Fletcher Badhotel Callantsoog
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... emmalees 'hens' party • back to hotel to get ready • volundam dinner on the ocean side • coach to our canal ride on the river - free wine etc • got a selfie with everyone on our contiki • went to leiderstracht shots bar then about 3 other bars • had shots the whole night but not too drunk • went to maccas with kate ...
... Americain With fried oyster, polenta and vadouvan Soup of fresh peas with black pudding, creme fraiche and lovage Seared turbot With Dutch asparagus, sea lavender and jus de veau Terrine of sweetbread and quail with Beluga lentels, fermented garlic and sauce poivre vert USA beef With sweetbread, pommes Anna, carrot and sauce Epoisses Nu in brioche With quince, foie gras and unrefined cane sugar Hazelnut parfait With rhubarbe, strawberry and mousse of tonka ...
... husband works here now. She said she knew another American au pair and in the smallest of worlds, it is one of the girls I went out with last weekend. So of the three American au pairs I know in Holland, she knew one of them!
We stayed out far too late again, spent far too much money, but what a great weekend! I felt like I really got the feel of Amsterdam, and am so excited to explore it for the next two weekends as well!
Lots of photos with this post. Enjoy!
... and for a mere 10 euro the taxi deposited us outside our seven week abode (turns out 3 euro on bus or tram would have done the same). Jens' boyfriend Leighton was to meet us with key, only problem was that we had no phone coverage, still a local shopkeeper was more than happy to help. Leighton came down with a big smile and a warm welcome, grabbing Angela’s' suitcase he proceeded to bound up the stairs, three flights of them!
The task ahead looked daunting, but ...
... feel part of this beautiful Dutch suburbia. Eventually, we went in to a cafe we had looked up earlier and enjoyed some Dutch beer. We know that coffee shops sell weed and cafés sell coffee, so we avoided the smoky coffee shops down the path, and their cheap laced food. I got dark beer, while Nic chose light. We shared a goats cheese salad (not Gouda, but our favourite European meal) and then both got burgers- mine salad, Nics beef. ...