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... on a push scooter that he had built himself. Yes he actually went all that way on a scooter like the kids ride pushing along with his foot. We decided that princes and princesses should be treated as such and spoiled ourselves with a beautiful meal in the dining room of the palace/hotel. We both had goats cheese salad with honey tomatoes followed by crispy fried spinach and ricotta ravioli and seasonable vegetables accompanied by local wine. What a perfect ...
... we spent the rest of the day in bed.
Guess what we actually met Judy and got a photo of her she said she does not have her photo taken but would make an exception for us so here we are the Two of us and we reckon she is a Spunk Bubble (ozzie for a real top lady).
Ok we are being packed away fro the trip to Edinburgh tomorrow so speak to you all soon
Cheers Baz and Taz
... time to give a constructive opinion.
Having said that both our feet were aching and the centre parking was a bit pricy, €4.50 for 2 hours, great parking tho, one of those under ground parking right in the very centre.
Hello again.We went int Maastricht yesterday, Hammy the hamster enjoyed it, but he did sulk a bit when his bike got damaged. We had to promise to buy him a new one for Christmas.
Today we were travelling in the car for 4 hours to Wurtzburg and it was very hot. Grandad let Hammy have a little drive when he ...
... in the ruins of the Valkenberg castle. We explored the ruins before heading for the car. On the way, a stop at a wine tasting spot. Marielle, Nat and I tasting a few wines.Next, the Three Country point, the highest spot in Holland, towering over the countryside an amazing 300 metres above sea level!.. At this spot, the borders of Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands merge, so Nat took her first step in Belgium.Last but not least, to Maastrict, one of the oldest cities in ...