Bilderberg Residence Heideborgh
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Hello and welcome to this, my travel blog.
Today I start. This is it. The start of my journey to Japan.
Do I have any idea what on Earth my plans are once I'm there? Not really. Of course I've browsed the websites and seen a ton of things I want to see but you simply can't see them all, right?
Regardless of that, the lack of my planning could be due to one, or both, of the following reasons:
1) I am trying out an ...
... go inside. Instead we headed to a famous Pancake House where we had a pancake (thin like a crepe) with strawberries, whip cream, ice cream and chocolate and one with cheese, chicken and mushrooms. Although they were similar to a crepe they were cooked more like an omelette, with the chefs flipping them up in the air and were all served flat not rolled up. We then met back up with the main group to partake in a canal cruise around ...
... per sq km they can't afford to have urban sprawl. Our first stop was Zaanse Schans (a windmill village) with its typical green-timbered houses and warehouses. We were told every windmill is different according to its purpose. We got to see the working parts of a windmill that operates as a sawmill. The spice grinding windmill wasn't actually operating when we were there but oh the fragrance when we walked in the door - glorious! It was at this stop that ...
... minute train ride to Utrecht. Fun college city. Walked around a little, got to the apartment, cleaned up and went to Cafe Madrid for a Heinekein and tapas platter. Ice cream after! Takes a little to remember how fast the bikers are and you need to be watching at all times ...
... paintings, and authentic decor that we are not allowed to touch. The tour is in Dutch with occasional translations in English, but the surroundings speak for themselves. You can almost taste the oily, fatty, juicy meats the guide talks about cooking over the large cast-iron spit near the fireplace. Living in this time would be very tough, but it is fascinating and keeps you imagining what life was really like, in each room.