Fletcher Landgoedhotel Renesse
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... do the trick?
We navigated across the Haringvliet to the entrance for Middelharnis. We came along the very long canal branch thinking should we moor here or there, but found ourselves at the end and in the middle of the village itself with an ideal mooring right in front of us. It was a part quayside and box mooring which John squeezed us into, and ideal for the shops etc. being in the middle of what turned out to be ...
... and I have decided to open one in the UK/Oz.
We stayed in Hausach that night, still in the Black Forest, and the next day took a train up a valley about 40km to ride back down again on our bikes. The German trains are stereotypically good, arriving dead on time with plenty of space for bikes. That said, unfortunately, the train we were getting on only had two carriages and was already jammed with bikes, with a pack of elderly cyclists ...
... take your full order even if you know what you want because you need to place your drink order first. Then, there is a long wait for your first or only course to arrive. If you happen to have ordered a second course, there is a long wait before you get it. Finally, of course, even if you order your coffee at the same time as your dessert, the coffee will not be served until you are done with your dessert. More on that on a future blog....
... Australia. After lunch some people came to meet and welcome me & papa. Dorien who visited Australia in 2008, she create really nice photo books and told us about her time in Australia. Mr & Mrs DeHertogh who are really nice people, they took mum to church once or twice when Michelle was in Holland. Judith & Bert who are house keepers. Cile & Hans who are great friends of oma. Hans was papa's hockey coach when he was ...
... not have to wait which was great. Once we turned off the Dintel canal on to the Oudenbosch harbour canal, it became so pretty, we were so glad we came.
The harbour master (a woman) met us at their waiting pontoon and showed us where to moor. We then plugged in the electric and filled with water before having a quick lunch and going to explore the town just as it started to rain. It is called “little Rome” because of its replica of St ...