Express By Holiday Inn Moerdijk
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Need I say more...windmills, windmills, windmills. They are just so picturesque. We are winding down the trip on the boat so we have received our final bill, disembarkment instructions, etc. Last lunch on board. We had a nice lecture on the Netherlands, their art and history and the cheese - yum, they gave us samples of aged gouda and regular - of course, very yummy and ...
... old town of Dordrecht. More walking and window shopping and a cup of tea. By the time we got back to the boat the weather had set in so we were pleased to be under cover for the trip. In Rotterdam again we scurried back into the city centre to the supermarket, in the rain, for vital supplies. We cooked at home and put our damp clothes in the drying room. Rugby on TV and a big rest on the ...
... said goodbye then went with Pink to an ATM as Pit was insistent about giving us some money. She kindly dropped us at Voorschoten station where we took a train to Schiphol to meet Erin.
Was very cool to see her. We had an hour to catch up at Schiphol while waiting for cousin Margaret who was arriving from Gatwick. We haven't seen her for 10 years or so but it didn't feel like it. Together we traveled by train to Voorburg, giving us time to catch ...
... in this privately owned museum, amongst which you will find one of the earliest Toyotas in the world.
This amazing panoramic painting of a beach by 19th Century artist Hendrick Mesdag is the largest circular canvas in Europe. It is housed in ...
... across from the fireplace. This is the only room that is heated. On the table are, of course, vases of flowers and a lace tablecloth. The parent's bedroom is to the left, the doorway outside is to the right. It seems cozy and family-oriented. I envied them their togetherness, especially with the children growing up right there beside them, sharing their lives and being guided by them, but families ...