Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant De Mallejan
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... look at me now! I'm 2 years ****** and i'm still here! Yesterday evening i had extra lessons... And he stayed verry long, but it was chill and he helped my dad with his pc and we talked a little and then in de conversation he said that being by a psychologist wasn't very funny, and my dad just looked at me like "yeah i know because my child was there too!" And it was so awkward.... But my teacher (Maarten) doesn't know it... Comming back on the psychologist ...
... the household, which usually takes me the majority of the day
2:00pm - Pick up Adia from school, arrange playdates, etc.
Depending on what Adia wants to do or has to do after school I either come home, take her to an activity or host her friends at our house
This time has been known to include:
-Cycle rides with a picnic
-Making a movie
... on how he used light In his paintings. The. In the town square to photograph the compass, a little hard as it is big and you can't get up high, unless you climb the church tower, my knees still haven't recovered from the plane so I passed on the 100 or so metre climb up stairs. We are getting very good at Training it and finding our way around and buses to and from Utrect Centraal. Steps today 14726 or 10.51km temp today 18 lovely and ...
... Amsterdam to go rock climbing with a meetup group that I started with last weekend. Nice group of people, and its awesome to always have someone to belay me. One woman in particular organizes the majority of the group, and I enjoy her a lot. When she found out I was American, she said, "Has anyone told you about Dutch people yet? We're so blunt!" thereby demonstrating her point quite well. She then went on to tell another climber who asked if ...
... after collecting all their stamps they were 'knighted' by the lady in the shop and received a medallion! The display was very interactive. The kids could try on the costumes of old (maidens and knights in shining armour). Really excellent being able to walk through the old castle. There was a very informative water display/feature behind the castle that told how the Dutch used water as a defense - they could flood areas to stop invading ...