Bilderberg Residence Heideborgh
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
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Heeeeeey, Okeyy it is official, Pim is skiping me! But fxx da! With the training i was pakked with bandages to hold my ribbs together... But it still hurts when i'm training... Charlotte and i are *****es together I'm tired and in pain Later X ...
... day we had been looking forward to: crossing the border from Germany into The Netherlands. We were welcomed to the country with characteristically Dutch relentless head and side winds from dawn til dusk and having to take 2 ferries and a bridge to get across various bodies of water to reach our destination. We were excited for our bikes to be arriving in The Netherlands because Donna and Stu had told us that the Dutch have a joke that says that when ...
... at the train station and we went to meet a few other au pairs for the less family-friendly side of the day. Near the center of the city, the streets and canals become one big party. There is no open container law for the day so people sit in the streets, drink and dance. I will need to return for another Koningsdag someday I think.
The last fun experience before my month of travel in May (coming soon to this blog) was Adia's birthday. The week ...
... every museum in the country for a year. I did not have one yet, but figured if we were going to head to some museums that day, I should buy one. Of course, the Anne Frank House does not sell them, so Jean was amazing enough to stand in line for us while I went gallivanting around Amsterdam trying to find one. I literally got back as the people before us went inside. Talk about luck!
The Anne Frank House is incredible. Very difficult to experience ...
... the walls. A friendly waiter gave us English menus and I chose a traditional croquette with Dijon mustard while Nic had a very meaty Angus burger. After talking to the waiter about where we were going next and how we are finding the place, we continued on taking a few wrong turns, some scenic routes and taking some photos before getting to Muiderberg, where we finally saw some sail boats and the North Sea. Muiderberg had a lovely little township and a beautiful castle to ...