Golden Tulip Mastbosch Hotel Breda
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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... walked through a market day in the way back to the car, just as in NZ we had to pick out the good stuff from the rubbishy stuff. Mark was happy as he bought a set of Dutch soccer gear from one of the top players. To fill in the afternoon we went for. Drive over the border to hoogstraiten in Belgium where we had some lunch then went for a wander around. ...
... they stared at him blankly. I remembered that our host in Giethorn had given us the right pronunciation and as I repeated "how-da", they would light up and say "yes" or point us in the right direction.
Then of course, once we got to "How-da" the directions to the hotel were atrocious. We stopped at a gas station to ask for directions. The gas station attendant did not know, neither did the young man buying cigarettes. However, that same young man ...
Our last day in Europe. Can't believe we're going home tomorrow. It has been such a nice trip. We have enjoyed it so much. Jan has especially enjoyed Holland because he hasn't had to worry about directions, the language, the menus, the traffic (as much), and we're with family. He feels right at home here. We were waiting in line in the candy store, and I was telling Corrie what I wanted so that she could tell the clerk, and Corrie said that I could ...
... made plans for us to come back to Holland and for Corrie, Stanley and the girls to come to the US! I should go off more often!
We had the best dining experience tonight! We started out with shots of Ouzo, a traditional Greek licorice flavored liquor which I did drink, although I can't say it's something I will be drinking on a regular basis. Georgios brought out trays of appetizers with meatballs, the fried zucchini I've ever had in my life, a ...
One thing very noticeable in Gouda is the buildings can all be built with the front walls at slightly different angles, it looks quirky but great. Also saw a couple of houses where the doors and windows and the outside walls all were at an angle, and it was not an optical illusion. Loved the place.
Back to the barge, dinner and an early night for me having had about 30 hours of flying and then a full day after arriving in Holland at 5:25am.