Campanile Breda Hotel
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... steep stairs and walked on top of the windmill. I couldn't believe Jan actually went up there as you know he has this problem with heights. On the way down, we had to walk backwards. That was even a little scarier than going up, but we did it.
In the other little town, Hooge Zwaluwe, we wandered around back yards to get a better view of the windmill, and we saw sheep, goats, and chickens in the fields and yards. It was so special to get this ...
Up at 5.45. Beautiful breakfast at the Ibis Amsterdam. On our way at 7.15am. Spectacular sunrise. I was also trying to capture on film the wonderful white streaks across the sky left by the aeroplanes as they criss cross the sky. These have been absolutely everywhere. I watched them.... While laying on the pebbles on the beach in Nice.... Over the ruins of Pompeii... On top of the mountain over ...
... a bored man sane.
A six hour train ride ensued where a cute little girl who kept smiling at me turned sour when another girl wouldn't share her headband. Next time I sit near a screaming child like that and the parents don't do anything about it, I will fling the parents out the nearest door while going at high speed, then duct tape the child's mouth shut, after all, when she was quiet she was cute. The next hour of my journey to Rotterdam, saw me get ...
... to just happens to have a shop with a 50% sale sign in the window. Needless to say, our walking tour is put on hold for 20 minutes whilst the wares are inspected. A ski jacket is put away for further consideration on our return journey.
We track along the river front trying hard to remember that what appears to be walking paths are actually bike paths and that we should keep to the raised areas of footpath.
In less than 2 hours we appear to have ...
... The plane had crashed in 1943, and five of the seven crew had died – their bodies not recovered. With May 4 being the Dutch Remembrance Day, there was a fresh wreath at the memorial laid by the surviving gunner.
Our lunch stop was in Schoonhoven, a silver-working centre, where we were able to visit a museum featuring silver and clocks and their history.
The Tour de France met a witch in ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking