Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant La Ville Blanche
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Here I am. My new blog but now about my life as an Au Pair in America.
In about 9 days I leave this beautiful country named the Netherlands. The countdown is started yiehaaa.
I was always convinced that I knew where I would be the next few years. But taking this amazing year abroad I really don't know it yet. But hey let's say: sometimes it's better to leave ...
... for the wash to finish.. We plan to go for a drive. Perhaps to Maastricht again to pick up some Nespresso for Inez. We did drive to Maastricht to pick up Nespresso and met Claire for a coffee and Vlai at the La Bonne Femme on the Maas. It is final sunny but still windy and cold. Then back to Balen for a cozy dinner and evening around the ...
Joining the weekend commuters, I climb onto a train Friday after work. Bags in hand, I can barely contain my excitement; I am bound for Maastricht in the Netherlands.
An hour later I am in a completely different place. If possible there are more bikes than in Flanders and I'm constantly leaping out of cyclists way.
The city is beautiful and has a ridiculously long history. I had no ...
... up behind us in the lock - a huge barge called Fighter. After two locks and some really stormy weather it's dark by the time we arrive in Maastricht and we miss the public moorings. After a couple of u-turns (in a really wide river) Martin decides to moor up on an empty and locked landing stage, not great for the dogs but too late to ...
... lawns. Apparentally the Dutch stay home on weekends and tend to their lawns. After dinner we took short bike ride to a 'white city' where rich people lived until Napoleon. Once Napoleon was in power the taxes were so high they residents could not pay the taxes. They boarded up the windows and painted the town white for shame of ...