Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant De Zalm
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... to get their flight or ferry back home. To quote the son of my landlady in the UK: every whole is a goal....! Treffer versenkt.
After enjoying the sunrays in the morning on my face I walk slowly to the tour agency with whom I had booked a tour the day before to....... (Trommelwirbel) the KEUKENHOF:
What a great coincidence. For years I wanted to visit the famous Keukenhof and to see the tulips and finally the opportunity ...
... After this ride, my muscles were done; many of us rode the van back to The Hague to explore prior to dinner. I enjoyed a drink with some lovely friends (I think Chris, Jonathan and Betty if memory serves) then we went to an Argentina restaurant for some Tapas. I had not had Tapas before so I was really excited. The different foods in the Tapas was great and the company was even better. I love hearing all about different men and women's life ...
... mayonnaise. We bought some strawberries and cherries and ate them as well. The other side of the markets had all bric a brac where Michael saw a bike that was in quite good nick. But they were asking too much, so we left it. Walking away from the markets, I spotted a shop that sold waffles and little pancakes, so we stopped for some. It was delicious! Then Michael told us we were meeting Melinda in the city. She stayed with us overnight last year ...
In Zoeterwoude, we went to a cheese farm. The farm tour started with a history of the canals, and why they use them like they do in Holland, and a lot about the dairy history. The queen had visited this farm, and they had police boats in the canal on either side of the farm.
We went to the maternity and calf barn first. It was a lot like other barns I have seen, except the younger calves were lowered. ...
... Japan, which at that time was a closed society. The ship had entered Nagasaki Harbor, but those on board could only disembark on to Deshima Island. Even the ship captain never managed an audience with the shogun. So yesterday, here in Leiden, in a bit of serendipity, we visited the home of a German physician who was in service to the Dutch East India Company, and had an experience very similar to the fictional chapters of the ...