Droste's Hotel Restaurant
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... ever tasted! Soon we had a group of people around us just wanted to share and help us with our travels, unexpected and very humbling! From Holten we went to Zwolle (pronounced Zswallow! We may have been corrected more than once) when we arrived at Zwolle, we realized that we didn't know why went here, except that Gordon had mentioned it in his memoir's! Also found out that the concentration camp was not ...
Had a great travel day. Started off leaving Blackpool at 8:40 and ended at 7-ish in Deventer, Netherlands! Holy ****, this place is beautiful. Lots of trees and lush green grass, the cows & sheep are hog fat! Little bit of learning curve and language barrier, had no idea what the train conductor was announcing, but we made it here anyways! I'm pleasantly surprised by how many people speak english here. Deventer is a really cool little place. I lucked out ...
... with bacon and wild mushrooms. The mushrooms are a local treat that I have been meaning to have on other trips. They are tiny golden ones but to my mind not a lot of flavour. The meal however was very good in the comfortable dining room with stained glass windows. The hotel was full and the restaurant busy, a local tourist trade in our age group. A very good sleep. Nice and quiet and a good ...
A quick stop in Zwolle for lunch at Bagels and Beans which I thought was a huge chain that was everywhere but Kat informs me there are only 3 and we just happened to go to the right places. parking was an ****, everywhere only takes Maestro cards and the only places that take coins are a 1hr max or too low for the van, that's why the stop was so ...
... She would put them against the tree and when they popped she would jump almost a foot in the air. It was the funniest thing!! This little Dutch lady, popping balloons and jumping. Rachel and I just laughed, and she joined us. We went to her house Thursday evening and enjoyed a lovely evening of citronella tea with her. She is very funny, and energetic, and calls herself a nomad. She lived in Scotland for eight years, and told us of some of the great places to go. She also brought ...