ice cream cones, filled with candy, topped with cake pops and decorated to look like a chocolate ice cream. Oh, and wrapped in cellophane. Henriette and ...
... the only non-couple there though, and we took advantage of the complementary wine and cheese for sure. We headed back to our hostel, quite enjoying ourselves at this point and had a few more drinks at the hostel bar with some of the guys who worked there. Jean was pretty tired so she told me she was going to go nap for 15 minutes before we went out. A mere two hours later, one of the employees and I combined were able to rouse her by shaking her and yelling ...
... of this country. We enjoyed ourselves and our biking so much we forgot a right turn and ended up in a little city surrounded by water called Naarden for lunch. To show you the beautiful shape f this little city I have taken a screen shot of it. The little town was a treasure find, so beautiful and small and perfect. We stopped for lunch at a restaurant decorated in stags and deer. Cow bells hung from the bar and the bronze decorated plates (like we have at home) ...
... into the Netherlands. Netherlands (handy information that Robyn wrote down!): Very flat lands same as Belgium 24% of the Netherlands lie below sea level. Amsterdam is an artificial city that is man made built on water. The Netherlands used to be known for its wind mills. They used to be used to generate energy to pump water off of the land to reclaim it from the water. There are more bikes in the Netherlands than there are people. It is so flat so it is awesome to bike ...
... and worth a look when you are in the city. We made it out of there at some ungodly hour and had a very quiet trip home. Then once home, we had kick ons. Essentially more beer. By the end of kick ons the sun was well and truly up. The next day was very slow and consisted of food and chocomel. Chocomel is probably the best chocolate milk on earth and everyone should get around it when in holland. The day after we headed back into Amsterdam and finally saw ...