Fletcher Badhotel Callantsoog
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... us there are roadwork's ahead and the speed is 60 and all 3 lanes will be narrow and move over to the left.
Sure enough all three lanes moved over and traffic gets slower and slower until finally its at a total stand. As the lanes are narrow even I cannot get thru on the bike and so I have to sit.
Traffic is moving about two or so cars every minute and just going nowhere.
There ahead of me was a rail bridge and as i sat there with ...
... is normal; plug occasionally for simple tract; LIFT procedure
- 2 x dilatations with Jaques Bergman - post surgical, needle-knife incisions, then 18mm CRE balloon, then triamcinolone; I noticed they have SG dilators up to 20mm, but apparently rarely use the largest; JB and PF both generally prefer bougies to balloons in the oesophagus
- Mexican for dinner
... Art galleries and museums also are in abundance. The must see for every visitor is the Van Gogh museum. As with the Anne Frank House, it pays to turn up early and book your tickets in advance. Queues for the museum can take a while to get through. On display is the largest collection of works by the artist anywhere in the world. Also on display are works by some of his contemporaries to give you a really god idea of where he fits in. Its crowded, but well worth a ...
First day in the Netherlands - up late without Leanne to drag us out of bed. We decided to take a trip to the Heineken museum to learn about the history of the business and the brewing industry (and of course to try out a couple of complementary tasters). The trip didn't fail to entertain us - we even got to star in our own music video! ...
... greenhouse roses. They are the wonderful fragrant ones like they came from your backyard. The flowers last for a long time too. Apparently, something like 80% of the world's flowers come through Amsterdam. We see pallets arriving at the airport everyday from Asia, Africa, South America, etc. The flowers are taken to flower auctions like the Aalsmeer flower auction (where 19 million flowers are sold every day). After auction, the flowers are shipped all over the ...