Fletcher Landhotel De Borken
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Jos and Fenny take me to nearby Assen to see the Drents Museum (gallery). The building is old, not surprising, and has been lifted to allow windows to be placed at the bottom. Surprising and amazing. Inside we wander through several exhibits including one of sculpture by german artist Laura Eckert, I found her use of wood and marble fascinating. The Glasgow ...
... 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 ...
... the autobarns so do many other people. Krasky goes in.....Kransky comes out....70 euro cents or not!!! Well another euro city done, another small crowd. Played well known Copenhagen venue -Mayhem. About 30 punters, some of whom left during Kitchens Floor (yet Matt sold most records-go figure). Pretty messed up with tired before this gig. Mitch and I fully asleep in the car 5 ...
... 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 ...
... was a bit more rugged with bumps, roots and big puddles to navigate through with the buggies. Just part of the fun! We walked for about an hour. Tygo and Beau enjoyed themselves as much as we did. Across the road from the carpark was cafe so we had coffee in the sun before heading home.
Margreet and Arendt offered to take us out for dinner with the family. As Tygo was really ready for sleep he stayed behind with Vincent so 8 of us met up at ...