Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant De Zalm
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... stopped at a tiny busy cafe and had an Apple pancake then we went and sat down and had Ice cream yum yum, The countryside was beautiful,driving over the dykes, and thru the polders with the potato fields as far as the eye could see with masses of different colours yellow ,pink, and purple blossoms of the potato's and then fields of onions,It was interesting how all the farmers cultivate their farms as the farms have water channels that run from one end of the ...
... into the old town. We cycled to the train station and locked our bikes in the underground bike station!!! then walked towards the old town. We passed the DeValk Moulen the flacon mill - an old grain mill... Toured and climbed the mill and discovered all the uses the Dutch had for these mills. Then off to town... Very pretty cobble stoned streets with canals . We stopped for Potat met ( hot ...
... size of my home in Canada. I have no idea what the future holds for me anymore... it enthralls and frightens me at the same time.
Visiting as a tourist to the Netherlands is one thing - staying here as a resident is another. I wish I were on vacation but the daily grind ensues, and from Mon - Fri, I am just working class... Come the weekend, however, I become an explorer. ...
... had an electronic reception which refused payment so we were unable to enter. Later someone told us that the park was full hence the problem. Again, at the back of the park there was a camper area designated for campers where we found a spot between (all the other) grey nomads.
In the morning we decided to have a look at a different side of Ypres and did a walking tour of the town with the help of a written ...
... to take many detours just to get us back to our hotel. She did a masterful job of navigating the night traffic of Amsterdam and we felt honored to be in her very capable hands, although I am sure the floor panels under the front seat are a little weaker today.
Having lived in the Netherlands all her life she made our tour come alive with her political and historic knowledge of many places we visited. THANK YOU ...