Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant De Zalm
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... Here we tasted Bittebollen, "meatball" served with mustard - good beir snack food... We when into the local brewery Jopen, which operates from an old church.. From here we caught a train back to Leiden to have dinner at a local resturant on the canal to savour Sate. and Sangiovese wine ( from Chianti) After dinner around 10pm we headed back to the station to catch a bus back home. The driver didn't like Steve's request to take him to "the end of the ...
... to sail to the New World. There was a major argument between those who believed in predestination and those who reasoned that free will was involved. Eight American presidents are direct descendants of this flock - including the two Bushes - who knew? A few years ago I read a rich novel titled "The Thirteen Autumns of Jacob De Zoet." It was set in the 19th century and involved the Dutch East India Company trying to open up ...
... 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 ...
... After getting home Tim and I decided to get the tram to Delft - blue and white China country.....but way more than that. We arrived late but still had time to wander around. Such a charming place. We realise now that we should have allowed more time to stay in Holland. If I come back to Holland I would definitely stay in Delft.
Learnt from a lovely woman in a Delft pottery shop the differences between ...
... to visit the warriors at the same time as us! The crowds had to be seen to be believed, and this was also our first introduction to the Chinese art of queuing. After getting into the main warrior “pit” and eventually getting close enough to actually see the warriors, we reached the conclusion that the Chinese must be a secret nation of rugby forwards. And they play dirty! A small child was literally pushed between my legs by its parents, and ...