Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Heidehof
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... exhibition of Scottish Impressionism 1880-1900 was also beautiful. My favourite was the girl with the geese. Off to the local square where the weather has encouraged lots of people to enjoy their coffee outside and who do we find here too? Gerard who is headed to Vries to share the evening meal with us. The evening is spent talking about all kinds of ...
... us in Glen Waverley, which we all enjoyed. Jasper is in Zurich at the moment, so I will not see him, but I'm glad to here that he is doing well. Jan-Willem and his partner Chris will come tomorrow along with Jos' brother Gerard. Another reunion. A relaxing evening catching up with news of the last two and half years again. I am aware that I sitting with another Jos from the family, and back at home my own brother Jos is seriously ill in ...
... of herb garlic cheese. Yummy.
We capped our tour with a stop at a restaurant recommended by our very kind host, Anrik Englehard. Located in a tiny village of Holysloot just 5 miles North of our small apartment, the "Drink & Eetlokaal Het Schoolhuis" was a delight. We enjoyed an antipasti dish of select meats and vegetables to start. Followed with an entree of saffron risotto with shrimp for Kathy and lamb ...
... the day was to Giethoorn a small village in the Provence of Overijssel with a population of just over 2,000, it is only accessible by water and is a quaint little village to wander through. Last part to the road trip was driving past the seven hills that holland has, the rest of the land is ridiculously ...
... a bit evil. Yet consumerism doesn't need to be stupid (though it currently often is). We are so afraid of greed that we forget how honourable the love of material things can be. A good response to anxiety about consumerism isn't to live without lobster or lemons (the good things in life), but to appreciate what really need to go into providing these at a fair price. Our desire to have luxury cheaply is the real problem - to care only for low prices. If the route to your ...