Fletcher Landhotel De Borken
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... animals on my bike or learning how to eat a meal with an Italian/French/English/Spanish business man, I have had time to really experience the Netherlands. The night life is great and I'm having a blast hanging out with some Canadians, Chicagoians, and a few locals that have become my squad.
As a mini summary, in our time so far here in Holland: I realized bikes are life, Lauren lost her bike key, we've all crashed ...
... the night watching Harry Potter on the wall from a projector which was really neat before going up to sleep. Well. Talk. And talk we did, about so so much. Just lying in the dark talking about the things you only talk about when you are lying on the floor in the dark. And travel. But there was one point there where he told me that his door would always be open and I was welcome any time. Tom didn't see me that night as a tear fell down my cheek ...
... on their annoying 2 stroke Gnat noise making mopeds - it wasn't just for an hour, it started at 20:30 on Sunday night and the last one finally shut up at 08:30 on Monday morning. To say it was annoying is a great understatement. How the locals put up with it we don't know. The parents must be so proud of them! Even the locals said it was the worst they have had....It makes it impossible to get a good night sleep on that night.
An early morning start for me to get to Roelof and Janny's place in Gorredijk. Then we were off to Urk, a fishing village which was once an island. The weather was great to sit outside and enjoy coffee and lunch and a stroll around the village.
We returned to Gorredijk and then rode bicycles through the woods and countryside to find a lovely quiet place to enjoy afternoon tea, in the sunshine.
An evening meal with Fabriek family and then back to ...
... but she hadn't quite worked out what to complain about. After all, it was clear the waitress really didn't dwell on nuance or tourist complaints or really much of anything, so why bother?
As it was only 5:30PM it seemed like it might very well be possible to do some kiteboarding. Neither Tom or Juno could meet me at the 'Boo Locker Wag' lake on this day and I had a feeling there might be some rules I would need to follow that only a local or at the very ...