Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Duinoord
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... crowns on their heads, and signs and stalls are being readied for the great flea-market that Amsterdam will turn into tomorrow. The antique shop where we buy a tile from the Golden Age is empty, but the souvenir shops are packed. We have a hard time finding a T-shirt for Ollie, as the shopkeepers have emptied the shelves of the usual merchandise in order to stock the special King's Day paraphernalia. It is time for the gentle tourist to go home.
Fortunately, we don't have to ...
... Day. On this day, Santa leaves a little something for the "good" girls and boys. No surprise that Santa gave bad-boy-Rick a chocolate devil ... and the good girl Lu Ann?
For our last excursion, we took a beautiful drive to an operating farm in Beemster, Netherlands. The sprawling green landscape filled with farms, cows, sheep, ...
... prepared by Eva and then had a few hours to catch up on everyone's life over the past few years. Having met with American friends up to that point on my trip, it was my first and only big chance to take part in all-German conversation.
The next morning, Eva drove me to the train station in Düsseldorf to catch my train to Amsterdam. The ride was fairly short - about half way there we crossed the border, immediately evident by the change in the style of houses ...
... and elegant feel. Coffee and Cacao, a chocolate shop recommended on the brochure, was right off the town square. The inside looked perfect for a pleasant english tea time. We sampled some chocolate covered coffee beans that were delicious, so we purchased a small mixed bag. Ready to head back to bustling Amsterdam, we left the quiet town for the bus stop at it's entrance. Having visited most of the sites on our list, and walked the city ...
We said Au revoir to Paris this morning at 7am After a 3-4 hour bus ride we arrive in Brussels ( the capital city of the EU) Famous for waffles, chocolate & the peeing boy statue. it was freezing and pouring rain but it was a gorgeous little city center. I got a strawberry Brussels waffle for lunch and tasted some truffles at the chocolate shop We had to wait around forever for a few people in the group who were late and four girls who had already gone back ...