Campanile Breda Hotel
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Today we started with Morning tea at Opa's sister Annie and her husband Wim's house. Both their daughters in law and their grandchildren were there to meet us as well. It was a lovely morning. We followed this up with lunch at Opa's youngest sister Bertha's house along with Kees, Astrid, Edwin and Ingrid and the 4 grandchildren. Mark and Tyman had lots of fun building a tower that touched the roof, which showed that even if you don't speak ...
... on my bike.” I don’t care she answered”.
I left the shop and though; just imagine I if I was a
foreign tourist and this would have been my first shop I visited in the town,
thus would have created a very negative impression. She had the full right to
stop me from taking pictures but, as I often say, it is not what you say it is
how you say it. The style of conversation shows the receiving person what level
of frustration or imbalance ...
... we could meet some of the fellow members of my MCR1 gene pool.
The next day we saw the city explode into a kaleidoscope of reds and purples. The streets were filled with curly headed little kids with fiery locks and their parents who proudly lathered them with sunscreen. We walked through the park and listened to performers. We tried to find the showing of a red hair documentary and got lost. We ended up back in ...
... reached as far as they did in the top sport of their land.Rien and I enjoyed the company of at least 26 people with plenty to nibble on and drinks all round Arie he neighbour and John had installed the tent in the back yard ,Arie had decorated the tent inside and set up music and a large film screen where the football match was projected from the TV to the screen ,he did a wonderful job setting ...
... thoroughly enjoyed them, though, so to each his own is what I always say.
Even though I was full, I saw a Belgian chocolate shop and couldn't pass by without getting some. Sooooo good and creamy. Yam.
The highlight of our day, though, was waiting to see the Kind of Holland come out of a museum that he was dedicating in Delft today. I say the highlight was "waiting" because we never actually got to see the king. He went ...