Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Erica
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
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... to use an old Nokia instead of my new iPhone, to not show any sign of money when in the bigger cities and to never take a boda boda (taxi by motorbike).
I have less then two weeks left before I leave and I can't wait to get there. Almost all of the preparations have been made and I'm making all sort of plans for my two weeks of vacation.
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... de Fiets. For 20 Euros per person, residents open cyclists or walkers to a nights bed and breakfast. Our host made her studio available to us, with a real Dutch door! We had strict orders "Don't let the cat in and don't step on the Guinea Pigs that are running free in the yard. ". The studio was two levels, a great place to stay, as we were again treated to several hours of thunder and lightning storm. Brian and Suzanne ...
... meeting and that happened today. Real conversation ensued and the four hours went too quickly. Most of that time was over a two course lunch in a very suitable restaurant and we touched on a lot of topics. We have a lot in common now and we will be seeing them again each year from now on. We went for a walk through some of the beautiful riverside parks ...
... come running back to the van screaming that they had seen a snake. At least Lily came running back to the van, she had left the twins standing in the woods asking where the snake was. Not sure if there was a snake or not but we were all very careful the rest of the time we were there. Now I don't know a great deal about the Netherlands so we stopped off at a supermarket on the way to the campsite and picked up some porn and dope and clogs ...
... this swamp land, by sending down foundations made of oak tree trunks. Now they use concrete because after a time the oak trees degrade and the buildings become unstable. Many of the homes look a little drunk. They are leaning oddly to one side or forward over the footpath. This has now become an attractive feature. They repair the foundations then sell the house to tourist operators as quirky hotel sites for Americans. Another, this time deliberate, feature is to build the ...